Casa de la Emancipación
Now the Banco Continental building, this hodgepodge of colonial and Republican styles is where Trujillo’s independence from colonial...
Casa Ganoza Chopitea
Northeast of the cathedral, this c 1735 mansion, also known as Casa de los Léones, is considered to be the best preserved mansion of the...
This shotgun-style cafe and bar approaches Trujillo’s trendiness tipping point and is a great place to check out some contemporary local...
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Palacio Iturregui information
This canary yellow 19th-century mansion is unmistakable and impossible to ignore unless you’re color blind. Built in neoclassical style, it has beautiful window gratings, 36 slender interior columns and gold moldings on the ceilings. General Juan Manuel Iturregui lived here after he famously proclaimed independence. Today, it’s a private social club, so visits are restricted. You can pop into the interior courtyard any time of day but visiting the ornate rooms is restricted to the listed opening hours.