Radio Stations

Listening to the radio is a great way to improve your Spanish skills and get a feeling for the Peruvian music scene. Very popular here with young and old are Creole music, Cumbia, Salsa and Reggae; so quite a lot of radio stations broadcast this music style. If you once in a while miss the good old Rock & Pop music in English, no worries, you won't be left out in the cold. Almost all stations have a web page where you can listen online.

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Radio Moda

Radio Stations
Radio Moda plays Salsa, Cumbia and Reggae for a young audience.

Radio Onda Cero

Radio Stations
Radio Onda Cero plays Reggae, Latin Pop, Techno, Rock & Pop, Salsa, Cumbia for youngsters

Radio Doble Nueve

Radio Stations
Radio Doble Nueve broadcasts Indie Rock, Alternative Metal, Pop, Powerpop and Reggae.

Radio Oasis

Radio Stations
Radio Oasis plays Rock & Pop of the 1980s, 1990s and today.

Radio Panamericana

Radio Stations
Radio Panamericana is on air since the mid 1950s with Salsa, Peruvian Cumbia and Merengue.

Radio Oxigeno

Radio Stations
Radio Oxigeno broadcasts Rock & Pop from the 1980s

Radio Filarmonia

Radio Stations
Radio Filarmonia is on air since 2001 with classical music, concerts and operas.

Union La Radio

Radio Stations
Union La Radio is dedicated to Cumbia, folk, Creole and Andean music.

Radio Nacional del Peru

Radio Stations
Radio Nacional del Peru is Peru's state radio since 1925 and informs about national and international news, politics, economy, sports, culture and entertainment.

Radio Viva FM

Radio Stations
Radio viva fm broadcasts Rock & Pop in English for the younger generation.
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