Created by jurgen on November 11, 2000
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Trujillo is surrounded by some great archealogical sites. Like the pyramids of the sun and the moon and the ruined adobe city "Chan Chan".
Created by cbravo on November 9, 2007
www.chanchan.gob.pe summarises work in progress.
http://www.xanga.com/TrujilloPeru/199726545/item.html links include videos of work
Created by Lovehuan on August 29, 2007
Huanchaco Inn is a low Key Beach.
Created by ShannonBrooke on June 29, 2007
We took a short side-trip up to Trujillo to see the largest adobe city in the world, Chan Chan, and the ancient huacas.
Created by brisa del mar on February 10, 2007
A beautiful city, and very friendly people.
Created by WitlessWanderer on August 14, 2005
Chiclayo and Trujillo on the northern coast are the "Eygpt of Peru", with ancient remains hidden amid the sand dunes.
Created by Targed on January 27, 2004
City famous for the ruins of Chan Chan a few minutes from the centre.
Created by maynard7 on January 26, 2004
Three days at Huanchaco Beach near Trujillo, Peru.
Created by stephanie_514 on March 13, 2003
Done with ruins and temples? Head north of Peru to the city of Trujillo, one of the country's most precious colonial jewels. But don't stop here, jump on a collectivo to Huanchaco for some cheap accommodation and beautiful sunsets as you curl your toes in the sand.
Created by lisac on September 1, 2001
Trujillo is a truly colonial city on the northern coast of Peru, and known as the City of Eternal Spring. It is not often visited and thus off the beaten track, as are many locations around it.