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What to Do in Lima

  • Historic Centre

    The central parts of Lima are an artful combination of imposing colonial monuments and local culture. Its atmosphere is just… amazing.

  • Cathedral of Lima

    16th century Roman Catholic cathedral built in a distinctive Neoclassical style. Do not miss out the tomb of Pizarro, the Spanish conquistador.

  • Circuito Magico del Agua

    The largest fountain complex in the world. Awe-inspiring show you have never seen before – a must do not only if you have kids.

  • Miraflores

    A vibrant district attracting tourists for its beaches, various shopping opportunities and upscale clubs and restaurants.

  • Plaza Mayor

    The actual centre of Lima that has played an important role in many historical events – marked by several memorials situated there.

  • Waikiki Beach

    Named after the legendary beach, this surfing spot definitely doesn't embarrass its name. A sandy paradise.

  • Presidential Palace

    An official residence of Peru's president. You need to join guided tour to see the interior but it is well worth it.

  • Central Market

    Full of bustle and hustle, this is the most authentic market in the city. Full of locals buying everything from fresh meat to jeans.

  • La Recoleta Church

    The 18th century church is an architectural gem – its colourful facade radiates into the distance.

  • Monastery of San Francisco

    The monastery holds impressive volumes of historical documents and artefacts. There are also catacombs with ossuary. Listed by UNESCO.

  • Barrios Altos

    The oldest part of Lima where the remains of city walls can still be found. A charming place – just wander around and enjoy.

  • Love Park

    Quite touristy but still well worth your attention if in the vicinity. Its walls are inscribed with love-related quotes. Nice ocean views.

  • Chinatown

    The largest Chinatown in South America. Enchanting combination of traditional Peruvian buildings and Chinese culture!

  • Convent of Santo Domingo

    The three-nave church and monastery with rich facade embellishments and a huge dome is simply unmissable. Note the typical Sevillian tiles.

  • Jorge Chavez International (LIM)

  • San Pedro Church

    17th century church constructed by the Jesuits doesn't deny its origin: the ornate Baroque facade is just beautiful.

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