Cajamarca, a city considered the cradle of Peru, for having produced the historic center of the Incas and Spaniards there, in 1532. For this reason, the Organization of American States (OAS) DEPARATED IT IN 1986 “Cultural and Historical Heritage of the Americas”. It is located in the north of Peru. It is thus 2,750 meters above sea level. The climate is temperate, dry and sunny during the day and cold at night. Rains from December to March. The annual average temperature is 13.6 ° C.
General information about University.
National University of Cajamarca:
The National University of Cajamarca is a licensed public university. It was founded in 1962, and today it is the main institution dedicated to teaching and research in the Region. It currently has 10 faculties covering a total of 24 professional schools, one of them, the Professional School of Medicine, which has 30 years of service. The Medicine career consists of 7 years of training, including a full year of internship.
Hospital Regional Docente de Cajamarca:
The HRDC is functionally subject to regulations of the Ministry of Health (MINSA) of Peru. It is the most complex referential hospital in the Cajamarca Region of category II-2. It integrates teaching functions, because it has an agreement with several Health institutions in the Region.
Av Larry Jhonson, Cajamarca
EsSalud Cajamarca Hospital:
The EsSalud hospital in Cajamarca is the Social Security Health hospital, which aims to protect the health of the insured population. It belongs to the Ministry of Labor of Peru, level II 2. The EsSalud of the city of Cajamarca, has several offices in the city. The 2 most important are, the External Medical Consultation, and the Emergency and Hospitalization. It has almost the same services and specialties of the Cajamarca Regional Teaching Hospital, spread over its 2 main headquarters.
Avenida Mario Urteaga, Cajamarca
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Near the hospital are some restaurants in price average of 6 soles or 2 dollars
In the host family, they will provide you at least two meals per day.
Your contact person will recomend some restaurants in the city.
You will stay with the family of a medical student. You will have vital services like water, electricity, Wi-Fi, etc. You will stay in a private room. Just ask your host about the coexistence rules.
In general, the different places in Cajamarca city are very close and cheap. There are different transportation options like Bus, taxi and mototaxi.
Round-trip average spending:
Bus US$ 0.7 (average time: 20 minutes)
Taxi US$ 2 (average time: 10 minutes)
Mototaxi US$ 1.5 (average time: 10 minutes)
Most important places to see in the town and around the town.
Plaza de Armas (Main Square)
In the Plaza de Armas, of approximately 10,000 m2, the Inca Atahualpa was captured on November 16, 1532, by the Spanish conquerors so the encounter of two worlds takes place.
Around it is The Cathedral, the church of San Francisco, the Municipality, and beautiful mansions of colonial buildings that make it a city with great Spanish influence and one of the most important in the country.
Baños del Inca
Thermal waters with temperatures above 70º. The minerals that compose them possess therapeutic properties for the treatment of affections to the bones and the nervous system. It has appropriate facilities for you to enjoy a relaxing bath. Originally, the place was called Pultumarca and according to tradition, it was the resting place of the Inca Atahualpa shortly before the confrontation with Pizarro.
Located 20 km southwest of the city of Cajamarca. It was discovered in 1937. The complex is surrounded by a fantastic forest of stones that resemble silhouettes of friars (which is why it is known as “Frailones”). They also highlight “El Farallón” in the shape of a human head, this place is known as the Sanctuary, inside which are petroglyphs with engravings of Chavín culture influences, the Aqueduct (pre-Inca canal), a gigantic work of hydraulic engineering. With an approximate age of 1000 B.C. and finally there are caves or shelters in these places are samples of petroglyphs.