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Nazca lines

In the middle of the Peruvian desert, enigmatic shapes traced on its sandy surface have captivated the world for decades. The Nasca Lines are one of the world’s most mysterious tourist attractions.

Toritos de Pucará

The Pucará bull miniatures is a symbol of identity in Peru and an example of the beautiful ceramics of the country of the Incas. It is associated with protection and fertility.


One of the best known dishes of the world-famous Peruvian cuisine has its origins in Peru's ancient civilizations. This seafood dish, made with lime and fish, is an enticing mix of tastes.


Pisco is Peruvian pride in a glass! This delicious grape liquor offers flavor and a seductive aroma, and can win over the most discerning palates.

Peruvian music

Peruvian folklore, one of the richest in the world, finds one of its greatest expressions in music. Almost as old as Peru's civilizations, Peruvian music is one of the best known on the continent.


The coats of the alpaca and the vicuña provide the finest textile fibers on the planet and Peru is where 95% of it is processed, combining a modern approach with ancestral techniques.

Peruvian Fashion Industry

The creativity of Peruvian designers has enabled them to join the elite of world fashion. A combination of unique materials and original designs are the reason for their success.

Super Foods Peru

Peru is an endless larder of fruit, grains and vegetables that are both nutritious and healthy. It is the land of a unique group of delicacies known as Super Foods Peru.

Peruvian coffee

Thanks to its fertile soils and blessed with a rainy climate, Peru is the world's largest exporter of organic coffee. This has enabled it to become the supplier of some of the best coffees in the world.

Retablo ayacuchano

This altarpiece is one of the most important displays of Peruvian folklore and one of the most famous expressions of Andean art.

Peruvian flora

Peru's 24 departments are home to 84 of Earth's 103 ecoregions, and 28 of its 32 existing climates, making it one of the countries with the greatest variety of flora and fauna.

Peruvian amazon

The mystical Amazon has captivated people from all over the world throughout history. This incredible region makes up a third of Peruvian territory and is known as "Earth's lung".

Peruvian vestiges

Peru is a country thousands of years old that hides the remains of its ancient civilizations underground. Now these relics are a source of pride for all Peruvians.

Typical hats

The skillful hands of Peruvian craftsmen made this hat a cultural icon. As well as being a well made and elegant product, it protects the people of Northern Peru from UV rays.


The cajón is a Peruvian musical instrument, famous throughout the world for its ability to fuse different genres such as flamenco, modern jazz and Afro-Carribean music.

Machu Picchu

The dazzling Inca citadel is one of the 7 wonders of the modern world. Its majestic architecture is a demonstration of the ingenuity and wisdom of the ancient Peruvians.


Frank Sinatra se refería al Perú como “Llama Land”. Este icónico camélido sudamericano es uno de los animales más queridos en Perú.





Friday, March 9 – Wednesday, March 14
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Thursday, March 8 – Sunday, March 18
Austin Convention Center


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