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Lima Holidays

Lima holidays

Located on the coast at the mouth of the Rimac River, Lima was once known as the pearl of the Pacific. Wandering around modern-day Lima provides a snapshot of the complexity of the country, one of marked contrasts, struggling to blend the traditions of rural life with the realities of modern industry.

To feel the true spirit of the city stroll through the streets of the old city which resemble a Moorish town, with many wooden balconies adorning the fronts of the traditional manor houses. The central area has splendid colonial Spanish squares and churches, including the Plaza Mayor, Plaza San Martin, the cathedral, and the churches of Santo Domingo and San Francisco.

Situated on the cliffs above the sea Miraflores is one of the ‘garden districts’ of the capital, characterized by its green areas, where you can also find the best restaurants and hotels.

Museums in Lima

Holidays In Lima


Located in the Lurin Valley, 31km from Lima lies the site of Pachacamac. The area was a pre-Inca sanctuary, first settled in 200BC and over time became a vast complex of palaces and temple-pyramids, to which pilgrims from different parts of the territory went to pay homage to the god Pachacamac. The area survived Inca and Spanish conquests and through the ages, several civilisations adapted the city for their own use.

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