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History Museum
“The most beautiful museum if you are interested in pre- Columbian cultures. The small garden is also very pretty and the restaurant very good. Normally open daily from 9am to 10pm (to be checked). Av. Simón Bolivar 1515, Pueblo Libre. Regular ticket PEN 30.”
98lokala rekommendationer
“Here you can see and learn more about our beutiful Lima , just attention with your personal item and go with sport clothes ;)”
55lokala rekommendationer
“Great Mall within walking distance of the property. You will find Victoria Secret, Bath & Body, Pinkberry, Casa y Ideas and many popular US retail shops here. Great food options and movie theaters.”
49lokala rekommendationer
“The Lima zoo is in San Miguel district. Get to know all peruvian animals divided per territory: coast, mountains and jungle. See their events and hours at https://leyendas.gob.pe/”
49lokala rekommendationer
Natural Feature
“http://www.circuitomagicodelagua.com.pe/ The Magic Water Circuit was inaugurated on July 26th, 2007, is still one of the major municipal projects; furthermore, Lima city icon and symbol of the recovery of public spaces in Lima. It has thirteen cybernetic fountains, which are supported by the latest technology, where music, water, sound and laser light are mixed to display unique and incredible shows.”
38lokala rekommendationer
“Further away, this museum is in the city center of Lima. It regularly offers a temporary exhibition on the ground floor and permanently exhibits upstairs Peruvian works, from the pre-Columbian period to the colonial period. It is located in a beautiful garden with some Art Deco elements.”
57lokala rekommendationer
“Beautiful park close to the flat, which has stunning fountain and water and laser light displays in the evenings. This place is a must. Make sure you get in early as the queues can be very lengthy. You will not be disappointed!”
61lokala rekommendationer
“A pub with a lively traditional atmosphere. Great food and drink with latin music and people of all ages dancing around the tables. Great fun and off the tourist trail.”
40lokala rekommendationer
“Traditional pub and restaurant offering excellent typical foods and that brew their own pisco. Do go for the typical Peruvian Breakfast of chicharron and come back at night for great peruvian tapas and sharing plates with "chilcanos" and pisco sours ”
36lokala rekommendationer
“Centro Historico de Lima, is the Historic old downtown of Lima, It has breathtaking architecture and rich history of Lima. You can take an UBER or I can arrange a cab to Plaza San Martin and start your walk there. I recommend you go there early and grab breakfast there at one the cafe's in the area. The Cathedral is amazing and stay for the change of guard at 12pm. ”
27lokala rekommendationer
“This park houses historic buildings, an amphitheater and three museums: the MALI - Lima Art Museum, the Lima Metropolitan Museum and the Italian Art Museum.”
22lokala rekommendationer
“Great value and one of the best public museums in Peru. It is only 10 Soles to get in and for another 20 Soles you can get a guided tour in a range of languages. If you are heading out to cuzco after your stay with us this is the place to visit”
26lokala rekommendationer
Point of Interest
“The Magic Water Circuit is a sound and light extravaganza created with illuminated, dancing fountains. Unlike other fountain shows around the world this series of fountains is intended as an interactive activity where visitors can walk among the fountains and even get wet. It is situated in Parque de la Reserva (Park of the Reserve). Opening Hours: fountain - Wed-Sun and public holidays 3pm-10:30pm; shows 7:15pm, 8:156pm and 9:30pm; Park - Daily 6am-1am. Admission: Park free in the morning and S/.4 from 3pm; Fountain included in park entrance. Tickets at Gate 1 (Jr. Madre de Dios) and Gate 9 (Av. Arequipa block 6) Tip: Dress comfortably; might want to run under the fountains! ”
20lokala rekommendationer
“One of Lima's most visited tourist attractions. Delightful tour of dancing water and lights — more than a dozen fountains send water shooting into the air, choreographed to music and light. ”
14lokala rekommendationer
“Peruvian dancers gather there to practice. Salsa and Bachata lessons for 1 dollar. Lots of green, monuments, life and tradition.”
17lokala rekommendationer