On the Plaza de Armas, this building stands out for its stark white sillar and massive size – it is the only cathedral in Peru that...
Farren’s Irish Pub
Where would any city be without its themed Irish pub? Tucked behind the cathedral, this gringo haven has – guess what? – Guinness, pub...
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Casa Ricketts information
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 is the most splendiferous working bank in the city – possibly even Peru. Even if you’re not here for a transaction, it’s worth nosing around its small gallery of Arequipan art, and dual interior courtyards with their puma-headed fountains.