Lima: Food History & Local Markets (Food Tour)

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Discover the magic of Peruvian gastronomy through its history and the most delicious dishes from the coast, andes and jungle! We will visit local markets and taste Peruvian food.

Highlights

  • Perfect for lovers of new experiences and new flavors!
  • Visit authentic local markets in Lima city.
  • Try and discover Peruvian food.

Description

1. Local market in Surquillo: After picking you up from your hotel, we will begin our adventure in this colorful and friendly local market in Surquillo District. Be ready to taste different kinds of exotics fruits, coming from different parts of the country. Of course, we won’t live this local market without trying the most representative dish of Lima called “Ceviche”. Also, we will taste a delicious “Causa” which is made with yellow smashed potatoes, vegetables and chicken. There are also other dishes for all tastes such as beef, seafood, even vegan and vegetarian option can be found here. 2. Local Market in Surco: After tasting different samples of food, now we arrive at Santiago de Surco Market, it was very well-known by locals and visitors since the colonial days till now. This will be a good opportunity to try a delicious “Juane” or “Chaufa de Cecina”, typical dishes from the jungle prepared with authentic and organic ingredients from the Amazon. 3. Vineyard Ugarelli: Finally, we will visit a local vineyard located in Surco, which is one of the few that still maintains its customs, traditions and cultural fervor, so it celebrates the Grape Harvest Festival, recognized worldwide as “Vendimia”, the same that has been held in our district since 1938. Ugarelli is dedicated to the production of young dry, semi-dry and sweet wines. On the other hand, the production of Pisco and Macerated wines is almost an obligation for a Peruvian winery. At the end of this amazing and delisious experience we will drop you off to your hotel.

Includes

Hotel pickup and drop-off, only from/to the areas of Miraflores, Barranco or San Isidro. Transport Guide in English or Spanish Snacks, local tapas and piqueos. Customized service.

Important Information

  • - This tour only covers the pick up and drop off from Miraflores, Barranco or San Isidro, outside these areas there will be an extra fee depending of your location. - We recommend you do not eat much before your tour because you will try numerous types of food, snacks and drinks. - If you have any dietary restrictions, please let us know when you book your tour with us. -On Sundays the Vineyard Ugarelli is closed but no worries that instead of it we will visit Lima's most trendy district, Barranco, which is also famous because it is the most interesting and colorful district, known for its 'bohemian' lifestyle and as the local artists favorite district.

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Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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