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  • 1


    Costa central, Lima Peru
    32 reviews

    if you like the strange and unexpected in a vacation this is the place there are so many places to buy just about everything from Peruvian hats to alpaca blankets and great food i thought the PHD pizza hut delivery was better there then in new york.

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  • 2


    Larcomar, Miraflores District, Peru
    25 reviews

    Especializados en sanguches criollos, La Lucha es uno de los locales limeños que mantiene la esencia de nuestros sabores. Clásicos como el pan con chicharrón, lechón, pavo, asado son las estrellas del local ubicado en el corazón de Miraflores. César Taboada es el dueño de esta sanguchería, que empezó su aventura culinaria en la cochera de su casa en Jesús ...

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  • 3

    Parque del Amor

    Av de la Aviación, Miraflores, Peru
    22 reviews

    Such a cute place! Love the walk, the benches and all the mosaics. Great place to visit.

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  • 4

    Plaza de Armas

    Lima, Peru
    18 reviews

    A nice looking plaza to hang out with lots of restaurants bordering the central portion. You can see a lot of historical architecture and enjoy people watching. When I visited last in Jan 2014, they had a festival going on!

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    Costa central de Lima, Lima 04 Peru
    17 reviews

    Lima's answer to San Telmo in Buenos Aires. At one time the place where the wealthy built summer houses, then a micro capital of bohemian artists and now once again colonised by upmarket restaurants, hotels, galleries and cafes. Given that slum dwellings or characterless business areas are a prominent feature scarring the rest of the Peruvian capital, this area offers ...

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  • 6

    San Francisco Cathedral and Catacombs

    Plaza Mayor, Lima, Peru
    17 reviews

    This place is a must-see for the catacombs and also for the art. You have to go on a tour, which was annoying since our "English-speaking" tour guide clearly spoke English as his second language and with a crazy Italian accent. Yes, really.

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  • 7

    Huaca Pucllana

    Lima, Peru
    12 reviews

    Must see for a view of the development of Lima, the people and the culture!

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  • 8

    La Catedral de Lima

    Plaza Mayor, Catedral de Lima, Lima, Peru
    13 reviews


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  • 9

    Government Palace

    Plaza Mayor, Lima 27 Peru
    11 reviews

    This place is just beautiful, you can see how rich the culture and history of peru is just by looking at this one building

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  • 10

    Barrio Chino

    Calle Capón, Lima, Peru
    10 reviews

    In the 19th century, thousands of Chinese came to Peru as "contract labor" (to put it nicely), and ever since, there has been a powerful connection between Chinese and Peruvian culture. Nowhere is this more evident than in the food. Not only has Chinese cooking influenced some of the country's signature dishes, like lomo saltado (beef stir fry), but it ...

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  • 11

    Costa Verde

    Desde Magdalena hasta Chorrillos, Chorrillos Peru
    9 reviews

    This is not the sort of beach that you want to spend hours sunbathing on - it's really rocky and can get incredibly crowded during the summer. With that said, it is a fabulous beach if you are looking for convenience from Lima - there are multiple stairways leading down to it from coastal districts like Miraflores and Barranco - ...

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  • 12

    Parque John F. Kennedy

    Lima, Perú
    7 reviews

    Street musicians, art crafts, street food. Nice atmosphere!!

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  • 13

    Miraflores Indian Market

    Petit Thouars 5321, Lima District, Peru
    8 reviews

    This market is pretty conveniently located - only a few blocks from Parque Kennedy - and is the best place to buy all of your souvenirs for reasonable prices before heading home. There are hundreds upon hundreds of stalls scattered over multiple independent buildings, but if you try to hit every one you'll likely start seeing the same stuff over ...

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  • 14

    Museo Larco

    Bolivar 1515, Pueblo Libre, Peru
    6 reviews

    Museo Larco is good place 2 go u can see the great Ancient American Indian culture it very beautiful :))

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  • 15

    Paragliding in Lima

    Barrio Miraflores, Lima, Peru
    6 reviews

    Because of the geothermal layers around the cliffs near the Miraflores area, almost any time when looking up, paragliders can be seen in the sky, soaring high and low....and having a really fantastic view of the parklike malecon and ocean below. Impromptu tandem paragliding tours can be easily picked up along the malecon in the Miraflores area for those adventure ...

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  • 16

    Jockey Plaza

    Monterrico, Lima, Peru
    7 reviews

    for shopping and eating

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  • 17

    Circuito Mágico del Agua

    Jr. Madre de Dios
    6 reviews

    The Magic Water Tour in the Parque de la Reserva was one of the most fun things we did in Lima. I totally recommend it to everyone at any age. You have to go when it gets dark because of all the colorful lights. They say it is the largest fountain complex in the world!

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  • 18

    Malecón de la Reserva

    Malecón de la Reserva 131, Lima District, Peru
    5 reviews

    the Malecon of Lima is a very relaxing walking / jogging parklike promenade along the ocean. Starting from the Miraflores residential area, it takes about half an hour to reach the Lacomar mall but along the way, there are kiddie parks, doggie parks, and just wonderful scenic lookouts.

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  • 19

    Puente de los Suspiros

    Calle Ayacucho y Bajada a Los Baños, Lima 4 Peru
    5 reviews

    Overlooking the Bajada de Los Banos on Barranco is an unassuming bridge called La Puente de los Suspiros. Legend has it that if you hold your breath while crossing the bridge for the first time, you are granted a wish.

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  • 20

    Pachacamac Ruins

    Calle Los Escribanos 125, Plaza Mayor, Lima 34 Peru
    6 reviews

    Located in the Lurin Valley next to the Andes Mountains and 20 miles or so south of Lima, Pachacamac was a religious city of the Huari. Six hundred years later the Incas conquered the city, and shortly thereafter, the Spanish presence was the final death knell. I would recommend anyone visiting Lima to take a day excursion. The view of ...

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