Museo Andrés del Castillo
Housed in a pristine 19th-century mansion with Spanish-tile floors, this worthwhile new private museum showcases a vast collection of...
Iglesia de las Nazarenas
One of Lima’s most storied churches was part of a 17th-century shantytown inhabited by former slaves. One of them painted an image of...
Jirón de la Unión
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the five pedestrian blocks on Jirón de la Unión, from the Plaza de Armas to Plaza San Martín,...
Facing the Plaza San Martín from the Gran Hotel Bolívar, this frayed yet bustling spot is known as ‘La Catedral del Pisco’ for purveying...
Lined with wine bottles, Queirolo is popular with office workers for cheap menús featuring staples such as papa rellena (stuffed...
Nicolás de Piérola 589, 18th fl, Central Lima · interesting places nearby
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A travel agency that is not exclusively gay, but that organizes gay-friendly group trips around the country.