E11***35Miraflores is a busy commercial area where consisting hotels, shops with accessible, beautiful coast line. At there, you should taste the BBQ pork meat, local beer after the great view of sunset. On every Sunday morning, the city centre with no traffic along the main road for people organizing leisure events there. What a nice municipal care …
M25***40Taxis will wait for you at the door and then send you back. Also, the label instructions on the exhibits are clearly written and no guide is needed. Inca culture pottery, textiles are so amazing.
D31***61One thing that you have to say about LIMA is it has some of the most beautiful buildings that I have ever seen. there is a large police presents so you feel very safe providing that you stay in all the tourist in busy areas of the city. I would definitely say LIMA is worth a visit if you are coming to South America
E11***35Locating at Old town where is the must visiting place when you're there. Besides the San Francisco Cathedral, numbers of historical sites you can visit. Not only this, you can taste the local food (for instance, raw fish, BBQ meat etc) there with reasonable prices.
M25***40This is a nice church, a great landmark to see from a distance. The interior is great, the basement is a bit boring, the outside is a great statue, and the lovely wooden door ( depicting the important women in the Bible). A well worth the trip, a must do!
Lima Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
Miraflores is very lively and Happening area of Lima. You can find various snacks shops, Beautiful Park, sea side and people enjoying. There are Bars, Restuarants just walk away from Broadwalk. There are many hotels and Hostels where most of the tourists stay. from Miraflores you can reach to park where there is walkway and Statue of Love. From park area you can walk down and enjoy Sea Side. There are also restaurants which sell sea food. In night with lights it looks more beautiful. Ine can easily soenf 3-4 hours.
Ramada Encore has a great location, San Isidro, in the financial zone. So, if you are in a business travel and needs to move around San Isidro, this is a good location, once Lima traffic is terrible and the best way is moving by feet.
Rooms are clean, comfortable and provides the basic amenities, such as hair dryer, vault, water heater, cable TV and a small desk. Frigobar is available, but it's empty. Wireless is good and I had about 50 MBs download and upload rating.
Hotel provides room service (24 hours) with a few options, but there is a restaurant in the second floor. Breakfast, generally, is a complimentary service and it's good.
We stayed overnight in Lima before our trip to Cusco. Decided to go out to Miraflores and chose Fairfield Inn, and used my Marriott points for the stay.
The hotel is brand new, about a year old. It’s modern with 4 USBs in the room which was much appreciated to get all of our recharging done.
There were several restaurants that are walking distance to the hotel as well as grocery stores nearby.
We only had a few hours in the morning before returning to the airport, so the staff arranged our taxi back to the airport. We also enjoyed the complimentary breakfast with fresh omelette, potatoes, coffee and bread.
It was a really good stay, and highly recommended. I only wished that we had more time to explore
We ended up booking the Westin during our trip after not being impressed at the JW which we stayed at before heading to Cusco. They were wonderful with arranging our transportation from/to the airport as well as providing a car to do a short city tour (sadly, we missed the Plaza de Armas as areas of the street were closed off due to the elections).
The food here was wonderful and the staff at the restaurant were super kind and accommodating.
Our room was very clean and spacious, and whatever amenities we requested were brought up very promptly.
We will definitely stay here the next time we are in Lima :)
Lima Peru is a great place to enjoy the best food, as Peru is well known for it, and see the historical traditional side of it and also the modern new style. #happynewyear #instagramworthydestinations #deliciousfood
Peru has been our favorite trip this year. We simply love how diverse the country is. From rainforest to deserts, ruins from the Incas and vibrant cities.
"The last dog of the single dog, I have eaten a year's dog food in Lima's ""
Throughout the ages, the picture of love has been meticulously portrayed by countless people, depicting the most wonderful encounters in life. This time in Lima, they found their love bridge, Lima Love Park.
Lima Love Park was built on Valentine's Day on February 14, 1993. It is adjacent to the rough ocean shore, green grass, flowers all year round, and the park area is small. It is a good place for people to relax and exercise. . It is also a good place for local young people to talk about love and marriage, and attracts tourists from all over the world. Some interesting activities are held in the park, such as the kissing marathon.
The most famous landscape in the park should be the sculpture by the Peruvian artist Secret Victor Delfin the sculpture, which shows that a pair of lovers are warmly kissing. Due to the bold expression of the artist, the work has caused mixed social repercussions. Over time, everyone accepted it, and the popularity of the statue has been greatly enhanced, becoming the famous landscape of Lima.
