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Crowne Plaza Lima

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Sugerencias locales

Sugerencias locales

Visita obligada

Housed in a breathtaking 100-year-old mansion, Museo Pedro de Osma offers a glimpse into the beautiful home and grounds of the wealthy art collector. Don't miss the finest painting, the 18th-century, Virgen de Pomato, among the items on permanent display.


Built on a bluff below Parque Salazar,Larcomar Outdoor Shopping Center features a number of dining options and upscale shops, all overlooking the ocean. You're sure to find something new at this chic mall, located a few blocks from our hotel in Lima.


Experience the thrill of paragliding through Lima, Peru. Our hotel's staff can help you arrange a tandem flight or a course with one of the certified instructors at Fly Adventure. The school offers a beautiful tandem flight over the beach and Miraflores.

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Guiding visitors through the highlights of the city's history, the National Museum is one of the biggest and most important in Lima, Peru. Our hotel's location is five miles from this museum, which has three floors of exhibits ordered chronologically.

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Facing the ruins of a 1,500-year-old pyramid, Huaca Pucllana offers diners a unique experience. Choose from the varied menu of Novo Andino cuisine, which adds a modern twist to older recipes. This restaurant is less than a mile from our hotel in Lima.

Cosas que hacer

Cosas que hacer

Larcomar Outdoor Shopping Center

Larco Avenue, Lima, Lima

In this place you can enjoy a great view to the sea and eat the best typical food in Peru

Gold Museum

Alonso de Molina 1100, Monterrico, LIma,

The Gold Museum of Peru has on displays master pieces found no where else in the world. The Gold Museum houses the largest collection of Gold of Peru, showing unique pieces representing animals, birds, human beings and ancient gods.

National Museum

Plaza Bolivar S/N, Lima, Lima, Lima Lima 01

The Museo de la Nación in Peru, known in English as the National Museum of Peru, is the largest and most important of Peru's museums. Located in the capital Lima, today it houses a vast collection of human cultural artifacts spanning the entire human occupation of Peru and dating as far back as 14,000 BC

Indian Market

Petit Thouars 5321, LIma,

Such a colorful market and pleasant area to do shopping in, the Miraflores Indian Market has all the local artisan crafts and souvenirs on offer and at prices that can be negotiated.

Costa Verde Beaches

Down beside the pounding rollers lies the Costa Verde beach area, so named because of vegetation clinging to the steep sandy cliffs. A bumpy road follows the shore from an exclusive yacht club and the Chorrillos fishermen's wharf northwest past both Barranco and Miraflores, almost to the suburb of Magdalena. The sea is cold but the surfers still brave it. The Fisherman's Wharf ($0.30) is always an interesting place for a stroll, surrounded by pelicans and, early in the day, fishermen unloading t

Pachacamac´s Sacred City

A guided tour of the splendid and vast archaeological citadel of Pachacamac, the temple of the deity, Pachacamac, believed to be the creator of the universe and a divinity adored by old Andean civilizations. A sacred and ceremonial site dating back to the beginnings of Christianity where thousands of pilgrims converged to pay tribute and consult the Pachacamac oracle, who they believed could see the past, the future and people's fate.

Main Square

The Plaza Mayor or Plaza de Armas of Lima, is the birthplace [1] of the city of Lima, as well as the core of the city. Located in the Historic Centre of Lima, it is surrounded by the Government Palace, Cathedral of Lima, Archbishop's Palace of Lima, the Municipal Palace, and the Palace of the Union.[2]

Barranco Bohemian District

Named after the ravine that slices through the district and opens onto its sandy shores, Barranco is the bohemian heart of Lima where many of the country's foremost artists, musicians, photographers and designers live and work. Its charming colonial and Republican mansions, flowery parks and languid aura give it a distinctly romantic feel and its Puente de los Suspiros (Bridge of Sighs) is a tryst for lovers all across the city.

Horse Race Track

Avendia El Derby s/n puerta 3, Surco, Lima,

Located in the neighbourhood Monterrico inside the Hippodrome, the Jockey Club Peru is one of Lima's premiere horse racing track and club. Proud host of a number of horse races. This venue attracts the A listers of the city who come here to show off their stylish clothes and make their presence felt. The Club is also filled with horse racing fans who come here to bet on their stud to win.


Avenida Camino Real 770, San Isidro, Lima,

The Lima Golf Club is particularly close to the city and is to be found alongside the Country Club Lima Hotel. With 18 very scenic holes and a golfing par of 72, this course is amongst the oldest within the Pacific River Basin, dating as far back as 1924, and remains highly regarded throughout Latin America.


Calle San Martin 509, Miraflores, Lima, No aplicable 18

A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE IN LIMA 2 hours of guided experience /· DARK RIDE: A tour full of special effects across the history of Peruvian gastronomy. / EXPERIENCES AREA: Prepare your own ceviche and pisco sour. /·"THE TASTE OF PERU": A Peruvian market with a spectacular staging 10-stage tasting with the best of Peruvian gastronomy.