The capital of Peru is on the coast, and it is home to some of the best creative restaurants in all of South America. Great food and plenty of boardwalks for exploring by bike make parts of Lima a great destination for travelers.
About 25% of Peru’s 30 million people live in Lima, so it can be a bit daunting to know what to do in just one or two days. A few suggestions:
- Head to Barranco district for food, fun, sun and nightlife. You’ll get amazing ceviche, plenty of cold drinks and beautiful settings for sunsets.
- Take a gourmet food or tour or city bike tour to discover some hidden gems with local experts
- Take a walk along the Miraflores boardwalk and explore this tourist friendly area, which is great for shopping