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Northern city in the coast of Peru, with almost 800,000 people is known by its precolombian ruins in Chan Chan, Huaca del Sol and Huaca de la Luna. It has plenty of Spanish buildings dated more than four hundred years ago. Do not miss its warm coasts (see Huanchaco).
Trujillo is definitely a fun place, but it is also a place to keep an eye open. In the marketplaces, where tourists are most susceptible, pick pockets are the most expert at their craft. They work in groups, so it would be good practice for visitors to try to avoid large gatherings of people, and try not to show a wallet or money too much, even when making purchases.
December 08, 2006 change by approaching genius (2 points)