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Promperu. Peru's famous tourism board

PROMPERU - Commission for the Promotion of Peruvian Exports and Tourism

Comision de Promocion del Peru para la Exportacio y el Turismo

Calle Uno Oeste 50, 13th and 14th floor
  • San Borja
City (Peru)
Phone Number
(+511) 616-7300 (branch tourism) or 616-7400

PromPerú, the Peruvian Commission for the Promotion of Export and Tourism, is the agency of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR) in charge of developing strategies to produce an integrated and attractive image of Peru.

This image will help develop domestic tourism and promote the country to the world as a privileged destination for inbound tourism and investment. It is also in charge of promoting Peruvian exports.

You find more detailed information about PromPeru in our Glossary under "PromPeru"


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