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Peru’s gastronomical
& commercial centre

The city is in constant movement, and the past is regularly being rediscovered.

Lima offers an extraordinary scope of sensations, colours and flavours.
You can visit the city’s impressive cathedral, fly over the ocean, enjoy a photogenic sunset, or savour unmatched cuisine.

With its port of Callao and its location at the centre of Peru’s Pacific coast, Lima was long the only point of contact between the country and the outside world.


11,045,000 (2020)


0–1,550 m (0–5,090 ft)


January 18, 1535

You just need to let us organize your trip to Lima in the best way to get to experience the best the city and its surroundings have to offer

Lima‘s rich history and vibrant culture provide a breadth of activities for all visitors.

This city is filled with squares like Plaza de Armas that feature colonial architecture as well as pedestrian hangouts like Malecón de Miraflores.

If you are interested in its history, you can visit unique places like The Convent of San Francisco and distinct museums, such as Larco Museum and The National Museum of Archeology, Anthropology and History of Peru.

If you are a foodie, experiencing Lima’s culinary scene is an attraction in itself, so make sure you carve out time to sit down, relax and enjoy some praised Peruvian cuisine.

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