Each year Peruvians celebrate their most popular cocktail with the "Dia Nacional del Pisco Sour" (National Pisco Sour Day) on the first Saturday in February
While on the Pisco Sour Day the famous alcoholic drink is celebrated throughout the country, most festivals and festivities take place in Lima and the Pisco producing regions in the south of Peru. The festivities usually include festivals and parties, music performances, concerts, gastronomic fairs, Pisco Sour tastings and competitions as well as special events in restaurants, bars and hotels.
More information about Pisco Sour including our well-tested recipe for the perfect Pisco Sour can be found in our article "Peruvian Pisco Sour". Try it and celebrate with us.
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Peruvian Flag Day
To honor the brave men that tried to protect Peruvian territory and the Peruvian flag on June 7, 1880 during the Battle of Arica, one of the most important encounters of the War of the Pacific between Peruvian forces and the Chilean enemy, Peru celebrates each year the National Flag Day.
Date : Wednesday, 07 June 2023
Corpus Christi celebration in Cusco
Around the globe the Christian community celebrates Corpus Christi, so the Eucharist being the real presence of the body and blood of Jesus Christ, 9 weeks after Easter. While this religious festival is celebrated throughout the country, the most enthusiastic and spectacular celebration is in Cusco.
Date : Thursday, 08 June 2023
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