Lima: Miraflores, Barranco and San Isidro Small Group Tour
- Pickup available
- Skip the line
- Duration: 3.5 hours
From US$ 49
Wait for your local guide at your hotel lobby and get ready to start the tour. First, discover the beauty of Miraflores. Learn the history of this emblematic and most visited district of Lima. Also, admire from the outside the archeological site of Huaca Pucllana. Understand the importance of this ceremonial and administrative center made of adobe and clay. Then, visit The Olive Trees Park in San Isidro district. Relax in this peaceful green area full of ancient preserved olive trees. Also, visit the beautiful Love Park and celebrate love in all its forms. Take photos of The Kiss, an iconic sculpture made by the acclaimed Peruvian artist Victor Delfin. Admire the surroundings from the tiled benches inspired in Antoni Gaudí's Parc Güell in Barcelona. After that, enjoy from the cliffs of Miraflores awesome views of Lima and the Pacific Ocean. Then visit Barranco, the artsy neighborhood o...
Immerse yourself in the mythical and magical history of ancient Peruvian civilizations at the Larco Museum. Discover the religious worldview of the ancient Peruvians of the Andes and Coast, who left behind thousands of vestiges which you can study today at the museum. See over 35,000 exhibition pieces and discover the economic and religious activities of ancient Peruvians, including ceramics, weaving, and metallurgy. Next, witness the unique spectacle that is the magic water and lasers dance show. Considered a must-see by locals, don't leave Lima without visiting this attraction. Explore 13 different interactive fountains and see their unique light shows. Watch the fountains sparkle and shine as the water flows in unique patterns and shapes, for a night that you'll never forget. Upgrade your tour to include a spectacular show with Peruvian Paso horses in a traditional hacienda located...
Soak in Lima's most incredible sights on a private sightseeing tour of the city. See the catacombs beneath San Franciso Convent. Explore Casa Luna's collection of nativity scenes. Appreciate countless examples of colonial architecture. Kick off the tour in the heart of the city, taking a panoramic tour of the town, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Arrive at the Plaza Mayor from to see the Presidential Palace and the Cathedral of Lima, imposing buildings still in use. Next, walk to the Church of San Francisco to explore an enviable collection of old books and a network of catacombs open to the public. From there, move to the district of San Isidro to visit the Casa Luna Museum. Find an exquisite collection of nativity scenes from around the globe. Finally, go to the district of Miraflores to visit the Parque del Amor, located in Miraflores cliffs with a spectacular view of the...
Wait for your local guide at your hotel lobby and get ready to start the tour. After pickup, go to the bike station to get all the necessary equipment to explore the city. Your guide will briefly explain the route. From there, discover the most important emblematic sites of Miraflores district. Ride at a relaxed pace along Love Park and celebrate love in all its forms. Take photos of The Kiss, an iconic sculpture made by the acclaimed Peruvian artist Victor Delfin. Admire the surroundings from the tiled benches inspired in Antoni Gaudí's Parc Güell in Barcelona. Also, enjoy the panoramic views of the city and the Pacific Ocean from the cliffs of Miraflores. Then, get back on your bike to visit Barranco, the artsy neighborhood of Lima. Be amazed by its beautiful murals. Cross the iconic Bridge of Sighs and don't forget to make a wish. Finally, ride back to Miraflores to return your bike...
Dive into the history of Lima's San Isidro and Miraflores neighborhoods. Visit Barranco; home of Peru's most renowned artists. Start your tour strolling through the districts of San Isidro and Miraflores. Visit El Olivar de San Isidro; an old colonial hacienda where olive trees were grown. Move on to the artistic district of Barranco. Visit the Pedro de Osma Museum and take in its tall windows, carved columns, gardens, and sculptures. See what makes it one of the most beautiful summer mansions of Lima's bourgeois past.
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It was good but I wanted to visit more places in those districts.