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The primary purpose of hotels is to provide travelers with shelter, food, refreshment, and similar services and goods, offering on a commercial basis things that are customarily furnished within households but unavailable to people on a journey away from home.


Language: Peru has three official languages. Spanish is the most widely spoken, followed by Quechua and Aymara.

Currency: The currency of Peru is the nuevo sol.

Credit Cards and ATMs: In Peru’s main cities, you’ll easily find ATM’s that accept Visa cards for cash withdrawals. While there are ones that take Cirrus/MasterCard, they aren’t as common. Visa is also the most widely accepted card in Peru for purchases at shops and restaurants.

Plugs: The plugs in Peru are Type A and C. The standard voltage is 220 V, and the standard frequency is 60Hz. I recommend buying a universal adapter (make sure it has surge protection) and using a converter for hairdryers and hot tools.

Safety: While Peru used to have a bad reputation for crime in its major cities, the situation has improved in recent years. Today, it’s a relatively safe country to travel around, but you’ll need to keep your eye on your belongings as petty theft is still common.

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