What was once the number one beach resort in Lima is now a bohemian barrio par excellence—preferred by artists, writers ... More
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 its parks and republican-style mansions have regained past splendour. Cross the Puente de los Suspiros to the scenic pier overlooking the Pacific ocean. Catch a musical or cultural performance in one of the barrio's plazas, stroll along the boulevard and stop in at one of the many bars, such as La Noche .
Second home Peru lives upto its name and is like a second home for tourists. This house was once owned
by a Peruvian sculptor Victor Delfin and this is evident from the innovative and creative decor graced by the ...
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 Government Palace of Peru, also known as House of Pizarro, was the house of the Peruvian government headquarters and
was built over a huge Indian burying ground, Waka, that had a shrine of Indian chief Taulichusco. It has ...
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