5 - 7 November



Lima, Peru










FIBEP is proud to have the JW Marriott in Lima as the host location for the 2019 World Media Intelligence Congress on November 5 - 7.


Accommodation is not part of the registration process and is not included in the registration fee. The special FIBEP rate is available via the link below until September 9th, 2019.  

JW Marriott Hotel Lima provides guests with an extravagant escape where we exceed all expectations. Situated in the desirable Miraflores District, our hotel is only minutes away from upscale shopping, dining and some of the most popular attractions in all of Peru. Soak up the sun and the sweeping ocean views while at Playa Redonda, treat yourself to a shopping spree at Larcomar and immerse yourself in the local culture at Parque Kennedy. After exploring the city, savor authentic Peruvian cuisine or fresh sushi at one of our two restaurants, La Vista and JW Sushi Ceviche Lounge. When bedtime beckons, retreat to your luxurious room or suite that features lush bedding, 24-hour room service and views of the beach.

This year the traditional gala dinner will be turned into a Peruvian Culinary Experience at one of the World’s best restaurants- the renowned Astrid y Gaston a pioneer of Peru’s ever-vibrant gastronomic scene. This dinner will allow FIBEP congress attendees and their guests to experience traditional Peruvian fare in a stunning 17th-century hacienda. 

Gala Dinner


When fog bundles its colonial facades and high-rises, Lima's enchantments come across as all too subtle. After Cairo, this sprawling metropolis is the second-driest world capital, rising above a long coastline of crumbling cliffs. To enjoy it, climb on the wave of chaos that spans from high-rise condos built alongside pre-Columbian temples, and fast Pacific breakers rolling toward noisy traffic snarls. Think one part southern Cali doused with a heavy dose of America Latina.


But Lima is also sophisticated, with a civilization that dates back millennia. Stately museums display sublime pottery; galleries debut edgy art; solemn religious processions recall the 18th century and crowded nightclubs dispense tropical beats. No visitor can miss the capital’s culinary genius, part of a gastronomic revolution more than 400 years in the making.


This is Lima. Shrouded in history, gloriously messy and full of aesthetic delights. Don’t even think of missing it.


Going to Peru? 10 things to know before your trip - CNN Travel


Visit Peru Website 


Lima, Peru - Trip Advisor


Lima, Peru - Lonely Planet


The Perfect Day In Lima - Anthony Bourdain, Parts Unknown


12 Must-Try Restaurants in Lima - Trip Advisor

Peru's Top 10 Adventures - Lonely Planet

Peru may be known as a cradle of ancient civilizations, but its topography also makes it a wonderland of adventure. The icy mountain peaks of the Andes draw trekkers and climbers, the untamed desert coast is lapped by excellent waves for surfers, and for explorer types there’s the Amazon – a vast mass of wetlands and rainforest brimming with monkeys, macaws and slinky, rare felines. Get ready to gear up. Peru is one heck of a wild ride!



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November 5 - 7 



Lima, Peru will be an amazing backdrop for the FIBEP World Media Intelligence Congress. We look forward to building into the program a chance to get to know the city and experience all that it has to offer. 


We also would encourage all congress attendees to use the information in the section to collect information on additional tourism aspects which they may be interested in.

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