Museo Postal y Filatélico
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the Peruvian mail system can be found at the Museo Postal y Filatélico next to the main post...
Iglesia de Santo Domingo
One of Lima’s most storied religious sites, the Iglesia de Santo Domingo and its expansive monastery are built on land granted to the...
Plaza de Armas
Lima’s 140-sq-meter Plaza de Armas, also called the Plaza Mayor, was not only the heart of the 16th-century settlement established by...
Lonely Planet review
One of several informal bistros in the Gastón Acurio brand, Tanta serves Peruvian dishes, fusion pastas, heaping salads and sandwiches. Though service is a little uppity, the food is generally good (if overpriced). Desserts are better: try a heavenly passion-fruit cheesecake mousse, nicely paired with a stiff espresso.