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Lima is the capital and largest city of Peru. It is located in the valleys of the Chillón, Rímac and Lurín rivers, in the central part of the country, on a desert coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Together with the seaport of Callao, it forms a contiguous urban area known as the Lima Metropolitan (...) (from Wikipedia).
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From Trip: South America (Nov 8 - Dec 15)
By: mykron19

Arrive in Lima (11/26) by plane ($519).

Day 1: 11/26:  Arrive in Lima and settle in.

$519   Sky Sky Airline SCL 2:30p → LIM  4:25p 3h 55m  nonstop
Day 2: 11/27: Visit Lima: city center, museums etc.
Day 3: 11/28: Visit Lima and/or around Lima.
Day 4: 11/29: Relax and visit something for FUN!
From Trip: South America (Nov 8 - Dec 15)
By: mykron19

12/08: Arrive in Lima from Cuzco (STARPERU.COM) around noon and stay until next morning (5am).

From Trip: My South America Journey
By: GraemeBarrow

Day 37-38;
Founded by Francisco Pizarro, on the Day of the Three Kings (Epiphany) in 1535, Lima is known as the City of Kings. It is Peru’s capital city and as such, deserves a visit. The Plaza de Armas is the heart of old Lima and you’ll find the Cathedral, Government Palace and Archbishop’s Palace. The Cathedral dates back to the 1700s and houses the remains of the conquistador Pizarro.

To get a feel for colonial Lima, take a cab to the Plaza de Armas and watch the changing of the Palace Guard in the afternoon. Walk around the streets surrounding the Jirón de la Unión for great examples of Spanish-colonial architecture and to experience life in a large South American city. There are many fine museums in and around the city, including the Museo Rafael Larco Herrera, which houses an equally impressive collection of pottery, mummies and textiles from the Paracas and Nazca cultures. An optional city tour visits many of the cities highlights.

The more affluent coastal districts of Miraflores, Barranco and San Isidro offer good
nightlife and cafés. The Limeños are friendly and the city’s many interesting museums, churches, markets, restaurants and nightlife will surely entice you. Seafood lovers should be sure and try a ceviche, for which Lima is well known.

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