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,...
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,...
Restaurant on the Top
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...
Mercaderes 107 & 113 · interesting places nearby
Seeing double? Well, yes, actually. There are two Manolo’s 20m apart in Arequipa’s pedestrianized shopping thoroughfare, Calle Mercaderes. Shagged-out shoppers find it hard to resist the hiss of the coffee machine and the glint of the glass display case stuffed with thickly sliced cakes.