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Lima, the capital of the Republic of Peru, lies in a spectacular settlement on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Known worldwide as the City of Balconies, the charm of its historical center together with the striking balconies were declared World Heritage Site by Unesco.

For trips lovers, the city is very attractive, especially for its pre-Hispanic culture evidences and gastronomy of authentic flavors.

Lima is among the few cities worldwide that own golf courses in the heart of San Isidro, its main financial district. Also, this destination is ideal for surfers, as the Green Coast is close to the city. We propose different activities that you can enjoy during your stay with us, do not miss out!

Plaza Mayor
The Plaza Mayor of Peru is located in its historic center. From there you can see the most emblematic monuments of the city, such as the Government Palace, the cathedral, the Municipal Palace, the Union Palace and the Archbishop's Palace.
Basilica Cathedral of Lima
In the Plaza Mayor of Lima stands the impressive Basilica Cathedral of Lima. Its spectacular Renaissance-style facade and its neoclassical towers do not leave the traveler indifferent. The cathedral has three main naves and two added naves where the chapels are located.
San Francisco Convent
The San Francisco Convent is a building that stands out for its peculiar architecture. It is made of adobe, rushes and mud walls to avoid the earthquakes of the area. In the center, it is striking its impressive Mudejar dome made of wood. There are also catacombs that worked as a cemetery until the 19th century.
Huaca Pucllana
You should not miss Huaca Pucllana, a place that stands out for its architecture pertaining to Lima culture and built in the years 200 and 700 AD. It is formed by a pyramid and a set of patios, squares and facilities made of adobe and filled with boulders and sand.

Huaca Pucllana served as a ceremonial center. There resided priests who gathered the political, economic and religious power.
We can say that the Peruvian food is a perfect fusion between the culinary tradition of the old Peru and the Spanish cuisine, influenced later by other cultures. Exquisite dishes and an authenticity of flavors from four continents will delight the most demanding palates.

You cannot leave Lima without trying some of our delicacies like fish ceviche, pisco sour, alpaca in aguaymanto sauce or cau cau, among others.