Trujillo received over 35 thousand visitors not only from Peru, but also from Japan, USA and Canada on this last Eastern eve. These guests enjoyed the multiple touristic options our city offers, in addition to the extra security brought up during the travelers season, as it was announced by Miriam Gayoso, the head of the tourism Office of Trujillo’s City Hall.
The Trujillo’s City hall on its own behalf organized the ‘Circuito Turístico de Iglesias por Semana Santa’ a touristical circuit designed for the architectural and historical appreciation of the old temples used for the evangelization of natives on the province. The visited sites were the “Señor de Huaman” temple on the Victor Larco District, “Divino Salvador” on Mansiche Avenue, “San Jose” on the road to Huanchaco right next to Chan Chan remaining and “Nuestra Señora del Socorro” on top of Huanchaco Beach.
“This is the second time a temple only tourist circuit is held, there are 132 Beneficiaries of these visits to the these buildings originally created with a Native evangelization porpoise back on colonial times”, manifested Miram Gayoso
The tourism officer also congratulated the citizens that took part of these visits since this show how Trujillo’s inhabitants are becoming even more interested on their Heritage. In that context, she also announced a patriotic route on the making, ready for the Independence Day eve.