Tequila, in Mexico’s Jalisco State, is known for its production of the famous spirit of the same name. Near Tequila Volcano, on the outskirts of town, fields of blue agave, the liquor’s main ingredient, fill the landscape. Travelers can deep-dive into the distillery process and learn more about the history of the spirit at multiple locations.
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Lima is Peru’s capital and largest city and, with a population nearing 10 million, also one of the largest cities in the Americas. Founded in 1535 and known as the Spanish crown’s City of Kings, Lima melds history with modernity. Discover Baroque and Renaissance churches, palaces and mansions, as well as the continent’s first university, while indulging in world-class cuisine and enjoying the only capital in South America facing the sea.