Lima SightseeingFrom $145
Lima is the Gateway to Peru and the Peruvian Capital of Gastronomy.I´m Interested!
Tour Length: 3 days and 2 nights
Departures: Every day
- Day 1 LIMA
- Day 2 LIMA
- Day 3 LIMA
Assistance on your arrival in Lima and transfer to your selected hotel. Time at leisure to rest and set-up your trip around this magical country.
City tour Lima Breakfast. In the morning, shared sightseeing tour to the most attractive and important spots in Lima, the "City of Kings". The tour includes Lima's Historical Centre, passing by Plaza San Martin, Plaza Mayor, the Government Palace, the City Hall, the Cathedral and its Religious Art Museum, and Lima's Colonial Balconies. We will visit the Convent and Church of San Francisco, the greatest monumental complex of Colonial Art in America and Cultural Heritage of Humanity. We then drive through the residential districts of San Isidro and Miraflores, passing by the Huaca Pucllana, a ceremonial and administrative centre of the Lima Culture built in the II century A.C. that the Incas considered as "ñaupallaqta" or sacred town. We will also visit El Olivar Park with olives trees brought from Spain in the XV century, the Central Park of Miraflores and Larcomar, a symbol of modern Lima and a tourist and entertainment centre as well as a privileged site to enjoy an amazing view of the Pacific Ocean. Free time for lunch. Afterwards in the afternoon, shared tour to the Larco Museum for an excellent overview of Peru's ancient past as it holds the best private collection of pre-Columbian art in the country. The museum has many fine samples of textile works, one example of which has a record breaking 398 threads per inch; materials and tools used by ancient to produce their work in ceramics and metal; it also holds Pre-Inca and Inca period pottery, gold and silver pieces with semiprecious stones. Return to your selected hotel for overnight.
Breakfast. At proper time transfer and assistance to the airport or bus station. Departure from Lima. End of the services.
- Hotel Breakfast.
- 02 night accommodation at the selected hotel.
- All transfers.
- Escorted bilingual transfer.
- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
- Lima City Tour and Larco Museum, as stated in the itinerary.
- All entrance fees.
- Airport Taxes
- Alcoholic drinks, soda or bottled mineral water.
- Other Items stocked in the Hotel mini-bars.
- Personal expenses.
- International or National personal telephone calls.
- Aldo Dolci Tour & Travel it reserves the right to make changes to the above itinerary due to social commotion, strikes, weather conditions, flight cancellations, or lack of availability due late booking.
- If such changes happen the economic incidences resulting as a consequence of those changes will be billed to the passengers.
Very Important Remark
Dear visitor: we do have the lowest prices according to the level of the services. We will meet or beat any internet published rates from companies outside Peru including the package tours. All HOTELS and TOURS are based on US standards. All our programs may be tailored according on your requirements whatever the length of your staying, or any special interests or specific activities, optional destinations or tours.
Larco Museum and Pueblo Libre
Culinary Tour in Lima
Pachacamac and Larco Museum
Real Felipe Fort and Navy Museum
- Rates are per person, tours are provided in private.
- Minimum number of participants for private tours are 2 pax.
- All tours includes transport, guide and admissions.
- Culinary Tour does not includes lunch.
- All tours depart from Hotels and end in Hotels.
- Special quotes for groups larger than 4 passengers.
- S.I.C: Seat in Car service.
- N/A : Not Available.
Along with a visit to the Larco Museum, founded in 1926 by the Peruvian archaeologist Rafael Larco Hoyle, visit the Pueblo Libre district, a beautiful old villa that conserves architectonic and cultural vestiges of the different stages of the Peruvian history like the beautiful Church of Santa Maria Magdalena which was built on 1557 among other places. This tour is a complete show of the Peruvian Culture. The museum showcases remarkable chronological galleries providing an excellent overview on 3000 years of development of Peruvian pre-Columbian history. Features the finest gold and silver collection from Ancient Peru and the famous erotic archaeological collection, one of the most visited Peruvian tourist attractions. In the garden don’t miss the restaurant Café del Museo, led by the most prestigious Peruvian Chef Gastón Acurio.
Peru has well deserved the reputation of the finest cuisine in South America. This tour will begin visiting a typical market in where you will have an explanation of the different vegetables, fish and seafood which came from our coast. After get some knowledge of our variety of products the tour continue towards the restaurant Señorio de Sulco where you will have a didactic lesson of how to prepare a "Ceviche", "Lomo Saltado", "Causa" and our traditional drink the no less famous "Pisco Sour". During the lunch, on your own, you will also taste our traditional dishes as well as a variety of delicious desserts.
Drive 30 minutes south-east of Lima to visit the Pachacamac Pilgrimage Centre. Built around 700 A.D. as a temple for the worship of the sun god, Pachacamac, it housed an oracle that is believed to be one of the main pilgrimage centres in pre-Columbian Peru, and on a par with Cusco. Pilgrims flocked here from far away to worship Pachacamac, who was believed to be the creator of the world and its creatures. The site includes palaces, plazas and temples that have been painstakingly restored. The on-site museum has a collection of local relics. Conclude the tour with a visit to the Larco Museum, housed in an 18th century colonial mansion that hosts the most extensive collection of pre-Columbian art in Peru. It contains fine examples of textile work, one of which has a world record-breaking 398 threads per inch, as well as the tools ancient Peruvians used to produce metals, huaco ceramics and gold and silver pieces with semiprecious stones.
The Real Felipe, the most imposing of all the fortresses built by the Spanish in their American colonies, is located in Callao, Peru's principal port. It was constructed from 1747 as a defence against pirate attacks from corsairs who knew very well that Spanish galleons, loaded with Inca gold, departed from here. The fortress is currently the seat of the Peruvian Army Museum. The Real Felipe has a true aura of history, and the military authorities therefore decided that the location was an ideal place to exhibit the army's different aspects during the past, and from Inca times onward.
Very Important Remarks:
|Larco Museum and Pueblo Libre||US $ 60|
|Culinary Tour in Lima||US $ 60, lunch is not included.|
|Pachacamac and Larco Museum||US $ 60|
|Real Felipe Fort and Navy Museum||US $ 50|
|Seat in Car for the Larco Museum||US $ 45|
|Tourist Hotel: Monte Real||Twin US $ 190, Triple US $ 145|
|Standard Hotel: Allpa or Runcu Hotel||Twin US $ 250, Triple US $ 215|
|First Class Hotel: 4 Points by Sheraton or Ibis||Twin US $ 315, Triple US $ 285 if available.|
|Luxury Hotels: Marriott, Orient Express||Single US $ 950, Twin US $ 615|
|Tax and Services fee||Included|