Lima
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  • Lima: Peruvian Food Tour through Local Markets

    1. Lima: Peruvian Food Tour through Local Markets

    Start with pickup from your accommodation in Lima and travel to the first market of the tour located in the Chorrillos district. Discover the main local fish market of Lima in an area with a strong fishing tradition.  Next, visit the market in the Surco district where you will sample a variety of juices made from Amazonian fruits. You will also have the opportunity to taste other delicious and exotic foods from the jungle. Continue to the Surquillo Market near the fashionable Miraflores district. See a variety of fresh Peruvian produce such as vegetables, grains, and a large variety of potatoes. Finally, visit a local restaurant where you will learn about the national dish of Peru, ceviche. See how it is created, and enjoy a tasting to finish the tour.

  • Lima: Guided Gastronomic Tour

    2. Lima: Guided Gastronomic Tour

    Start your unforgettable culinary adventure by entering a typical Peruvian market where the most representative flavors of Peruvian cuisine will be waiting for you. There you will discover many stands with a wide variety of national inputs, among which you will find traditional Peruvian fruits such as the delicious cherimoya, lucuma and aguaymanto. For all of the seafood lovers there will be pleasant surprise, as the market counts with several species of fish and shellfish that are available. Afterwards, you will visit an exclusive Lima restaurant, where an expert chef will be waiting for you to show you how to prepare the traditional ceviche and pisco sour, two worthy representatives of Peruvian flavor. Finally, you will enjoy a delicious lunch consisting of the most important Peruvian dishes. Once you are done enjoying your traditional Peruvian lunch, you w...

  • Lima: Private Half-Day Shopping Tour

    3. Lima: Private Half-Day Shopping Tour

    Start with pickup from your hotel and explore a renowned local artisan market. With your guide, wander through the various stalls and shops where you will have enough time to find many kinds of Peruvian handicrafts. Find jewellery made with Peruvian silver and precious stones. Shop for beautiful textiles made with precious alpaca wool. Search for souvenirs for family and friends, and take a piece of Peru home with you.

  • Lima: Highlights Day Tour

    4. Lima: Highlights Day Tour

    Begin your day tour of Lima by visiting one of highest points of the city, Morro Solar. Admire the incredible view of the city from atop a 300 meter tall headland riddled with valuable silver deposits. Let your guide introduce you to history of this spot and Peru in general. From there, head to the smallest district of Lima, the bohemian neighborhood of Barranco. Visit its atmospheric plaza as well as the romantic Puente de los Suspiros or Bridge of Sighs. Spot impressive street art and murals as you wander Barranco's narrow streets. Move on to the colorful district of Miraflores and wander around the romantic Parque Del Amor, which features a sculpture by well-known local artist Victor Delfín and offers a panoramic view of the Pacific coastline. Then head to Parque Kennedy, a favorite local hangout. Learn about the history of the park and get acquainted with the many cats living amo...

    The whole was marvellous. Loved the special little touches, chiros and extra facts in the morning, the ceviche at the markets for lunch was to die for. Highly recommend this tour. We did morning and afternoon tours in one day.

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What people are saying about Lima

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 6 reviews

The whole was marvellous. Loved the special little touches, chiros and extra facts in the morning, the ceviche at the markets for lunch was to die for. Highly recommend this tour. We did morning and afternoon tours in one day.

A fantastic day with guides who care about our interests. Clear explanations, links between the present and the past and concern for the community in a city of 12 million inhabitants. I highly recommend this tour :)