Peru travel guide


Lima Travel Guide

Best of Lima

Plaza San Martin: The Plaza San Martin dates from the 1900s, and was created to honor José de San Martín known as Santo de la Espada and the Knight of the Andes.

Larco Mar: From the street, Larcomar looks like a nice cliffside park with fountains, a few palm trees and a crowd of people perched along the railing looking out to sea. Walk a few steps down and discover a three-story mall, packed with restaurants, fast-food joints, shops, discos, a 12-screen movie theater and a 24-lane underground bowling alley. Larcomar is a mall, but also a destination because it's a diverse jumble of entertainment under one roof, and its location perched on top of the cliffs behind Parque Salazar.

Pachacamac: Pachacamac is other archaeological center of Lima located to the south of the city. It was a great and powerful city that begin the construction of its pyramids towards the 100 years a.d. (DC) and it was in operation until the arrival of the Spaniards. In order to arrive at the site it is quite easy, since by the site they pass routes important, the entrance to the site varies from a New Sun to 10 New Suns.

Other Attractions:
• Church of San Francisco
• Museo de la Nación (National Museum)
• Museo de Oro del Peru (Gold Museum)
• Museo Rafael Larco Herrera

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