Lima Perú

Lima Perú

GMT-5
Spanish
Nuevo sol
220V

Currently one of the most dynamic cities in South America, Lima was the capital of the Vice-Kingdom of Peru under Spanish rule, from the 16th to 19th centuries. Situated at the edge of the Pacific Ocean – and cut by the Rímac River –, Lima has consolidated itself as one of the world's meccas for culinary arts. The good food, combined with a variety of museums and art galleries, archaeological treasures, bohemian and cultural neighborhoods, and modern shopping centers, have made it an essential destination in the Latin American tourist circuit.