Trujillo (also known as the “capital of the everlasting spring”) is a city in coastal northwestern Peru situated on the banks of the Moche River, near its mouth at the Pacific Ocean, in the Moche Valley. This was a site of the great prehistoric Moche and Chimu cultures before the Inca overthrow. Considered the culture capital of Peru the city center contains many examples of colonial and religious architecture. Additionally located nearby Trujillo are two major archeological sites of pre-Columbian monuments: Chan Chan (designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986) and the temples of the Sun and Moon (the largest adobe pyramid in Peru).
- – Historic Town
- – Cultural Tours
- – Coastline And Desert Background
- – Hidden Gem For The Educational Traveler