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Lima the Capital of Peru is one of the largest cities in South America and although it has a beautiful Historic Center, declared a World Heritage Site in 1991 by UNESCO, it is today a complete metropolis, with tall buildings that share its modern spaces with imposing Huacas from the Pre-Hispanic era.
Here you can enjoy from beautiful sunsets facing the sea in the District of Miraflores and the Bohemian Barranco, to unparalleled views of mountain landscapes such as in the town of San Pedro de Casta, this thanks to being also in the foothills of the Central Andes.
Something that you should not miss when visiting Lima is to try all the possible varieties of typical gastronomy, such as ceviche, La Brasa chicken and even our exquisite Chinese and Japanese fusion. We assure you that you will want to return!
Historic Center of Lima (The Cathedral, The Government Palace, The Church of San Francisco de Asís and its Catacombs and the Plaza Mayor), Marcahuasi (an enigmatic place at 4000 meters high, famous for its sighting of possible UFOs), Lomas de Lúcumo and de Lachay (ecosystems formed by the humidity of the coast, here you can appreciate the Flor de Amancaes, the national flower).
Miraflores (it has beautiful parks in front of the best view of the Pacific Ocean Coast), Huancaya (picturesque landscapes and artisan trout hatcheries), The Constitutional Province of Callao (the main port of the Coast and its renovated Monumental area), The Archaeological Complex of Pachacamac (Main Sanctuary of the most revered Oracle in the Andean world: El Dios Pachacamac), Barranco (no forget to make a wish when crossing its beautiful Bridge of Sighs in Bajada de Baños).
Visit the El Comedor Restaurant, located in the emblematic Constitutional Province of Callao (south of Lima). A perfect place to enjoy our traditional seafood and Creole food. Our tours offered in this beautiful area just conclude with a replenishing lunch here.
Photos by Camo Films.