Climatic conditions may vary depending on the city and the season in which you decide to make your trip, furthermore, you will need to collect more data to be prepared. This information is aimed to help you to organize your trip and enjoy your time in Perú.
What You Should Know About Peru
Peru's geography is so varied that we recommend checking specifically about the climatic situation of the places to be visited and the dates that will make your trip.
Peruvian time is GMT-5 hours and is the same as the standard time of the eastern United States.
Citizens of most countries in the Americas and Western Europe do not require a visa to visit Peru.
If you are from another country CuscoPeru.com recommends approaching the Peruvian consulate in your country for more information.
Usually, the Peruvian Migration gives to the visitors the 'Tarjeta Andina de Migracion', a card that is designed to let you be in Perú for no more than 183 days.
The official currency of Peru is the Sol (S /.) Divided into 100 cents. Coins are in denominations of 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, 1, 2 and 5 Soles and notes of 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 Soles.
CuscoPeru.com recommends changing your currency to soles for better comfort.
The electrical voltage is 220 volts, has a frequency of 60 hertz and sockets are generally used types A, B, and C.
CuscoPeru.com recommends you check the amount of voltage lighting before using any device.