Pisco is a small town located in the Ica Region of Peru. This charming destination is well-known for its production of the eponymous liquor, Pisco. Visitors can explore the town’s many distilleries and learn about the history and process of Pisco production. In addition to its liquor, Pisco is also home to beautiful colonial architecture, including the San Clemente Church and the Plaza de Armas. Outdoor enthusiasts can hike the nearby Paracas National Reserve or take a boat tour of the Ballestas Islands to see sea lions and penguins.