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Embassy of Peru

The Embassy of Peru in Mexico City is the main seat of the Peruvian diplomatic mission in Mexico. The embassy is far out on the Paseo de la Reforma in the Lomas area.

  • Fortunately for most Peruvian travelers, or for those hoping to visit Peru, the embassy maintains a consular office on the Avenida Masaryk in the Polanco neighborhood. (Av. Pdte. Masaryk 29, Polanco V Secc, Alc. Miguel Hidalgo, 11570. Ph: +525552034838) That location is a little easier to reach for most travelers.

The two countries share a tremendously long and complex history. Diplomatic relations formally began already in 1823. But by that time, the two nations had both been colonial Viceroyalties, dependent on Spain, for some 300 years. Many of the Viceroys, that is, the Royal of the colonies, would rule both, or one territory after the other.

Today, both countries are co-signatories of multiple international, cultural, and trade agreements. Both countries are members of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, the Lima Group, the Organization of Ibero-American States, the Organization of American States, the Pacific Alliance and the United Nations.

Hours: Weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Consulate office, weekdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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