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Loving Lima: Journey Information to Peru's Capital Metropolis 🏙

Loving Lima: Travel Guide to Peru's Capital City 🏙



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Lima has the seashore, the cliffs, the historical past, the power and the eagerness. I beloved our keep within the neighborhoods of Miraflores & Barranco. Town is certainly an thrilling place and it is solely getting higher and higher.

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26 thoughts on “Loving Lima: Journey Information to Peru's Capital Metropolis 🏙

  1. martin rodri says:

    A big part of the culture: old buildings painting etc. has Spanish origins. Ive been more than 10 times to lima, its a not a human city. A lot of problems, delincuency, pollution, etc. Etc.

  2. et chalaco says:

    Lima is the only megacity in the Americas and perhaps in the world with a panoramic view of the sea which can be seen from a boardwalk full of gardens along the way. It is also the second desert metropolis on the planet, but it is the only one in Latin America where you can surf. Go figure!
    The historical center is a world heritage site and as such it has "outstanding universal value" according to the Organization for the Education, Science and Culture of the United Nations (that is, people who know what they are talking about).
    Interesting activities? Surfing, museums with Pre-Hispanic erotic art from ancient civilizations (The Larco museum has just been recognized as the best in South America and only the second in all Latin America), a park with exotic animals from the Amazonian rain forest, the largest circuit of water fountains in the world, ancient monumental architecture from the Lima culture which includes gigantic temples and anti seismic pyramids even in the middle of the financial centers, and of course, an interesting gastronomical adventure. Also, 3 buildings in Lima have been recognized and have received awards. These include AVA159, Real 2 and UTEC which earned the prize as "The Best Building in the World."

  3. et chalaco says:

    Lima is the only megacity in the Americas and perhaps in the world with a panoramic view of the sea which can be seen from a boardwalk full of gardens along the way. It is also the second desert metropolis on the planet.
    The historical center is a world heritage site and as such it has "outstanding universal value" according to the Organization for the Education, Science and Culture of the United Nations (that is, people who know what they are talking about).
    Interesting activities? Surfing, museums with prehispanic erotic art from ancient civilizations, a park with exotic animals from the Amazonian rainforest, the largest water fountains in the world, ancient monumental architecture from the Lima culture which includes gigantic temples and antiseismic pyramids even in the middle of the financial centers, and of course, an interesting gastronomical adventure.

  4. 13 WhiteKnights says:

    1 Lima is fantastic, rich history and lots to do and yes…its EXTRA great when you go there ALSO for the food, excellent.
    2 Thumbs up if you also think how hot kelley looks…😘😍

  5. kamille55 says:

    Don't waste time with Lima. This video looks like propaganda to me because it is so different from the reality. Please have a look at what Lima looks like on Google maps for instance. This is a real nightmare. The vast majority of buildings are awful, even the historical center is ugly. A few ones have been restaured but even in such a touristic place you see awful buildings and it is so noisy!! There are very few parks, you can't move easily from a district to another one. Their metro is incredibly small. It is always crowded although it is really recent (and with only 2 lines I think currently). You can't cross a road without thinking you'll die because they drive like savages. They never stop, just use their horns to ask you to stop. They have to build bridges for pedestrians because nobody respects them and zebra crossings are not useful in this country…. Again, this is really ugly and absolutely not suitable for many people (older people and people in a wheelchair for instance). Some people can't even cross because of this lack of respect. I remember my husband having to intervene in order to help an old woman crossing the street…. In the buses it is the same problem. Their drivers don't even wait in order to let old people get on and get off. Once my husband saw how an old woman fell on a bus because of a driver…. They are savages. There is almost 0 cultural life in many districts and a few interesting cultural activities in Miraflores and maybe in Barranco, and La Molina I guess (the most expensive districts). There are almost no libraries and no bookshops (a few ones, but not many). The educational offer is of poor quality. Really there are more interesting places to visit and to live in.

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