As astute foodies know, Peruvian cuisine has emerged in recent years as one of the world’s most buzzed-about. But as long ago as the turn of the last century, the famed chef Auguste Escoffier declared that the country’s cooking ranked just below French and Chinese in quality. Ceviche, which is a national obsession, is traditionally eaten only at lunch, to be sure that the fish is fresh, and many of the best seafood restaurants are not open for dinner. Also don’t miss trying coca tea, which is great for altitude sickness, and the national cocktail, a pisco sour.

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