Built in the late 1800s, this Bridge of Sighs is a landmark in the Barranco district, so called for the lovers who steal away ... More
Puente de los Suspiros
Built in the late 1800s, this Bridge of Sighs is a landmark in the Barranco district, so called for the lovers who steal away here. It crosses over the winding waters that run down to the beach, joining the streets of Ayacucho and La Ermita on either side of the high riverbanks. The area has quality eateries and food vendors gather here to sell typical local food at affordable prices. Initially the structure stood 44 meters long by three meters wide and eight and one half meters high, but was reduced to ease car traffic flow.
El Muelle is just a few blocks from Barranco's main square and the famous Puente de los Suspiros (Bridge of
Sighs). It offers a wide variety of exquisite fish and seafood dishes, including the famous cebiche, which consists of ...
The construction for the first church and cloisters of the Dominican Order was completed in 1578. The Altar de Los
Santos Peruanos; a magnificent neo classical Altar to The Peruvian Saints is decorated in turquoise and gold. Other highlights ...
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 ...
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