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Urban Lima City Break

Duration
4 Days
Prices From:
US$ 1,524

Urban Lima is designed to get you out, into and around the streets of Lima as well as the many restaurants, markets cafes as you absorb modern life in Peru’s capital. Be a “local - Limeño" for a few days.


Lima is one of those underrated cities that’s eclipsed by attractions elsewhere in the country. In reality, it’s the exciting heartbeat of modern Peru, as you’ll discover on this 4-day Lima city break.

Start at Lima’s most famous attraction, the Larco Museum. With an expert guide at your side, get the inside story on 3000 years of pre-colonial Peruvian history, with lunch in the museum’s much lauded restaurant. Sneak in an early Pisco Sour. We won’t judge! The following day, work off those extra calories with an urban bike tour, exploring the photogenic Miraflores area. Right in the middle of this testament to modern Peruvian money, you’ll find a pre-Incan archaeological site! Admire the architecture of San Isidro, before experiencing the ocean views and cliff-hugging bike tracks Miraflores is known for.

Lima was crowned the World’s Leading Culinary Destination at the World Travel Awards in 2012, and things have only grown since then. Peru makes the most of its coastline, and fish plays a key role in Peruvian cuisine. You haven’t had ceviche until you’ve had it in Peru, and a half day culinary experience will allow you to sample the real thing, along with other delicacies. You’ll even learn how to make a real Pisco Sour. Then dive into the taverns and bars of Lima to see the modern city at play on a guided nightlife tour.


 

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Duration
4 Days
Prices From:
US$ 1,524

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Day 1

Lima Airport to Hotel with Transfer Representative Day

Duration2 Hours

Larco Herrera Museum with Dinner

Food and more importantly, good food is key to any travel experience. Peru was named World's Leading Culinary Destination at the World Travel Awards in 2012. When you combine this with a rich cultural history you have a perfect "fusion" for good food and unique dining.

The Larco Museum is one of Limas most famous attractions and a recommended site to visit when in Lima. Dine at the museum's world class restaurant and enjoy a Pisco Sour (typical South American cocktail), entree, main meal and desert before exploring the museum with your guide. The museum houses a remarkable chronological set of galleries tracing the 3000 years of Peruvian pre Colombian civilization.

Duration3 Hours

Hotel B

Located in the Barranco neighbourhood of Lima, Hotel B offers elegant accommodation with free Wi-Fi. Breakfast and afternoon tea are included and a restaurant is featured on site.

Providing a tranquil environment, the 17 suites and studios at Hotel B feature flat-screen cable TVs, iPod docking stations, and private bathrooms.

Meal Plan Buffet Breakfast
Duration3 Nights
Accommodation

Hotel B

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    Hotel B



    Located in the Barranco neighbourhood of Lima, Hotel B offers elegant accommodation with free Wi-Fi. Breakfast and afternoon tea are included and a restaurant is featured on site. Providing a tranquil environment, the 17 suites and studios at Hotel B feature flat-screen cable TVs, iPod ...

    Located in the Barranco neighbourhood of Lima, Hotel B offers elegant accommodation with free Wi-Fi. Breakfast and afternoon tea are included and a restaurant is featured on site.

    Providing a tranquil environment, the 17 suites and studios at Hotel B feature flat-screen cable TVs, iPod docking stations, and private bathrooms.

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Day 2

Half Day Urban Bike Tour

The trip begins with visiting lovely hidden streets and boulevards in the heart of Miraflores area. Then you will stop by an impressive pre-Incan archaeological site situated in the middle of a residential area, surrounded by big mansions and restaurants. Later, ride through a truly beautiful ancient field of Olives located in San Isidro neighborhood, including its former estate house. The olive trees remaining are some of the oldest of its type in the Americas, planted by the Spanish during the colonial time. Continue cycling through the residential area of San Isidro, enjoying the ambiance, parks and architecture. Once back in Miraflores, stop for a typical snack to recharge batteries in a traditional old spot in town. The tour concludes with cycling along the cliff-edge bike lanes and parks of Miraflores, overlooking the ocean and passing through modern malls, important sculptures, and the park of love, a bridge and an old lighthouse. It is a great insider experience of the city.

Duration3 Hours

Unique Dining Lima - Mangos Restaurant

The Mangos restaurant has been part of Lima's gastronomic scene for over 15 years, growing along with the gastronomic boom of recent times. Its new menu and stunning views of Lima's bay are reasons enough to visit this restaurant. Add to this the fine dining and you have a perfect night out in Lima.

Duration3 Hours
Day 3

Half Day Lima Culinary Experience

Visitors are impressed by the large variety of fish and sea fruit showcased at Peruvian local markets, and you have the chance to sample the local fruits and learn about typical vegetables, followed by a demonstration of how to prepare the famous "Ceviche" at one of the leading seafood restaurants.

Move on with a guided visit to a Pisco tavern and cellar where you will learn how to prepare "Pisco Sour" and other Peruvian cocktails. You will have the chance to flavor the famous national drink, the Pisco in different presentations. Then enjoy a Peruvian traditional lunch.

The day concludes with the chance to purchase Peruvian cookbooks and cooking souvenirs while sampling a nonalcoholic drink (one bottle of water or pop or Chicha Morada) before you return to your hotel for the night.

Duration6 Hours

Taverns and Bars of Lima

Lima was once the gateway for Spanish Colonial expansion, the "door" that which Inca gold and silver left the "New World" and supplies entered. To this day, this rich past can be seen at almost every turn but Liam and Peru has grown and evolved and may do not know, or appreciate that Lima is now a very "funky", trendy and switched on modern city. Art galleries, cafes, beach life, word renowned restaurants and buzzing nightlife make Lima not just a historical stop but a modern cultural experience.

Urban Lima is designed to get you out, into and around the streets of Lima as well as the many restaurants, markets cafes as you absorb modern life in Peru's capital. Be a "local - Liman" for a few days.

Duration4 Hours
Day 4

Lima Hotel to Airport with Transfer Representative Day

Duration2 Hours

Other Information

DEPARTURES:

Daily

PRICE INCLUDES:

  • Airport transfers
  • Larco Museum visit
  • Lima Bike and Culinary tour
  • Taverns and Bar tour
  • All breakfasts
  • 2 dinners
  • All accommodation

PRICE EXCLUDES:

  • Travel insurance
  • International and domestic airfare & airfare taxes
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Meals and beverages not mentioned
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please inquire.

DP LIMCITY4DPE
1 Dec 2017

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