Lima Coolest NeighbourhoodPeru · 6 Items · Anna De Mondey
Handpicked by a Peru Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Lima Coolest Neighbourhood'.
Barranco Barranco is one of the smallest districts, however, it is also the bohemian area of Lima for being the place of residence of many local artists. Formerly it was a fishing village, who through the 'descent of the baths' accessed the sea to undertake their daily activities. Over time, it became the summer resort for upper-class families, who installed their large beach house in thi...More info
Miraflores boardwalk The Malecón de Miraflores is a park with walkways that runs along the upper edge of the Costa Verde cliff that belongs to the Miralfores district. The view of the Pacific Ocean from the Malecón de Miraflores has no discussion, it is beautiful. For this reason, it is one of the things you cannot stop doing in Lima. And not only for its view but for its abundant green space...More info
Miraflores Miraflores is one of the districts of Lima with the most influx of tourists due to the number of attractive places, restaurants, hotels, and the ocean view. Live the activity of the most dynamic neighborhood of the city, where many of the options to do on your trip to Lima are located. Considered in addition to the safest districts of Lima. Located next to two districts of equal...More info
San Isidro San Isidro is considered the financial sector of Lima, as it is the district where the administrative headquarters of the main banks and companies in Peru are located. At the residential level, it is the district where the upper-class families of Lima live, so it is common to see luxury shops and restaurants that are not seen in the other districts. Of course, things are a bit more e...More info
Santiago de Surco Santiago de Surco was one of the first towns in Peru and was officially founded as a district in 1929. Today it is a mainly residential area of the middle and upper class, although it has interesting tourist attractions that we tell you in this guide. This district is characterized by the quantity and quality of its parks. In fact, it is considered the ecological to...More info
El Callao Callao is officially a neighboring city of Lima, commonly known as the Port of Lima because the entire port system of the city, both maritime and air, works there because the Lima airport is also located there. Although it is not a district of Lima, it is considered a neighborhood that you can not miss because of the tourist activities it offers for visitors. What to see in C...More info