Peru at Expo Dubai

What is Expo Dubai?

For 182 days, the Expo Dubai World Expo will showcase the main tourist attractions and exports of nearly 200 countries, in addition to proposals from organizations, NGOs and businesses around the world. It is estimated that more than 15 million people will arrive in the UAE city to be part of this colossal event.

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What is a World Expo?

It is a series of large-scale exhibitions that have been held in various cities around the world for over 150 years. Invaluable scientific, technological and industrial achievements have been presented at these events. Different world expos saw the presentation of the telephone (1878), the inauguration of the Eiffel Tower (1889) and the final construction of the Panama Canal (1915).

Why is Peru participating at Expo Dubai?

of the world's population lives less than 7 hours by plane from Dubai.
million people will arrive in Dubai to attend the World Expo.
More than nations are participating at the Expo 2020 Dubai.
There will be days of high exposure, through business meetings and the promotion of our products and services, as well as our tourist attractions.
million in potential exports of our products
markets from trade blocs of interest to us (including India, China and the United States) will attend.
of our top five export markets are in Asia.
The UAE ranks 5th on average in Peruvian exports to Asia.
of the world's container cargo is handled by Dubai.

The opportunity to conquer the world.

Our participation at high-impact international events has allowed us to establish tourism as the third economic activity in our country, accounting for 3.9% of the national GDP.

Six months of promotion

There will be 182 days of high exposure, through business meetings and the promotion of our products and services, as well as our tourist attractions.

Our wonders at a historic event

Expo Dubai will be one of the most highly-attended world expos in history.

A unique showcase

Exhibition of products related to agroindustry, fishing, bio-trade, wood products, decorative items and handicrafts, alpaca fiber products and blends, cotton products, chocolate, specialty coffees, pisco and many other products.


The Peruvian pavilion

An evocation of time

The curved lines that predominate in the architectural design of our pavilion evoke the path that Peru has traveled throughout its existence, an infinite path that is nourished by numerous influences and events that have shaped our identity.
Like the logo of Marca Perú ('Peru Brand') and the spiral shape that the letter P adopts, this path begins at a point in time and from there it is born, travels, extends, stops and returns to its origin.

Peruvian weaving and time

Some details, such as the façade of our pavilion, highlight the link between Peruvians and weaving throughout time, an activity that has gained a presence in almost all areas of our culture, the main examples of which are the Paracas looms, the Q'eswachaka bridge, and the caballitos de totora reed boats, among many others.
At the entrance, immense walls – which remind us of the imposing walls of Kuélap – give way to a world of sensations and experiences where Peru and its riches occupy center stage.

Frequently asked questions

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Republic of Peru - Commission for the Promotion of Peruvian Exports and Tourism - PROMPERU. www.promperu.gob.pe