The white city of Arequipa, on top of being known for its colonial architecture, beautiful landscapes and impressive volcanoes, is also the cradle of one of the most varied and tasty cuisines in Peru.

Arequipa provides to the already renowned Peruvian cuisine, those ancient recipes and the unparallel flavor that are the delight of thousands of travelers that have been blessed with it.

Places you must visit are the already famous “picanterias” that keep their essence as their wood furnaces and generous servings.

On this places you will find a variety of dishes such as the “adobo de cerdo” (marinated pork), the “rocoto relleno” (stuffed bell peppers) and the already emblematic prawns, these and many other dishes you can’t miss when visiting Arequipa. Bon appétit!

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