Lima, the capital of Peru, is where about one third of the country's population resides. It is the economic and political center of the country. Its historical buildings, palaces, churches, large houses with balconies, as well as parks, stand out in the heart of the city. The more touristy neighborhoods like Miraflores and San Isidro accommodate the upper-middle class of the city and offer a variety of restaurants, nightlife, and entertainment. The city is distinguished by the many museums it possesses, some of which are the most important in the country.
On the outskirts of Lima are the main beaches of Peru which you can get to by highway. These beaches are visited mostly during the summer.
Capital of Peru, it is located in the middle of the country on the coast of the Pacific Ocean.
When to go
Plaza Mayor, Cathedral, Palace of Government, Plaza of San Martín, University Park, Park Italiano, neighborhood of Miraflores, neighborhood of San Isidro, Barrancos.
How to get there
Lima is the port of entrance into Peru. The majority of international flights arrive to the Jorge Chavez Airport. At the same time, the city is connected by highway to the other main routes in the country.
Photography, cultural tours, surfing, swimming.
Hotels, accommodation, trails, transportation, medical services, malls and plazas.
Surroundings and Nearby Areas
Los Pulpos(Octopus) Beach, El Silencio (The Silence), Punta Hermosa (Precious Point) and Punta Rocas (Rock Point). Lomas de Lachay National Reserve, Pantanos de Villa Reserved Zone, Pachacámac. Cajamarquilla. Marahuasi.