There is a love bench made of broken porcelain in the park. The bright colors and sweet verses complement the sunset in the distance, providing a good place for people in love to express their love. The various patterns on the bench all show the characteristics of Inca, the patterns of various sun gods, and the characters that cannot be understood. Many local lovers and foreign tourists often sit on benches and confide in each other, overlooking the beautiful seaside scene, breathing fresh air and enjoying the gentleness of the sea breeze.
The park has a wide lawn in the middle, green grass, and the flowers are planted to show mysterious patterns. I have never understood the various patterns of Lima, maybe only local people understand it! Maybe this is the belief of the Inca civilization! The popular project in the park is paragliding. Feel free to take in the sights of Lima Beach with your loved ones.
The park is next to the Pacific Ocean. Overlooking the vast ocean waves, watching the waves, watching the mountains and rivers connected, watching the clouds and clouds, watching people come and go, the panoramic view.
Finally finished the love park, single dog should not stay for a long time, slipped away...
Address: Malecn Cisneros
"Lima Cathedral: Hundreds of years of wind and rain, but still survived after several earthquakes"
Spain for 300 years of colonial rule in South America and the ancient city of Lima is an important testimony of Spain's colonial rule against Peru. The old town retains too many historical sites, disembarking, heading straight to Lima Cathedral, and experiencing several earthquake-defying churches.
Cathedral of Lima, located on the northeast side of Plaza de Armas, is a Roman Catholic church originally built in 1555 and completed in 1649. It was damaged by the 1746 earthquake and has been repaired several times. Reconstruction, but still maintains the colonial architecture and appearance, because architecture and repair have experienced many years, and also has a diversified character in architectural style. The existing buildings are a mixture of Baroque, Gothic and Romanesque architectures, which caused considerable controversy and was quite different from the original Baroque architectural style designed by the Spanish Renaissance architect Francisco Besera.
The entire church is white in appearance, and the two towers that are tall and tall are his hallmarks. The main entrance of the church is engraved with many biblical figures, such as the disciples of Jesus, in a Renaissance style. The entire church was built with gray mud, and as soon as you enter the church you can see the long chandelier falling from the top. There is a beautiful chapel and silver altar in the church, and the small auditorium has the shackles of the Spanish colonial leader Pizarro who moved here in 1891. The exquisite dome of the church, the unique checkerboard floor and the carved choir sit on the table. Inside the cathedral there are many churches on both sides of the Church of Jesus Maria and the Church of El Tenov and the Jesuit Church.
Impressive is the statue on the church platform. Once you enter the church, you can see this dazzling presence, making it more solemn and sacred, with a melodious organ sound~
Address: Jiron Carabaya Lima 15001 .
Transport: In the old town of Peru, it is recommended to take a taxi.
Tickets: 10 Sol for adults, 2 Sol for children
Opening hours: 9 to Monday to Friday
"Walk in the Inca market, special crafts, dark food, there is always the same thing that can make you clap your hands"
memory of Peru, starting from Lima. The first step in integrating with Lima begins with the Inca market.
The market is in the miraflores area, next to the Indian market, opposite the Inca Square, these three places are very close, so you can stroll around the other two. The
Inca market is very large, with bronzes, silver ornaments, alpaca products, glass products, Turkish jade articles, wood carvings and various handicrafts. Many items are very Peruvian or Inca traditional culture.
The market is full of shops, neat and uniform. The main products sold here are crafts, which are more exquisite in work and fair in price. I bought a small piece of jewelry, about 6 sols, and I can also use a knife. I can bargain about 2 sols. /
Take a look at the flowers. The alpaca shawl is a special gift of the Lima market. The shawl has a soft texture, the warmth effect is very obvious, the color is gorgeous, and the preparation process is very comfortable. In addition, there are a lot of Latin American Inca alpaca plush products, super soft and super soft. All kinds of alpaca sweaters, blankets, and cushions are fluffy, and I really want to bring them home. It feels like real cashmere.
There are also Ma Ma's most home-grown produce, tropical fruits, herbs and legendary maca. The best frog juice in dark dishes is also freshly squeezed. I couldn't resist the temptation, or bravely tried some of Lima's specialties~
In addition to eating, here you can see the locals making handicrafts and seeing one piece of crafts in their hands. Inca's color is particularly eye-catching, the color is very skillful to use, seeing such a bright color, the mood is suddenly cheerful~ walk around, buy some small crafts, eat and drink and experience the special food.
The shrinking of a city, not the tallest building, but the market of such a pyrotechnic ~
address: Petit Thouars 5321, Distrito de Lima 15074.
Transportation: Located in Lima City, take a taxi or walk.
Opening time: 10