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Average Flying Time13 hours 8 minutes
Airline FlyingKLM, British Airways, LAN Airlines, TAM, Air France
Average Flying Kms10162kms
Best Time to TravelJune to November
Time Zone UTC/GMT -5 hours
LanguagesSpanish, Quechua, Aymara
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 4.10203 PEN
Modes of TransportTaxi, Public Transport
Why Fly to Lima
Top 10 Places to Visit
One of the top tourist attractions in the city, the Historic Center is filled with history enthusiasts and inquisitive travellers. Don’t miss this exciting place of interest to enjoy a great deal of history while in Lima.
Located in Downtown, it is one of the famous buildings, which has gone through countless transformations and reconstructions. A frequently visited place, the colonial structure is great admired for its breathtaking architecture.
One of the prominent landmarks surrounding Plaza Mayor, it is one of the UNESCO declared World Heritage Sites in the city. The baroque style architecture is simply awe-inspiring and raved by many visitors.
The walls were the armour to protect the city from pirate attacks. Built during the years of 1684 and 1687, the Walls of Lima features 11 gates and 34 bulwarks. Though some were torn down, there are remnants still in vicinity.
The breathtaking architecture is simply spectacular. A favourite spot among sightseers and architecture buffs, this is the seat of Supreme Court of Peru. Don’t miss to catch a glance at this massive structure while touring around the city.
A notable palace located in Downtown Lima, it is at present the residence of Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This one of a kind palace is also noted for its varied architectural styles.
Also famous as Plaza de Armas of Lima, this is noteworthy among tourists and locals as the birthplace of the city. Situated within the premises of Historic Center of Lima, don’t miss tihs famous plaza while wandering about.
A great place to spend some time, it is one of the famous public museums in the city. It is also noted to be the only European Art Museum in Peru. The vast collection includes original art works including sculptures, drawings, prints and ceramics.
A symbol of the Spanish colonization and a mark to showcase the cultural heritage, the balconies were built during the 17th and 18th centuries which are located in the historical center of Lima.
An amazing structure, built by Polish Peruvian a renowned architect, it is the residence of the Archbishop of Lima. The neo-colonial architecture of the building makes it one of the most visited places in Lima.