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Price and Availability Index in Peru
Vacation Rental Price Information in Peru
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months of the year. The most expensive prices are in March (3/9 - 3/16). Prices reach an average of $35 per night. The cheapest week to book a vacation rental is in December (12/28 - 1/4).
Rental Availability Information in Peru
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Perufor the next twelve months. In July (7/27 - 8/3), only 86 are available. People tend to travel less to Peru during a week in February (2/23 - 3/2) when only 6% of the rentals are booked.
Awesome Tours Await Around Vacation Rentals in Peru
Peru's selection of vacation rentals is vast and diverse, ranging from comfortable houses and apartments to luxurious condo units and villas that are furnished and well equipped. Many places to stay at in Peru include a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, or even wellness facilities.
Indulge in Peruvian cuisine
Peruvian cuisine, a fusion of European and indigenous flavors, is simply amazing. Around most Peruvian vacation rentals, you'll find plenty of opportunities to sample local foods at nearby eateries.
Although you may have tried the country’s national dish, ceviche, at home, nothing compares to having it in Peru. You can find this simple mixture of fresh fish marinated in lime juice, hot chilies, and onion at most restaurants. You could also try aji de gallina, shredded poultry bathed in a creamy, spicy sauce made with peppers; or papa a la Huancaína, potatoes in spicy cheese sauce.
Explore Peru’s best museums
Peru boasts a wealth of museums offering insights into its fascinating culture and history. If you’re interested in Pre-Columbine art, Museo Aqueológico Rafael Larco Herrera should be your first stop. The 18th-century colonial building features a collection of 45,000 artifacts. To see religious art, tour the 17th-century baroque Convento y Museo de San Francisco, which also has a library and catacombs to explore. You'll also want to wander through the Museo de la Nación, home to extensive exhibits on Incan art and history.
A spiritual journey
Opting for Peru vacation rentals places you close to points of interest and amenities. If you're staying in the country's capital, Lima, make sure to venture to the Temple of Pachacamac, just 40km from the city. This gargantuan complex of pyramids and temples, about 1,800 years old, was built by the Moche and Wari people.
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