Destination - Lima

Lima is the gastronomic capital, not only of Peru but also of South America (and, why not say it, of the whole world, soon). Anyone who arrives in Lima is enchanted by the varied, delicious, and prestigious food served at its table; with ancient recipes, dishes fused with other cultures, and a truly unique flavor.

However, pampering your palate is not the only thing you will get on the streets of Lima. It is not a surprise that it is one of the most important and visited regions of the Inca country. It offers endless activities, attractions, and experiences for every taste. If you are ready to combine history and adventure, the capital of Peru is your next destination.

In Lima, you will feel time flies because you will always have something to do, discover, or experience. The highest quality hotel offers are located in the districts of Miraflores and San Isidro, which are strategically located, since they both are very close to the sea (where water activities, like surfing, are guaranteed) and are safe for tourists. It is very easy to go to many other parts of the city from these two points, as they are highly frequented areas.

Photo: Lima, Peru

Main attractions

A 20-minute journey, approximately, will take you to the Historic Center of Lima. Here, the buildings surrounding the Main Square seem frozen in time because many of the colonial balconies of yesteryear are still preserved. If you are a fervent religious person, you can visit the Lima Cathedral, located a few steps from the Main Square, as well as different churches (such as Las Nazarenas) and monasteries (such as Santa Rosa de Lima) that maintained the essence of their creation: none has undergone forced modifications

The museums throughout the Lima territory are also great alternatives to alternate with other types of activities. The National Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology houses the best collection of pre-Hispanic period of Peru. In turn, you can visit the Larco Museum, the Museum of Art of Lima (MALI), the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC), and the Pedro de Osma Museum, which are at the artistic forefront of the global society.

You can ride a bike through the streets of Miraflores until reaching Larcomar, one of the favorite spots for tourists to sightsee and go shopping. Here, you can find Peruvian-themed items such as clothing, footwear, and high-quality jewelry.

Photo: Lima, Peru

If you are into adventure, a paragliding trip along the Costa Verde will be the start point of even more thrilling experiences. To do so, you will need to go to the outskirts of Lima, where you can go trekking, canoeing, among other outdoor activities. In these places, you will be able to connect with nature and do experiential tourism.

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