Skateboarding Barranco's Streets to Surfing the Pacific's Waves (VIDEO)

Early one March morning, two Lima-based expatriate friends decide to ride their human-powered vehicles through Barranco and Miraflores to the Costa Verde surf break, La Pampilla. Colin (skateboard) is a local economic development consultant from Canada, and Nicholas (bicycle) is a doctor from Germany. Neither knew how to surf before moving to Peru.

First Stop, City of Kings (PHOTOS)

Continue the inspired family adventure series and check out what happens when they arrive in the city of Lima.

Part One: San Pedro de Casta (LONG READ)

A travel story enriched with historical and cultural understandings that every “woke” traveler will want to read.

A look inside Barranco's newest boutique hotel

The owners of Casa Republica talk about dividing their time between Australia and Peru while constructing their US$ 5 million project.

7 of the most beautiful beaches beyond Asia

The beaches just south of Lima, in the district of Asia, are often uncomfortably popular during the summer months. Looking for another option? Head further south. (Photos: El Comercio)

Lomas de Lachay: Paradise away from the beach

During this time of year travelers tend to choose the southern beaches in Lima. Wouldn’t you like to do something different?

Lima: A must-see route to immerse yourself in history

In its 482-year of foundation, Lima proves it still has much to offer the public. Although time progresses, it has not lost its essence. (All photos: El Comercio)

Through the streets of Lima: Julio C. Tello Park

This tidy and kept park is a favorite for Surco residents. Have you taken a trip to this park? (Manolo Villanueva Hurtado / Por las calles de Lima)