Lima Holiday Packages
Welcome to Peru's capital, where Incan ruins rub elbows with the stately cathedrals that were built after the discovery of the city by Francisco Pizarro in 1535. Anyone booking Lima holiday packages will be rewarded with a holiday rich in history, a culinary scene not to be missed and sights and sounds that make for the trip of a lifetime.
Things to Do in Lima
The Lima Cathedral resides next to the Archbishop’s Palace on land that was designated by Pizarro himself for the city's first church. Make sure to get your “ash” to the mosaic-covered chapel that still houses his remains. At the Cathedral’s museum, you won’t learn how to turn water into wine—you’ll have to go to Centro for that holy beverage—but you will learn about the Cathedral’s history and see an impressive religious art collection, including ornately carved altars.
El Circuito Mágico del Agua, the Circuit of Magical Fountains, is an incredible sight at night. Set to a soundtrack, these 12 fountains illuminate for a light and water show that is capped off with a grandiose laser show at the Fantasy Fountain.
One of the most impressive things that this city has to offer is a rich culinary culture. Show the locals how you roll at one of the city’s cooking schools, where you can learn how to make pionono pastries and pan chuta. Bring the techniques back home and savour them for a lifetime.
Shopping, Dining & Nightlife
Upscale restaurants or savoury street food? Whatever you're in the mood for, Lima doesn’t disappoint. The city’s food scene is more revolutionary than Jose de San Martin (and he liberated the entire country!). Don't discount the "hole-in-the-wall" restaurants throughout the Miraflores district; you could be cheating yourself out of local cuisine that might even top a high-brow restaurant. However, if you have some extra padding in your budget, splurge at one of the many Michelin-starred eateries in San Isidro for an experience you won’t soon forget.
Lima offers standard shopping malls, but why not pick up something more unique and authentic to the area? Head to the Lima Centro and Pueblo Libre districts, where you're sure to find one of a kind clothing and souvenirs like chess sets involving tiny llamas and traditional flutes you can use to start your own band.
If you're looking to dance the night away, the vast array of clubs and bars will give you a place to do exactly that. You can find the hippest clubs in the Miraflores district, but look into one of Wotif’s Lima car hire options to get you from one hot spot to the next.
Book Lima holidays with Wotif to get your exciting adventure underway. Lima is also a popular gateway city for holidays to Machu Picchu , and you’ll get the best deals through Wotif. Don’t wait—book today, then “alpaca” your bags for the trip of a lifetime!
Things to do in Lima
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