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Peru’s capital and largest city, Lima, is actually made up of many smaller cities, creating a diverse destination with no end of things to explore. With so many things to do in Lima, we can tailor make sure you don’t miss any of the sights.
Foodies will be in heaven in Lima, as Peruvian cuisine begins to make itself more widely known on the world stage. Try national favourite ceviche in the Surquillo district’s Boulevard of Gastronomy, washed down with a pisco sour – Peru’s national drink.
History fans will want to take a trip out to Machu Picchu during their stay in Peru, but there’s plenty to see in Lima too. Visit the Larco Museum for a private collection of artefacts that date back before Incan times, the Aliaga House, a building as old as Lima itself, or the catacombs in San Francisco church.
The many districts in Lima mean that you can’t see the whole city in a week’s visit. Speak to our travel experts for tips on the districts that you just can’t miss, or let us take care of your whole trip and book everything in for you.