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Lima, a love at first sight for those who wish to live a unique experience. Did you know that Lima is the most populated city in Peru and the third largest city in America? (Behind São Paulo and Mexico City). After the Peruvian War of Independence, it became the capital of the Republic of Peru. About a third of the country’s population lives in this city. It is a city that has a large heritage and many attractions to visit, its historic center is very important and comprises part of the districts of Lima and Rimac and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. In it is the Basilica and Convent of San Francisco, two of the most welcoming and artistic corners to visit in Lima. Nearby is also the Plaza Mayor, the main public space in Lima. Around it are the buildings of the Government Palace of Peru, the Cathedral of Lima, the Church of the Sagrario, the Archbishop’s Palace of Lima, the Municipal Palace of Lima and the Club of the Union.

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Among the attractions to visit in Lima are those related to natural areas and stand out two traditional zoological parks, Parque de las Leyendas and Huachipa Ecological Park located east of the city in the district of Lurigancho-Chosica. There are also many parks to visit in Lima such as Parque de la Reserva, Parque de la Exposición, Campo de Marte, Parque Universitario and Park Mariscal Castilla, in addition to the aforementioned, the beautiful historical center and the variety of museums .

[mkdf_section_title title=”Good to Know” title_color=”” title_text_transform=”” title_text_align=”” margin_bottom=”” title_size=”small”][mkdf_info_items][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Location:” description=”Central coast of Peru, facing the Pacific Ocean and on the banks of the Rimac River, at 154 meters above sea level.”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Population: ” description=”10 million inhabitants approx.”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Time zone: ” description=”GMT-5″][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Electricity: ” description=”220 V AC, 60 Hz.”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Visas: ” description=”The most open country in the world, only travelers from India need a visa to enter Peru. (they only need to have the valid passport).”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Climate: ” description=”The city of Lima has a subtropical and desert climate, in the summer months (December-March) the climate is sunny and warm and has an average temperature of 26 ° C (79 ° F). In the winter the days are gray, cloudy and humid. The average temperature at this time ranges from 12 ° C (54 ° F) to 15 ° C (59 ° F).t).”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”When to travel to Lima? ” description=”Lima can be visited at any time of the year. “][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Migrations: ” description=”Calle España 734, Breña. Tel.:330-4111″][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Hotels in Lima:” description=”Booking.com”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Fun centers in Lima:” description=”Brisas del Titicaca Typical Show”][/mkdf_info_item][/mkdf_info_items]
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