Peru’s and England’s footballing DNA is more entwined than at first glance. Lured by its nitrates and nascent railways in the 1800s, a bunch of British colonials got the game going in their adopted Andean home
Country’s top state oil firm could invest in $2 billion in Peru in the next decade and eyes further opportunities to boost its stake in energy marketRead more "China’s State Oil Giant Plans to Invest $2 Billion in Peru by 2030"
The Lima chapter of Michaella McCollum Connolly and Melissa Reid, the two British 20 year-old women caught smuggling drugs into Peru last August, is over for the moment.Read more "‘Peru Two’ Prison Transfer May Prolong Return Home"
British rail bosses showed interest in the scheduled Line 3 and 4 of Lima’s subway network and could bid for the concession, said Peru’s investment promotion agency today.Read more "Lima Planned Metro Extension Draws UK Rail Bosses"
Alianza Lima clinched Peru’s new Copa Inca yesterday after winning a dramatic penalty shoot-out against city rivals San Martín, securing a place in next year’s prestigious Copa Libertadores.Read more "Alianza Book Spot in LatAm’s Champions League After Copa Inca Win"
Lima has the worst air pollution in Latin America according to a WHO report published this month, with almost four times more dangerous particles than the level the health body views “reasonableRead more "Lima Home to Latin America’s Worst Pollution"
With numerous treks crisscrossing the Sacred Valley to converge on Machu Picchu, it’s tough to know which to choose. I chose the less common Lares. This account is why you should too.Read more "Inca Trail Booked Up? Think Lares"