Peruvian travelers Maud Gurunlian and Jesús Alzamora explored their homeland and share their travel experiences. They are #freetofly. How about you?
Gurunlian is a blogger and has the website Buen Viaje. Alzamora is an actor, writer and TV host. They live in Lima and both have a passion for travel. Here they share unforgettable moments of their latest adventures in Peru – one country, different ways to travel. Follow the hashtag #freetofly and embark on this adventure with them and other Latin American travelers.
To fill your eyes (and stomach!)
“Arequipa cuisine is unique. I had never visited Mercado San Camilo before, where the food is plentiful and cheap. The ashlar architecture invites visitors to explore the city on foot.”
Smiles and meringues
“The people who work on this route are so friendly, kind and smiley – it was a surprise. The Mercado LATAM trolley came quickly and with plenty of options – the Lima meringue was delicious!”
“My most liked photo was of a baby alpaca at the Santa Catalina Monastery (little alpacas are always a hit on Instagram). The Monastery is incredible, with orange walls that contrast with the intense blue of the sky.”
“My picture with my partner in Saqsaywaman was the most popular on Instagram: the place has an incredible atmosphere and results in a special photo from any angle.”
“Even though it’s a short trip, I opted for Space+ seats on the plane and had a cheese sandwich with pesto sauce. The service made me feel like I was at a restaurant!”
Into the clouds
“I discovered the neighborhood of San Blas and its streets which, viewed from below, seem to reach into the clouds. Cuscocuisine has developed: I tried an excellent beef dish at the restaurant Uchu.”
Destination: Cusco, Peru
“Being #freetofly is traveling the way I want to and paying as much as I want to: the most important thing is the freedom to choose!”
Destination: Arequipa, Peru
“Being #freetofly is traveling the way I want to, with no worries!”