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María del Carmen de Zamora Reparaz recognised by World Travel Awards

María del Carmen de Zamora Reparaz recognised by World Travel Awards

4th Jul 2016 Focus

María del Carmen de Zamora Reparaz, who has held the position of deputy minister of tourism at the Ministry of Foreign Trade & Tourism in Peru since 2014, was on Friday recognised with the title of South America’s Leading Travel Personality by the World Travel Awards. Here Breaking Travel News traces her remarkable career.

Hilton Worldwide expands in South America with four Peru properties

Hilton Worldwide expands in South America with four Peru properties

14th May 2016 Hotel News

Hilton Worldwide will more than double its presence in Peru over the next three years with the development of seven new properties across four brands: Hilton Garden Inn, Homewood Suites by Hilton, DoubleTree by Hilton and Hampton by Hilton. These new deals underscore the company’s rapid growth and momentum in Latin America, where Hilton Worldwide has been aggressively expanding, now with more than 90 hotels and 15,500 rooms open and welcoming guests across the region.

PromPeru claims culinary title at World Travel Awards

PromPeru claims culinary title at World Travel Awards

PromPeru, the trade, tourism and investment office of Peru in the United Arab Emirates, is pleased to announce that Peru won the title of World’s Leading Culinary Destination at the World Travel Awards 2013. Peru’s eclectic cuisine has earned acknowledgement as one of the world’s finest and is proud to take home the award for the second year in a row, having beaten beat off Australia, China, France, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Spain, Thailand and the United States of America.

PromPeru showcases culinary delights at World Travel Awards

PromPeru showcases culinary delights at World Travel Awards

PromPeru, the trade, tourism and investment office of Peru, has announce Peru has been nominated for the title of World’s Leading Culinary Destination at the World Travel Awards 2013. They are firm favourites, having been the victors last year, but need to beat off stiff competition from Australia, China, France, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Spain, Thailand and the USA.

Jorge Chávez International Airport takes World Travel Awards crown

Jorge Chávez International Airport takes World Travel Awards crown

2nd Aug 2013 Focus

Jorge Chávez International Airport in Peru has experienced rapid growth over the past 12 years thanks to a concession agreement with the local government. As a result, JCIA is now widely recognised as a secure and efficient air terminal, last year welcoming 13 million passengers.