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  • 1

    Miraflores

    4.5
    32 reviews

    The best place for eating and shopping. Beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean at Larcomar Shopping Center.

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  • 2

    Larcomar

    4.5
    25 reviews

    Larcomar is a mall built on the side of a hill, facing the Pacific Ocean. However, it's nothing like the typical mall, it's built in open air and most shops and restaurants have a view to the beach. It's not a great place to shop, but it's a really good place to eat. You'll find most major American restaurants, like ...

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  • 3

    Parque del Amor

    4.5
    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

    4.5
    18 reviews

    Beautiful colonial plaza and home to the government palace. This area of old Lima is a fantastic place to stroll about in the day time, taking in the old architecture.

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  • 5

    Barranco

    4.5
    17 reviews

    Barranco is the new bohemian hype neighborhod of Lima. For many years it concentrated artists and musicians, but these days it has evolved to a design oriented type of business, with lots of new fashion designers, art galleries and design boutiques. The nightlife in Barranco is also one of the best, mixing Latin rhythms to electronic music.

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  • 6

    San Francisco Cathedral and Catacombs

    4.5
    17 reviews

    The catacombs are part of the San Francisco museum. They are obviously not as large as the ones in Paris, but they once served to bury rich people who paid large amounts of money to be buried in the church, thinking that this would make it easier for them to go straight to heaven.

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  • 7

    Huaca Pucllana

    4.5
    12 reviews

    Nice restaurant inside.

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  • 8

    La Catedral de Lima

    4
    13 reviews

    The Lima Cathedral is a mix of architectural styles - it has classic towers, gothic interiors and baroque doors. Inside the Cathedral are the remainings of Francisco Pizarro, founder of Lima who was decapitated and his body was hidden inside the Cathedral for years before anyone found it. Like any other Peruvian church, there are many references of religious syncretism ...

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  • 9

    Government Palace

    4
    11 reviews

    The best of spanish architecture.

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  • 10

    Barrio Chino

    4
    10 reviews

    calle mas soanaaadaa

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  • 11

    Costa Verde

    4.5
    9 reviews

    I'm just going to say it. Peruvian cuisine doesn't excite me a heck of a whole lot. I'm a much bigger fan of the food in Argentina and Chile. But with this being said, Costa Verde located on the outskirts of Mira Flores is truly memorable. It's expensive, but you definitly get plenty of bang for your buck (or inti). ...

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  • 12

    Parque John F. Kennedy

    4.5
    7 reviews

    Essentially, this park is the heart of the Miraflores District. This place has it all: food carts, artists and performers, a flea market and cats. Lots of cats. Did I mention the cats? If you're around Miraflores, this place is a must-visit.

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  • 13

    Miraflores Indian Market

    4
    8 reviews

    such a colorful market and pleasant area to do shopping in, the Miraflores Indian Market has all the local artisan crafts and souvenirs on offer and at prices that can be negotiated.

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  • 14

    Museo Larco

    5
    6 reviews

    This museum really tells the story of the people and cultures of Peru. The Erotica section is excellent. The restaurant food is good too!

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  • 15

    Paragliding in Lima

    5
    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

    4
    7 reviews

    Zara, iStore, Ripley, Saga, Reebok, Nike , etc. Restaurants Chilis, El grifo, La Trattoria and more. There's also a big food court.

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  • 17

    Circuito Mágico del Agua

    4.5
    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

    5
    5 reviews

    Malecón is what they call the Lima shoreline, that stands on top of a huge wall of eroded land, where the city is. The whole extension of the Malecon on the Miraflores district is covered by beautiful and well cared for parks with playgrounds, bike and running tracks, benches to watch the sunset and free public wi-fi. A truly beautiful ...

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  • 19

    Puente de los Suspiros

    5
    5 reviews

    The Puente de los Suspiros (Bridge of Sighs) is one of the most interesting place in Barranco, a part of Lima, Peru. The wooden bridge was built in the late nineteenth century, and has been a historical landmark ever since. It's called the Bridge of Sighs after a legend that there was once a very rich man's daughter who fell ...

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  • 20

    Pachacamac Ruins

    4
    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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