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Tours to Lima


Lima Tours:

Lima, Peru`s capital was founded by Francisco Pizarro the Spanish conqueror in 1535. With over 8.5 million inhabitants it is the biggest city in Peru. Lima is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of the cultural diversity that makes Peru a distinctive country. Lima has always been a strategic location for ancient and modern civilizations as shown by the historic archaeological sites such as Caral or Pachacamac. Lima’s Colonial architectural style is exceptionally rich and this can be seen in churches and convents, such as Santo Domingo, San Agustin, San Francisco and La Merced. Energy and dynamism thrives in Lima’s cultural nightlife.
Museum of Larco Herrera
Located in the Pueblo Libre District, the Larco Herrera Museum has the largest private collection with 45,000 pieces of pre-Columbian ceramics. This fine-looking colonial mansion exhibits items from the Moche Dynasty (AD 200-700) that developed on the northern coast of the country.

Peru Classic Tour takes you to the incomparable Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Lake Titicaca (exceedingly large and the highest navigable lake in the world), as well as the world-famous Nazca Lines! As if that weren’t enough, we also venture out to the Ballestas Islands (a magnificent marine sanctuary), the Huacachina Oasis, and one of the deepest canyons on the planet, the Colca Canyon! The stark contrast of traditional ways of living (high in the Andes) and modern-day life, as it’s lived in Lima, will surprise you, delight you, and may just leave you speechless.

DAY 2. Lima Tour, “The City of the Kings”

The tour of Lima starts with a panoramic view of Colonial Lima: Plaza San Martin, Lima’s main square where the Cathedral is located, the Convent and Church of San Francisco, the government Palace and City Hall. The Lima Tour continues with a visit to the Huaca Pucllana, considered an Incan holy place. Afterward, stopover in the Parque El Olivar, full of olive trees brought in Peru by the Spanish. Next, stop in the Parque del Amor (the Park of Love) from where you will enjoy a stunning view of the Pacific ocean. The Lima Tour ends with a visit to the Museo Larco, where pre-Columbian artifacts in gold and silver are on display alongside the renowned Erotic Pottery collection.

With the Amazing Peru Tour you experience both the wonderful and the beautiful in this fascinating country. The tour begins with a visit to the exclusive Museo Larco Herrera in Lima, a stop to see the mesmerizing Nazca Lines, and finally the elegant city of Arequipa – steeped in colonialism. Later, we uncover the secrets of Inca life with visits to Saqsayhuaman, Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Huayna Picchu, as well as the unbelievably beautiful Machu Picchu Sanctuary – a true, once-in-a-lifetime experience!

DAY 2. Colonial, Ancestral, and Modern Lima Tour

The tour to Lima, the City of the Kings, begins with a visit to Plaza San Martin, the Government Palace, and City Hall. A visit to the Museo del Banco, which used to be the seat of Peru’s Central Bank, is a must. Later the tour continues with a visit of one of the more important religious monuments in Lima: the Convent and Church of San Francisco. Next a view of the Huaca Pucllana animates the Lima City Tour. This archaeological clay site shaped like a pyramid was built using seven impressive platforms and used by the Incas as a center for both ceremonies and administration. At the end of the morning, a tour of the most modern part of Lima is a must: the beautiful districts of Miraflores and San Isidro. At the end of the afternoon you will visit the Museo Larco Herrera. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, the Museo Larco houses the most exclusive pre-Columbian gold and silver collection in the world.
Overnight stay in Lima

The Lima-Nazca Express tour is a 4-day trip which unveils the beauty of the beauty of this fascinating country. Travel begins with a visit to the the enchanting Museo Larco in Lima; an arid and pristine desert along the Carretera Panamericana; the Ballestas Islands in Paracas; and the unique Huacachina Oasis in Ica. In addition, this tour attempts to reveal the secrets and the mysteries of the two civilizations that created the enigmatic Nazca Lines – the Paracas and the Nazca.

DAY 1. Lima, the City of Kings

This Lima Tour begins with a view of some of the most renewed colonial buildings: Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral, Plaza San Martin and the visit of the Convent and Church of San Francisco. The tour continues with a visit to the archeological site of the Huaca Pucllana constructed in Inca times. Later a visit of Modern Lima with the districts of San Isidro, Parque El Olivar and Miraflores with the Parque del Amor where you can sit and admire the beauty of the Pacific Ocean. Later you will be amazed by the Museo Larco Museum exhibiting one of the most beautiful pre-Columbian gold and silver collections, as well as a renowned erotic pottery collection.

The Nazca Lines to Lima Tour begins in the city of Nazca, in close proximity to the world-famous Nazca Lines themselves. The desert, lovely sand dunes, and the Pacific Ocean provide a very scenic backdrop for this particular tour. Along the way, we visit various cultural and natural sites: the Nazca Lines, the Ica Regional Museum, the Ballestas Islands, the Paracas Natural Reserve in Ica, as well as the Museo Larco in Lima. For the adventurous, there’s also a chance to sand board or take a ride in a sand-buggy in the Huacachina Oasis area.

DAY 4. Lima, the City of Kings

This tour of Lima begins with an overview of Plaza San Martin and the main square. Here, we visit the Convent and Church of San Francisco. The complex is regarded as an outstanding example of and testament to Colonial art. Next, the tour proceeds to Huaca Pucllana, an archaeological site dating back to Inca times. Later a visit to several trendy Lima districts: San Isidro and Miraflores. The Lima City Tour ends at the Museo Larco.

This two days excursion is the occasion to see the beauties of one of the most exciting capitals in South America: Lima! The City of Kings has lots to offer and during this visit you will visit the city centre and the refined Larco Museum. The other attraction of this tour is the Ballestas Islands. Located just four hours’ drive from Lima, the Ballestas Islands are unique with an extraordinary wildlife and an impressive quantity of birds. Enjoy thi Lima Tour!

DAY 1. Lima, The City of Kings

The Lima tour begins with the view of a few important colonial buildings such as the Plaza San Martin, Plaza de Armas, the Government Palace and City Hall. Then, the visit to the Convent and Church of San Francisco and the Huaca Pucllana Ruins, an archaeological site built by the Incas and considered to have been a sacred place. The Lima Tour continues with an excursion to the nicest modern districts in the city: San Isidro and Miraflores. Finally, the excursion draws to a close with the visit of the Museo Larco.

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