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  • Lima, the Peruvian capital city, often puts travellers off on arrival. Primarily presenting little interest because of the misty climate for a great part of the year, Lima has a colonial city centre preserving beautiful XVIc houses such as casa de Jarava. In the district of Miraflorés, the Gold museum displays an incredible collection of coins, jewels, weapons, clothing... found in Indian tombs. Barranco ...
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  • The Quechua people, descendants of the Incas, have their own cultural and linguistic traditions
    © Klaus Ulrich Müller / 123RF
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  • © Klaus Ulrich Müller / 123RF
  • © Klaus Ulrich Müller / 123RF
  • © Klaus Ulrich Müller / 123RF
  • © Klaus Ulrich Müller / 123RF
Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Peru

Lima, the Peruvian capital city, often puts travellers off on arrival. Primarily presenting little interest because of the misty climate for a great part of the year, Lima has a colonial city centre preserving beautiful XVIc houses such as casa de Jarava. In the district of Miraflorés, the Gold museum displays an incredible collection of coins, jewels, weapons, clothing... found in Indian tombs. Barranco district, by the sea, is where all the nightlife happens.
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Surface area : 1285220.0 km2

Population : 29549517 inhabitants

Time difference : The UK is six hours ahead of Peru.

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