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Lima and San Francisco Monastery walking tour

Join an expert guide and enjoy the hidden gems of the city. Sample local delicacies in the markets, learn some fun stories from the city, and enter the ancient catacombs […]
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Excursion to the Sacred City of Caral from Lima

The Caral civilization is the oldest known in the Americas. The largest and most complex city of these ancient towns is located in Caral, which has been waiting 5,000 years […]
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Guided tour of the Church, the convent of San Francisco and the central market

Visit the church and convent of San Francisco, where the guide will give you an overview of the history of the church, its saint and its traditions.
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Transfer from Lima airport to the city center

Are you traveling to Lima? With Citynautas you can book your transport from the airport to your hotel or the point you want in the city.
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Tickets for the Gold Museum of Peru and Arms of the World

See more than 8,000 invaluable gold items that survived the Spanish conquest, including solid gold statues, statuettes, ornaments, plus pottery, clothing, mummies, and an exhibition of luxurious weapons from around […]
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What to do in Lima in 3 days

The Plaza de Armas and the Center

In the center of Lima we can find some of the oldest colonial buildings in the entire city. The beautiful parade ground is the nerve center of the entire capital, where the most representative buildings are located, such as the cathedral or the presidential palace. In the surrounding streets, we can see old palaces from colonial times, many of which were converted into museums, restaurants or public buildings. Taking a tour of this part of the city is one of the best ways to discover the rich history of Peru, especially the times of the viceroyalty and the later republic.

Visit the port of Callao

The area of ​​the port of Callao is divided into several sectors, which go from the port terminal itself, we can walk along its waterfront, visit the colonial fortress of Real Felipe or the fishermen’s neighborhood: the Balneario de Chucuito, it stands out for its little houses of colors. In the “La punta” sector we will also be able to see elegant mansions from the beginning of the century with a very characteristic Victorian style. Here we will also find a large number of restaurants specialized in fish and seafood, which are reputed to have the freshest products, and their location is a true guarantee of this.

The Barranco neighborhood

The Barranco district is one of the most beautiful and elegant neighborhoods in the entire Peruvian capital. It is located on the Pacific coast just 45 minutes from the city center and its quiet, tree-lined streets are a true urban oasis for the typical Lima traffic chaos. We could say that it is the hipster neighborhood of the city, it is full of colonial houses, trendy restaurants and designer shops, which make it a walk.

The Central market

This gigantic market in the center of Lima is the ideal place for any foodie traveler who wants to know a little more about the country’s gastronomic culture. In its hundreds of stalls we will not only be able to find the freshest products of fruits, vegetables, meats and fish, but we will also be able to find endless spices to take us as a souvenir to our kitchens. This market also stands out for its small restaurants along the way, frequented by locals at breakfast and lunch, which are ideal for trying the most typical foods.

Knowing the Gold museum

This archaeological and military museum in the Santiago de Surco neighborhood in Lima has an incredible collection of more than eight thousand pieces of gold and silver, made by pre-Columbian Peruvian cultures, including the Inca Empire and others even older. In this museum we will also see twenty thousand weapons from all times and countries, a collection that due to its quality, state of conservation and the original owners of these pieces, can be considered one of the most outstanding in the world in this specialty.

The sacred city of Caral

About three hours away from Lima is the sacred city of Caral, an archaeological site belonging to one of the oldest civilizations in the entire American continent. They are a total of 32 monumental buildings, which are dated by experts at about 5000 years old. Visiting them involves a full day excursion from the capital, but it is well worth it if you are interested in history, as well as being an excellent excuse to see beautiful landscapes during the trip.

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