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Lima: Barranco Osma Museum, Pallas Crafts, Bridge of Sighs
Visit the bohemian Barranco, the most artistic district of the Peruvian capital.
- Visit Barranco, the most colourful and artistic neighbourhood in Lima, known for its bohemian lifestyle and nightlife.
- Its streets combine the colonial past of Lima with its more modern side, reflected in urban art and buildings with ocean views.
- Visit The Osma Museum where you will see a wide collection of Peruvian colonial art.
- Enjoy the romantic bridge of sighs.
DescriptionEnjoy a tour of Lima's cultural district of Barranco. Barranco has become known as a bohemian neighborhood with a budding art scene. Its old colonial mansions are being turned into restaurants, cafés, clubs, design shops, art galleries, and museums. Stroll through the coastal neighborhood and soak up its history. Start with a hotel pickup and transfer to Barranco. Visit the Osma Museum to check out a wide collection of Peruvian colonial art. Next up, visit Las Pallas, a craft and traditional folk art shop. Explore the wide and colorful variety of pieces brought from artisanal communities around Peru. Finally, enjoy a magical walk through the romantic Bridge of Sighs, which inspired the great Peruvian singer Chabuca Granda to compose one of her most iconic and well-known songs. Before returning to the hotel, stop at a restaurant in Barranco for lunch at your own expense.
IncludesPickup and drop-off Touristic transportation English and Spanish-speaking tour guide Admission to Pedro de Osma
- Roundtrip transportation is available from hotels located in Miraflores, San Isidro, and the Historic Centre of Lima.
- This activity does not include pickup from private residences and Airbnbs. If you staying in such please contact the local partner prior to the start of the tour in order to coordinate a meeting point for the pickup
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- The use of face masks in public places is no longer mandatory due to a decrease in COVID infection in Peru. With the exception of health facilities, ground transportation services and closed spaces without ventilation. However, it is recommended that persons over 60 years of age who have received less than three doses of COVID continue to use the KN95 mask for preventive purposes.