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Built in 1735 by the Marquis of Torre Tagle, this handsome building is considered to be the best surviving colonial house in Lima with its superb carved balconies, magnificent doors and a courtyard surrounded by rooms and ironwork.
This church and monastery of St. Francis (circa 1674) is known for its catacombs that contain the remains of more than 70,000 people and a magnificent library that houses thousands of antique texts.
Like Chinatowns in other countries, Lima's two-block Chinatown is the place to go for Chinese cuisine. The area has undergone a renaissance in recent years after a 1997 renovation in preparation for the 150th anniversary of Chinese immigration to Peru.
** DAILY FROM 9AM TO 10PM ** The Larco Museum has become one of Lima’s must-dos. It displays an important collection of pre-Columbian art of more... more »
Miraflores is one of the top tourist districts of Lima. The main hotels in this beautiful city are located by the Pacific ocean. Within the past few... more »
Larcomar is a shopping center in Miraflores located on top of a reef with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. There are shops, restaurants and activities for young children.
Barranco district was founded on October 26th, 1874. Its the smallest district of Lima and was always an attractive summer resort for middle and... more »
Shaded with flowering trees, this secluded romantic walkway leads under a wooden bridge to a cliff with sweeping views of the ocean.
This folk dance company showcases music and dances from across Peru. Performances are intertwined with live music and dancing. Guests can also enjoy local food and drinks.
There are close to 2,000 cevicherias in Lima, but this one offers the best food in a great environment. Stop by at lunch and see why they have the best ceviches in town.
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