Stay Connected

Staying connected and getting informed in Lima is really easy. Peru has a varied press, many interesting and entertaining radio stations and various state and privately owned television channels. By introducing satellite and cable TV in Peru around 150 international TV channels including HD transmissions can be received.

Modern technology as well brought the internet with all its possibilities of additional information sources and social networks. Thousands of Internet Cafes are spread around town. A few municipalities in Lima offer Wi-Fi at some public place, so do an increasing number of cafes, malls and hotels. The cellphone market including smartphones and Blackberry is booming, the coverage in Lima is excellent.

And for those wanting to stay connected the traditional way, Peru's postal service is at least in Lima better than its reputation, and for really important stuff there are a few courier services.

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Radio Felicidad

Radio Stations
Radio Felicidad is mainly playing boleros and Creole music

Peru 21

Newspapers
Owned by the same publishing group as the top daily El Comercio, Peru 21 launched its first edition in 2002
Skynet Worldwide Express - Courier Service

Panamericana TV - Channel 5

Television Stations
Also known as Channel 5 Panamericana TV broadcasts news, sports, documentaries, talk and reality shows and of course popular soaps.

Radio RPP Noticias

Radio Stations
RPP Noticias is Peru's leader in broadcasting news via the radio

La Republica

Newspapers
Founded in 1981, La Republica is one of Peru's main national dailies.

UPS - Courier Service in Lima

Courier & Mail Services
UPS - Courier Service in Lima

TV Peru Channel 7

Television Stations
TV Peru or Channel 7 is well known for its morning news program and information about happenings in the Peruvian congress. The national channel devotes its programs to spreading Peruvian culture by airing music, culture, art and folklore from all Peruvian regions.

Radio San Borja

Radio Stations
Radio San Borja is on air since 1982 informing about news and mayor events, conveying Peruvian values and the cultural heritage; traditional Peruvian music.

El Peruano

Newspapers
El Peruano is the official daily newspaper of Peru. Founded by Simón Bolivar in October 1825, El Peruano is the oldest newspaper in Latin America. It underwent various changes and was renamed a few times over the past nearly 200 years, but till today is published by a state enterprise.
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National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History - Lima, Peru.mp4

National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History - Lima, Peru.mp4

Founded in April 1826, the National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Peru (MNAAHP) is Peru's oldest state museum. On display is a wide range of perfectly preserved pre-Hispanic ceramics, textiles, metals, organic materials and lithic's. Objects of historic-artistic value are exhibited. The documentary, photographic and bibliographic collections tell...
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