It is no exaggeration to describe the quarter, which consists of only a few streets and lanes, as a trendy district in which the visitor can only feel well. For one, Callao Monumental is an important venue for the Peruvian street art scene. In other words, this place has actually become what it is because the local artists have engaged to get away from the image of the dirty port city. With success – graffiti decorate the house walls, shows take place in the streets and squares, the galleries are free. As for the galleries, most of them are housed in the Casa Ronald, a stately building that was built at the beginning of the 20th century and slowly decayed. An Israeli businessman was interested in the localities and decided to renovate the house. Today, it shines in new splendor, the high ceilings and marble pillars bear witness to the ancient times. What comes next: The art offered here is really first class! The project that revitalized Callao’s district is called FUGAZ, and it’s worth visiting what’s on offer when you visit. Also various sculptors have settled in the quarter. Anyone lucky enough to encounter one of the artists will find an interesting and open discussion partner. On the weekends, various cultural events are held in Callao Monumental. And not forgetting the designer shops that have discovered the neighborhood for themselves, and the bars and restaurants, where you can eat well, but also just chat and enjoy the flair.