(Visits from Monday to Saturday – only mornings)
The beautiful stately and cultured city of Trujillo, not only holds the titles of Capital of Marinera and Spring Festival.
Our visit to the colonial monuments, civil and religious. We go to the ITURREGUI Palace Tour, one of the finest in the north, it has two plants, whose influence shows neoclassical patios and galleries, Emancipation House, neoclassical architecture, features murals Rococo Church of La Merced, Orbegoso Marshal House, Plaza Mayor and the monument of Freedom House Calonge Urquiaga ornate neoclassical furniture and antiques, after that we continue to Plazuela Santo Domingo, where we see the Estate of Facalá House, mansion of considerable historical tradition that shelter the preparation of the first national flag used in Trujillo in the first proclamation of independence from Spanish rule on December 29, 1820.
It finishes with a visit to the Archaeological Museum, exhibiting archaeological remains associated with the various Hispanic cultures that developed in the Region La Libertad. The museum is in the house Risco, famous for its courtyards decorated with murals. Highlights include ceramics, metalwork, textiles and feather art.