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PromPeru arrives at Arabian Travel Market

PromPeru arrives at Arabian Travel Market

PromPeru, the trade, tourism and investment office of Peru in Dubai will be present for the first time at ATM with a National Pavilion. Peru is ranked among the world’s ten most preferred destinations according to Ernst & Young, and Peru’s ministry of foreign trade and tourism has said that they expect a nine to ten percent increase in visitor arrivals in 2013.

Lima to host World Travel Awards South & Central America Gala Ceremony

Lima to host World Travel Awards South & Central America Gala Ceremony

27 March 2013 Focus

World Travel Awards has confirmed the host for its annual South & Central America Gala Ceremony will be Lima, Peru. Regarded as the premier global awards ceremony programme for the travel, tourism and hospitality industry, the World Travel Awards Gala Ceremony will see entrants from across South America competing in over 35 categories.

PromPerú launches new marketing campaign

PromPerú launches new marketing campaign

9 November 2012 Organisations & Operators

PromPerú has marked a new era in the history of its advertising with the release of its latest international campaign featuring a series of Hollywood-style film trailers designed to appeal to high-end travellers and showcase Peru’s luxury offering. While much of the campaign looks to showcase Peru’s diverse pre-Inca cultures, a key aim is to also change the perception of the country’s infrastructure and services, illustrating the variety of high quality luxury tourism offerings available.

Brighter Group appointed to boost PromPerú in UK

Brighter Group appointed to boost PromPerú in UK

Peru visitor’s bureau, PromPerú, is to invest heavily in travel trade initiatives as it looks to build on the momentum of the 100th anniversary of the rediscovery of Machu Picchu. In the UK, the Brighter Group has been appointed to raise the profile to the trade based on its experience in effectively positioning destinations with iconic attractions. 

Machu Picchu set to reopen in April

Machu Picchu set to reopen in April

The Inca ruins site at Machu Picchu is set to reopen to international visitors on April 1st, following a closure of two months following flooding. Speaking at ITB Berlin, officials from PromPeru confirmed the reopening following repairs to rail links to the site which were damaged earlier this year.