All faces, cultures and flavors of Peru converge on its capital. Dubbed the City of Kings for its Spanish founders in 1535, Lima became the jewel in colonial America and as witnessed their churches, convents and mansions that still retain their poise in the Historic Center. Its pre-Hispanic heritage is also remarkable because it was a place of worship of singular importance. Lima, a city that faces the sea, is also modern, fun and above, gourmet. The restaurants, the traditional food such as melting, make a visit to become a delight for the senses. El Callao, his proud port, also has architectural and natural treasures. His culinary specialty is seafood.
Lima is the gastronomic capital of South America. His original letter inherited the best of the Andean, Spanish, African, French, Italian, Chinese and Japanese cuisines. Be sure to try the ceviche, the cause, or some lomo saltado captivating dessert or drink with pisco sour, Peru cocktail.
The rocks are presenting local music and dances of Peru, both coastal and Andean. Lima night also enjoyed in restaurants, bars, pubs and nightclubs.
From crafts from all corners of the country to garments made from fine natural fibers like alpaca, vicuña and Cotton, Lima is an ideal place for shopping. What to do in the districts of San Miguel, San Isidro, Miraflores and Surco.
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The city of Lima has a dry and warm climate. The average annual maximum temperature is 21 ° C and the minimum 17 ° C.
Terrestrial: Interconnected by the Pan American Highway with several coastal cities of Peru, Ecuador and Chile. To the east, the Central Highway allows communication with other cities in the central highlands and jungle.
Air: Regular flights to major cities of the world from the Jorge Chavez International Airport (located in the Callao Region, about 30 minutes from the city of Lima.).