As the only capital in South America that faces the sea, Lima offers endless possibilities for adventures and interesting experiences. From traditional Cevice to Lomo Saltado or Aji de gallina, do to the amazing array of Michelin star Peruvian restaurants, the city is international recognized as the world’s best destination for foodies. With beautiful museums, centuries old plazas, or colonial buildings still standing after so many devastating earthquakes, there is much of its rich history and culture to be discovered .
From strolling down the colorful streets of the artsy district Barranco to watching the sunset over the Pacific Ocean, the most popular budget-friendly attractions include: • Costa Verde • San Francisco Convent and Catacombs • Plaza Mayor (Plaza de Armas) • Plaza San Martin • Larco Museum • Reserva Park
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