Hotels in Lima
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Hostal Lima Norte
Lima 5.1 mi from city centre
Situated in Lima, 11 km from Las Nazarenas Church, Hostal Lima Norte offers accommodation with a shared lounge and private...
Lima 7.4 mi from city centre
Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, Affitta Camere offers pet-friendly accommodation in Lima. Free private parking is available...
Lima 2.7 mi from city centre
In a prime location in the San Martin de Porres district of Lima, Cielo Azul is set 5 km from Las Nazarenas Church, 6 km...
Lima 3 mi from city centre
Conveniently located in the Lince district of Lima, Chicama is set 3.6 km from Museum of the Nation, 5 km from San Martín...
Mochica Backpackers Hostal
Lima 2.6 mi from city centre
Located in Lima, Hostal Residencial Mochica features free WiFi. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk, and luggage...
Lima 5.6 mi from city centre
Set 11 km from Las Nazarenas Church, Shamuy puñog offers accommodation with a shared lounge, a garden and a shared kitchen...
Laderas De Chillón Mz P Lote 1
Lima 9.4 mi from city centre
Located in Lima, 19 km from Las Nazarenas Church, Laderas de chillón mz p lote 1 provides air-conditioned rooms and a garden....
Tourism in Lima
Lima, (freed with the rest of the Republic in 1821), sits beside the Pacific Ocean, a location that gives it a character not found in other South American cities. Meteorologically, it has a very humid climate with stable year-round temperatures. It is a great city for losing yourself: the history and high cultural value found here require a long stay if you are to appreciate all the wonders of the region.
The city of Lima, and in particular its historic center, were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, so be prepared for a city loaded with enchantments. Lima is filled with fascinating little streets and corners, with a multitude of churches and large houses that hoard a vast wealth of history. The main attraction, and the pride of the Limeans, is the Plaza Mayor, the construction of which was begun on the same day as the citys founding. There are a host of churches and religious places of interest, particularly the convents of Santo Domingo and San Francisco. The large houses are another of the citys best features; dont miss the Governmental Palace, the Aliaga House, the House of Pilatos or the Palace of Torre Tagle. The most emblematic location is still the Plaza Mayor, the heart of the city and the point of contact and rendez-vous for all Limeans. It is its people that truly make this city an enchanting place. Be sure to leave a few free days to visit them if you are in the country of the Incas.