Free Walking Tour Peru
The quirky, passionate and knowledgeable guide (in a green vest) takes anybody who shows up on a 2½-hour English/Spanish/French walking...
Iglesia de San Francisco
Originally built in the 16th century, this church has been badly damaged by several earthquakes. It still stands, however, and visitors...
Museo Arqueológico Chiribaya
Opened in 2008, the Museo Arqueológico Chiribaya houses an impressive collection of artifacts from the pre-Incan Chiribaya civilization,...
Two bars split into upstairs and downstairs (with no ground level). Both are dark, narrow and popular with locals who like to kick-start...
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Zig Zag information
Upscale but not ridiculously pricey, Zig Zag is a Peruvian restaurant with European inflections. It inhabits a two-story colonial house with an iron stairway designed by Gustave Eiffel (blimey, that bloke must have been busy). The menu classic is a meat selection served on a unique volcano-stone grill with various sauces. The fondues are also good.
Some heretics claim it’s even better than famous Peruvian chef Gastón Acurio’s Chicha . The various set lunch menús (from S45) are an accessible way to taste-test.