Lima, the “city of kings,” frozen at the very edge of the Pacific Ocean, is fraught with an amazing combination of the Indian past and the modern present. You will walk through the historic center and see all the main attractions, visit the museum with the pre-Incan cultures of Peru and watch the sunset over the ocean. And I will help you understand the history of the city, starting from the "pre-Columbian" times and tell you how Lima lives today. Individual excursion for 1-10 people Duration 5 hours Children Possible with children How it goes On foot $ 125 per excursion Price for 1-10 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
Lima - from the Incas to the modern inhabitants We will begin our immersion in the history and culture of the city with a visit to Huaca Pucclana - a ceremonial complex that was built at the beginning of our era, long before the Incas and the founding of the city by the Spaniards. You will visit the museum, where you will get acquainted with all the pre-Incan cultures of Peru and see the famous hall with gold products. And then we will go to the historical center, where the main attractions of the city are located - Plaza de Armas, the Presidential Palace, the Cathedral. Once upon a time there were Indian settlements on this place - I will explain what the inhabitants of the Peruvian land were doing in the "pre-Columbian" times and how the culture of Lima was influenced by the Inca civilization
Love Park, Bohemian Barranco and Sunset by the Ocean Later, we will walk along the Pacific coast, where you will feel the atmosphere of Lima - a city that combines the unique architecture of the colonial period and features of the modern capital. I will lead you past well-groomed alleys with palm trees and parks with giant trees, we will take a look at the romantic Park of Love. You will also visit the bohemian area of Barranco - the locals call it “the oasis of creators”, because here you can meet Peruvian writers, artists and musicians. We will follow in their footsteps, and the sunset over the Pacific Ocean will be a pleasant end to the walk.
The excursion is pedestrian, no additional costs are provided.
The meeting point is by agreement with the guide, you can discuss it when ordering the excursion.