The archaeological center, Huaca Pullana dates back to 200-700 AD. This huge construction, made from small handmade, ... More
The archaeological center, Huaca Pullana dates back to 200-700 AD. This huge construction, made from small handmade, sun-dried brick, is 22 meters high. It is divided into two areas, for ceremonial and administrative ends. Guided tours include a visit through the museum, the small park with native flora and fauna and the craftsmen's house where handicrafts are on exhibit and for sale. Admission is free.
Just to be fair, I need to say I don't really appreciate Fusion food that much. However, the food is quite salty. The Groupa I had is over-cooked and the veggies that come with it is extrememly salty. My friend had the seafood soup, and again it's salty. We ordered 3 desserts, the better ones are Pisco Ice-cream parfait, and Rice Pudding filled philo cone with Rasin ice-cream. The service is not very good either as we asked the waiter if he can speak English, he said no, but then he didn't even try to find us an english-speaking waiter. The waiting ime for the food is long and the pisco sour they served us taste really bad. The place is definitely nice especially sitting on the patio you can see the ruins lit up by nice lightings. We were told that the tour to the ruin is included; however, this is not true, and regular admission does apply.
The setting is spectacular, but the food at this Italo-Peruvian-modern cuisine restaurant is what really makes this place special. The rabbit risotto was beyond belief, as was the tiradito for appetizer. I only wish that I could keep on eating, there were so many dishes I wanted to try. Did I mention the scenery? Don't igve it another thought.
it's really just a huge stack of bricks, as the other poster said, but having the tour guide explain the culture that built them and the history is interesting. they have a little garden of traditional peruvian plants and a little zoo of animals that is interesting. the hairless dogs and indeed freaky.
We sort of discovered this place on our first day in Peru and found it fascinating. The library-stacked bricks (vertical instead of horizontal) were not seen again on the trip. It's a huge complex still being excavated and our guide, Alex, despite claiming to only speak Spanish and Japanese well, was very informative. The hairless dogs running around the complex, though strikingly ugly, were interesting--a high body temp makes them popular for keeping sick children warm. Admission is free, though, of course, tip your guide.
This gallery specializes in exhibitions of modern art by national and occasionally foreign artists. Exhibitions generally feature paintings and sculptures,
and works on display are for sale. The gallery is situated on Avenida Larco, right in the middle of ...
What was once the number one beach resort in Lima is now a bohemian barrio par excellence—preferred by artists, writers
and lovers for its serenity and idyllic atmosphere. The area has flourished again, over the last 15 years and ...
With great lights, sound and atmosphere, Discoteca Voce, is a dream for touring artists. The venue hosts concerts, from big
to small, punk to electronic, and keeps patrons entertained to the wee hours. Enjoy.
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