Lima respects its past and achieves the perfect harmony between tradition and contemporary architecture. To cross its streets is to admire its churches, archaeological sites and mansions with balconies that coexist with modern buildings. In 1991, its Historic Center was declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity: its artistic monuments were to be protected.
Lima is also the only South American capital with access to the sea. Its beaches are perfect for surfers and on its boardwalks, the gentle breeze refreshes bike rides and walks. You can also fly paragliding over the Pacific Ocean.
In this city with lineage, founded in 1535, the abundance of natural products, the fusion of techniques and cultures, forged in centuries a gastronomy with mestizo identity. For the excellent quality and passion of Peruvian chefs, Lima has been named Gastronomic Capital of Latin America.
Lima, a love at first sight for those who want to live a unique experience.