A journey to the Sacred City of Caral

If you are visiting Lima, you can’t miss the ancient and mystical citadel of Caral. It is considered among the most amazing tourist places of Peru because its architectural complexity and settlements which date from 3000 and 2000 years BC. Due to its historical and cultural importance, UNESCO included Caral in the World Heritage List, […]

The treasures of the Museum of Viceroyal art of Santa Teresa

More than 300 works of art, including colonial paintings by artists of the Cusco School, sculptures, jewels of religious art and objects of daily use that at are dated from at least three centuries ago, are display in the twelve rooms of the Museum of Viceroyal art of Santa Teresa, in the Historic Center of […]

Art in Barranco and Chorrillos

Barranco and Chorrillos are two of the most traditional districts of Lima. Inhabited since pre-hispanic times, these neighborhoods started to gain more notice during the republic, when the wealthiest families of Lima chose the area as their summer destination, settling in their houses or ranches. In the streets of these two districts it’s possible to […]

A tour around the mansions and palaces of Lima

When it comes to the colonial and republican side of Lima, you can not miss the different houses and palaces located in the center of the city, also known as “Cercado de Lima”. For nearly 400 years, the main city of the Spanish Kingdom in Latin America, has left us a unique and valuable historical […]

Around Lima in 2 days

When it comes to sightseeing in the city of Lima and discovering its rich historical and architectural heritage, the experience can be a great adventure. Spanish colonial houses and archaeological sites contrast with modern tall buildings in a cosmopolitan city. And even though a tour around the Peruvian capital may require a few days, here […]