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    Paragliding in Lima

    7 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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  • 2

    San Francisco Cathedral and Catacombs

    18 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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  • 3

    Huaca Pucllana

    12 reviews

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

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  • 4

    Historic Centre of Lima

    2 reviews

    The historic center of Lima is beautiful because it conserves most of the buildings built during colonial period. If you go on a city tour, do hang out after it's over so you can walk on the narrow streets and on the parks, which most tours usually don't do.

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    La Catedral de Lima

    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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    Parque del Amor

    23 reviews

    Parque del Amor is a park on the edge of the beach that was inspired by Parque Guell in Barcelona. Its wavy walls and mosaic tiles do remind us of the Gaudi work and on the center we have a monument of a kissing couple, where you can usually spot brides taking their engagement photos on weekends.

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    Larcomar

    25 reviews

    I love this place, even though it's basically just a shopping mall that you could find in many parts of the world. However, it is very nice and what really sets it apart is it's location on edge of cliff looking over the rolling swells of the Pacific Ocean. It can be absolutely breathtaking here on a nice day. Also, ...

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    Hacienda Mamacona

    4 reviews

    Beautiful ranch where they show off Peruvian horses. My family was able to reserve the day just for us! They started with drinks and appetizers while they showed off the horses - their announcer spoke English very well! Then they gave us a chance to ride on these horses. Off to lunch - Peruvian buffet with live dancing entertainment. Food ...

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    Cerro San Cristóbal

    5 reviews

    Unfortunately when I visited, it was cloudy and rainy. And yet, you could still make out the light that was emitted from the status at night. The bus took quite awhile to get up the slope, but once there, the status is humungous! Would like to come back one day just to get the views that I'm seeing in the ...

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    Miraflores

    34 reviews

    High end neighborhood in Lima, with a more modern touch. Pretty good place to find a nice hotel or restaurant. Check out Larcomar shopping mall for a great view of the Pacific

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  • 11

    Plaza de Armas

    19 reviews

    The Plaza Mayor de Lima is the most important Spanish colonial plaza. It's where the government palace is located, as well as the Lima Cathedral, the City Hall and the Archbishop's Palace. The whole square was recently restored to look like its original days and they did a very good work, specially with the Spanish wooden balconies.

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  • 12

    Barranco

    18 reviews

    Barranco is the partying district of Lima, where bars and clubs stay open well into the night.

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  • 13

    Government Palace

    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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  • 14

    Barrio Chino

    10 reviews

    Best place to try out a "Chifa" (Chinese-Peruvian restaurant). The arroz chaufa is one of the most typical dishes.

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  • 15

    Costa Verde

    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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  • 16

    Miraflores Indian Market

    9 reviews

    Well it is hard to call this market authentic hand made crafts, most of these goods are now made in factories. However, they do try to imitate some of the traditional crafts from Peru's many cultures, and it isn't a bad place to go souvenir/gift shopping

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  • 17

    Parque John F. Kennedy

    7 reviews

    This park is a great place to wander around, especially on the weekend. Get a snack at one of the many food carts that dot the park, and on the weekend, there are often shows in the sunken stage area and a handicrafts market set up close by. This is also one of my favorite places to get Peruvian art ...

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  • 18

    Museo Larco

    6 reviews

    The Museo Larco is not typically on a short list of things-to-do in Lima but it should be. It contains an excellent collection of pre-Columbian artifacts. As a special bonus, you get to go into a back room with floor to ceiling shelves filled with pottery that didn’t fit into the main museum exhibits. Another bonus is a collection of ...

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  • 19

    Parque de la Reserva

    6 reviews

    This stands out as one of my favorite things about Lima. Entrance to the park was inexpensive and the water features and laser/music show on one of the fountains was awesome. Definitely worth a visit.

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  • 20

    Jockey Plaza

    7 reviews

    Jockey Plaza is a complete mall on the Surco neighborhood, which is a residential area. If you want to go shopping in Lima, this is the place to go - you'll find most american flagship stores like Tommy Hilfiger, Guess, Timberland, Steve Madden, the two department store giants Ripley and Saga Falabella, a large food court and restaurants on the ...

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