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Lima, the city of kings!

Lima was founded in 1535 and in a short period of time became the most important city in the Americas. Today, there are more than eight million inhabitants, and the city shelters immigrants from all corners of the globe, which has transformed it into a mixed city par excellence. In the historic centre, placed by UNESCO on the World Cultural Heritage List, you can visit splendid samples of Colonial architecture like the Cathedral, the Convent of Santo Domingo, and the Convent of San Francisco as well as fantastically wood carven balconies.


Tours to Lima

During your visit, you can explore the famous historic center of the city, the UNESCO World Heritage sites on the Plaza Mayor de Lima - the central square of the city. You can admire the fantastic carved Archbishop's Palace, the oldest house in Lima, Casa Aliaga, the Government Palace where the changing of the guard takes place, and the 18th-century Torre Tagle Palace.


Excursions in Lima

Vacation in Lima

Lima, the main tourist destination in Peru!

​Most visitors to Peru will fly into Lima, so plan to at least spend the day here, if not a couple of nights. There are many ways to explore Lima- you can rent bikes and explore the different historical sights, street art, and districts like Miraflores, Barranco, and Chorrillos, all along the sea with beautiful coastline views. And of course a big draw to Lima is its incredible cuisine, influenced by Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, West African, and regional Amazonian cooking styles. And there is no shortage of places to indulge in some fresh Peruvian ceviche and the nice local cocktail Pisco Sour, if not choosing to do a culinary tour of the city’s delectable secret spots and local favorites. Other options for exploring are the open-air bus which is a hop on/hop off. Another popular option are the free walking tours (tipping required) for those who like to explore on foot. And while on foot make the extra effort to climb El Morro Hill for a panoramic view of the city from above.