Visit Lima

The city of Lima, the capital of Peru, is a bustling metropolis located on the country's coast. It is home to over 8 million people and offers a mix of colonial and modern architecture. Tourists can explore its culture by visiting some of its many attractions, such as Plaza de Armas, a grand square surrounded by impressive cathedrals and government buildings; or Miraflores Park, a beautiful green space with stunning views over the Pacific Ocean.

Lima is also known for its rich history; it was originally founded in 1535 by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro and was declared UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991 for being one of the oldest cities in South America. Its central historical district features Baroque mansions, street-side cafes, art galleries and an abundance of museums that showcase Peru's incredible past.