The Peruvian capital stretches along the shores of the Pacific Ocean and enjoys a mild climate, without excessive tropical heat or extreme cold throughout the year. Additionally, and most importantly, annual rainfall is very low. If you’re one to forget to pack an umbrella, Lima is the place for you. The mist that envelops the city seems to preserve its riches.
Lima’s historical centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, due to its relevance during the Viceroyalty of Peru, which contained a large part of South America under the Spanish Empire, from the 16th to the 19th century. Numerous stunning Colonial monuments add to the city’s architectural legacy, including the Lima Cathedral, the San Francisco Basilica and Convent, the Main Square, the Santo Domingo Basilica and Convent, and the Torre Tagle Palace. If you take one of our cheap flights to Lima in October, don’t miss a trip to the Sanctuary and Monastery of the Nazarenes, where thousands of Peruvian pilgrims flock to during the Gentleman of the Miracles Festival, Peru’s most important festival, dedicated to the country’s patron saint.
Immerse yourself in the history of Peru with a visit to the Pachacamac archaeological centre, the main pilgrim sanctuary in the time of the Incas, located in the Lurín district, close to the city.
For lovers of the sea, head straight to the Punta Hermosa zone, where you’ll find some of Peru’s best beaches, such as La Isla (ideal for surfing), El Silencio and Señoritas.
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