Luxury Holidays in Lima


Lima does not possess the elegance of Buenos Aires, the raw beauty of Rio, or the improbable setting of La Paz. But, if you look through the veneer of ‘garua’ mist that rolls down from the Aldean plains, you’ll discover the extraordinary wonders it hides.

Tour ideas

Scratch beneath Lima’s surface and embark on a tour of the historic city. From pre-Columbian temples to conquistador relics and colonial mansions, explore the hidden treasures of Lima depending on what you’re most interested in.

Known as the “City of the Kings”, Lima was once the most important imperial city in South America. An experienced guide can help you uncover its secrets, and our Peru experts can help create the perfect itinerary.

Things to do

Lima is a smorgasbord of cultural curiosities. Visit the museums and galleries, or take a stroll through designer boutiques, exclusive golf courses, and more. After a long day, delve into the vibrant Latin American nightlife, or check in and enjoy the various amenities your hotel offers, including a restaurant on site.

Named the “Gastronomic Capital of the Americas” in 2006, Lima has had a culinary revolution. Enjoy the internationally recognised restaurant scene, and taste the many unique dishes the city has to offer.

Places to visit

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988, walk through one of South America’s most intriguing old quarters, hidden beneath the modern skyscrapers of Lima. Then, visit the stunning Baroque Convent of San Francisco, the largest on the continent, situated within the historic centre. With underground vaults, a library, and catacombs, it is the perfect place to learn about Lima’s past.

Alternatively, relax on the perfect white beaches just south of the city, on the Pacific coast, or stroll through the magic water circuit of the reserve park, downtown.

Start your Lima journey by enquiring at Lightfoot Travel today.

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