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It`s amazing how well preserved this ruins are, since they are very ancient. The tour must be made with a guide and lasts about1hr. In the end, there`s a restaurant, some llamas and cuys to interact (they are locked in fences)
The government has done a good job of excavating this adobe ruin. We saw this originally in 2006 when it was still mainly underway. No need to go out to the Trujillo area to see Huaca ruins. The enormity of the ruins really changes your...More
Not too far to walk if staying in Miraflores district of Lima and not expensive entrance fee. We have travelled the world and not seen anything else quite like it - quite unique in its construction. Other than shops, restaurants and the sea front walk...More
We had a great time having dinner here, specially if you are not local definitely worth the visit because it’s a restaurant that has been in business for very long time. Good menu, good service, good food, good ambience. I definitely recommend.
If you have a day to kick around Miraflores, this is a surprise in the heart of the city. They are about 30 years into a 50 year excavation. Interesting site. There is a restaurant that over looks the reserve, if you can get there...More
Smack in built-up Lima, within easy walking distance of the centre of Miraflores (where visitors often stay), this is a remarkable archaeological site: a vast brick pyramid - and outlying courtyards - built of adobe and, thanks to its ingenious 'bookshelf' design, still standing after...More
We enjoyed a group tour of the ruins before we ate a wonderful meal in the open air restaurant. We had a set menu, but the restaurant was able to accommodate exceptions (for a price). The restaurant is completely open on one side to enjoy...More