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Explore Lima in a different way and see the vibrant bohemian neighborhoods and colorful street art. Discover the Barranco and Callao districts and learn about the artistic expressions of the city.
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- Walk around the bohemian district of Barranco and appreciate the beautiful urban art
- Visit the interesting exhibition of Jade Rivera, a famous Peruvian urban artist
- Explore the Fugaz art gallery
- See the colour street graffiti in Callao
DescriptionStart this colorful afternoon from your hotel, then drive with your guide to “El Callao”. Once in Callao, discover a place full of art and history, and walk around old streets rejuvenated by colorful murals and urban art. After time to take plenty of pictures, visit the “Fugaz” art gallery, where you will find different kinds of art expositions like photography, paintings, sculpture, and more. Continue with this cultural ride around Lima by taking the highway alongside the Pacific Ocean to Barranco. On the way, hear some stories about Peru and its capital city or maybe talk about any topic you are interested in. Barranco is one of the most colorful places in Lima and is known as the bohemian district. Here, capture different art expressions and enjoy one of the best views in Lima. This section of the tour also includes a visit to the Jade Rivera exhibition. Rivera is a muralist whose technique and style are determined by his personal experiences and his perspective of the environment in which he lives. Likewise, man's relationship with nature is another recurring motif in the artist's pieces. After Barranco, you'll be taken back to your hotel.
IncludesTransportation from hotels in Miraflores, Barranco, and San Isidro Tour guide Entrance fees
- Please bring comfortable clothes and shoes, sunblock and a sweater, snacks, and water
- Please bring some local currency with you because some small business might not accept credit cards