Restaurant on the Top
Built in 1738, the ornate Casa Ricketts has served as a seminary, archbishop’s palace, school and home to well-to-do families. Today it...
The history of the cathedral that dominates Arequipa’s main plaza is filled with doggedness. The original structure, dating from 1656,...
Iglesia de La Compañía
One could argue that Arequipa’s cathedral is just too big. Providing an interesting antidote (and proving that small really can be...
Dady’o Disco Pub & Karaoke
On the Plaza de Armas, raucous Dady’o Disco Pub & Karaoke throws open its doors for go-go dancing, live bands and digital karaoke,...
Seeing double? Well, yes, actually. There are two Manolo’s 20m apart in Arequipa’s pedestrianized shopping thoroughfare, Calle...
Lonely Planet review
It’s a hike up the stairs to this rooftop eatery, but well worth the view of the Plaza de Armas and mountains beyond. An enormous menu features everything from sandwiches to Alpaca steaks.