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Lima Flights Guide

Lima, PeruLima is the capital city of Peru and the hometown of fictional bear, Winnie the Pooh. It mixes colonial architecture and modern elements, with a wonderful blend of cultural and historical attractions. With strong influences from the days of Spanish rule, it has a mixed European and South American charm. Lima is built in a valley and encircled by dry deserts.

The very best of Peruvian cuisine can be enjoyed in the city, as well as international fare. Lima is known as the Gastronomy Capital of the Americas. It comes, therefore, as no great surprise, that Lima is a haven for foodies. Cerviche is a top choice. Try Pisco Sour, the national Peruvian drink, and Inca Kola. Be warned – you may see guinea pig on the menu! Fish and seafood are particularly popular.

Central Lima is home to many of the city's fabulous attractions, including the Plaza de Armas, beautiful churches, the historic heart of Lima, and many examples of colonial architecture.

Take a stroll through the historical area and discover fantastic gems at every turn. To see into Lima's ancient past, visit Huaca Pucllana, and the slightly further afield Caral.

One of the city's top attractions is Parque de la Reserva, with fountains and a laser show. There are several museums in Lima, with Museo Larco being one of the favourites. For kids, try the Magic Water Circuit and the Chocolate Museum.

Of Lima's religious sites, some of the best include Santa Domingo Monastery, the Church of San Francisco, San Pedro Church, and Saint Rose's Church.

Barranco is a great place for night life. It sits alongside the beach and has a laid back feeling. Miraflores District is also a popular night time spot. Many tourists head to the area for its abundance of bars, restaurants, clubs, hotels, and shopping spots.

Jorge Chavez International Airport is a major gateway into the city. Buses link the city to the rest of the country. Taxis are widely available, though foreigners are advised against using shared taxis. Mini buses ply the streets and are a convenient way of getting from A to B. Lima also has a metro system and a rapid bus system. Various tours of the city are available.

Lima is the capital city and the home of fictional bear, Winnie the Pooh. It mixes colonial architecture and modern elements, with a wonderful blend of cultural and historical attractions. With strong influences from the days of Spanish rule, it has a mixed European and South American charm. Lima is built in a valley and encircled by dry deserts.

The very best of Peruvian cuisine can be enjoyed in the city, as well as international fare. Lima is known as the Gastronomy Capital of the Americas. It comes, therefore, as no great surprise, that Lima is a haven for foodies. Cerviche is a top choice. Try Pisco Sour, the national Peruvian drink, and Inca Kola. Be warned – you may see guinea pig on the menu! Fish and seafood are particularly popular.

Central Lima is home to many of the cities fabulous attraction, including the Plaza de Armas, beautiful churches, the historic heart of Lima, and many examples of colonial architecture.

Take a stroll through the historical area and discover fantastic gems at every turn. To see into Lima's ancient past, visit Huaca Pucllana, and further afield Caral.

One of the city's top attractions is Parque de la Reserva, with fountains and a laser show. There are several museums in Lima, with Museo Larco being one of the favourites. For kids, try the Magic Water Circuit and the chocolate museum.

Of Lima's religious sites, some of the best include Santa Domingo Monastery, the Church of San Francisco, San Pedro Church, and Saint Rose's Church.

Barranco is a great place for night life. It sits alongside the beach and has a laid back feeling. Miraflores District is also a popular night time spot. Many tourists head to the area for its abundance of bars, restaurants, clubs, hotels, and shopping spots.

Jorge Chavez International Airport is a major gateway into the city. Buses link the city to the rest of the country. Taxis are widely available in the city, though foreigners are advised against using shared taxis. Mini buses ply the streets and are a convenient way of getting from A to B. Lima also has a metro system and a rapid bus system. Various tours of the city are available.

Lima is the capital city and the home of fictional bear, Winnie the Pooh. It mixes colonial architecture and modern elements, with a wonderful blend of cultural and historical attractions. With strong influences from the days of Spanish rule, it has a mixed European and South American charm. Lima is built in a valley and encircled by dry deserts.

The very best of Peruvian cuisine can be enjoyed in the city, as well as international fare. Lima is known as the Gastronomy Capital of the Americas. It comes, therefore, as no great surprise, that Lima is a haven for foodies. Cerviche is a top choice. Try Pisco Sour, the national Peruvian drink, and Inca Kola. Be warned – you may see guinea pig on the menu! Fish and seafood are particularly popular.

Central Lima is home to many of the cities fabulous attraction, including the Plaza de Armas, beautiful churches, the historic heart of Lima, and many examples of colonial architecture.

Take a stroll through the historical area and discover fantastic gems at every turn. To see into Lima's ancient past, visit Huaca Pucllana, and further afield Caral.

One of the city's top attractions is Parque de la Reserva, with fountains and a laser show. There are several museums in Lima, with Museo Larco being one of the favourites. For kids, try the Magic Water Circuit and the chocolate museum.

Of Lima's religious sites, some of the best include Santa Domingo Monastery, the Church of San Francisco, San Pedro Church, and Saint Rose's Church.

Barranco is a great place for night life. It sits alongside the beach and has a laid back feeling. Miraflores District is also a popular night time spot. Many tourists head to the area for its abundance of bars, restaurants, clubs, hotels, and shopping spots.

Jorge Chavez International Airport is a major gateway into the city. Buses link the city to the rest of the country. Taxis are widely available in the city, though foreigners are advised against using shared taxis. Mini buses ply the streets and are a convenient way of getting from A to B. Lima also has a metro system and a rapid bus system. Various tours of the city are available.


Browse our Lima Holidays or the Lima Airport guides for further details and hot travel tips. Country travel information is available at our Peru Holidays guide.