The city of Chiclayo, bordered by fertile valleys and very close to the ocean, is the capital of the region and the commercial nexus among the three Peruvian regions: coast, highland, and jungle.
Túcume is another archeological site of unique beauty. There, you will see more than twenty adobe pyramids, all approximately forty meters high.
Capital: Chiclayo (29 masl)
Lowest point: 4 masl / 13 fasl (Pimentel)
Highest point: 3078 masl / 10.098 fasl (Incahuasi)
The city of Chiclayo has an arid, warm climate with an average annual maximum temperature of 26.2ºC (79.2ºF) and a minimum of 17.3ºC (63.1ºF). When the El Niño Phenomenon happens, the climate varies, the level of precipitation rises and the temperature can increase.
Huaca Chotuna Archeological Complex
Tucume Archeological Complex
Archeological Complex of the Huaca Rajada – Señor de Sipán (Lord of Sipan)
Tucume, archeological site
Batan Grande (Sican) Archeological Complex
The Royal Tombs of Sipán
Pimentel Beach Resort
Chaparri Ecological Reserve
City of Lambayeque
San Pedro Church of Lambayeque
Cathedral of Chiclayo
Palacio Municipal de Chiclayo (Chiclayo City Hall)
Capilla de La Veronica (The Veronica Chapel)
Plazuela Elias Aguirre (Elias Aguirre Square)
Mercado Artesanal de Monsefú (Monsefu Craft Market)
Museo Nacional Tumbas Reales de Sipán (Royal Tombs of Sipan National Museum)
Museo Arqueológico Nacional Bruning (Bruning National Archeological Museum)
The National Sican Museum