The great City of Kings and all its wonders

The great City of Kings and all its wonders

Natasha Clay

What is your favor part of Lima?

Don’t have plans for Semana Santa/Holy Week? Expedia has recently published a Lima vacation travel guide video of Peru on YouTube that highlights many attractions and districts of Lima.

One of many places that was mentioned in the video was the famous Huaca Pucallna. The beautiful Huaca Pucallna are ruins right in the middle of Miraflores. This archaeological site offers tours by day and night and also features a restaurant where you can sit on the patio and admire the ruins while enjoying a meal.

Another great mention in the video below is of the Museo Larco . This attraction is located in a colonial mansion of the eighteenth century and is home to pre-Columbian gold and silver and a gallery of erotic pottery. The mansion also features a beautiful terrace where you can enjoy lunch before continuing your tour.

Check out the video below for more inspiration on what to do over the long weekend or whenever you have time.

Lima Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

https://www.expedia.com/Lima.d178277.Destination-Travel-Guides Lima gives access to the mystical city of Machu Picchu in the Andes, Lake Titicaca in the highlands, the lush Amazon jungle and Peru’s coastal desert. But, before you go to see all of this, it’s worth exploring the capital first.


(Video: YouTube)

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