Palacio de Gobierno
To the northeast of Plaza de Armas is the block-long Palacio de Gobierno, a grandiose baroque-style building from 1937 that serves as...
La Casa de La Gastronomia Peruana
This new museum provides a brief but helpful introduction to the world-famous Peruvian cuisine, with three rooms that present the Inca...
Housed in a historic 16th-century building where General San Martin once slept, this cacao museum, with other outlets around the city,...
Museo del Pisco
The 'educational' aspect of this wonderful bar might get you in the door, but it's the congenial atmosphere and outstanding original...
A Lima institution since 1905, this old-world dining hall has served practically every Peruvian president for the last 100 years (the...
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Casa Aliaga information
Innocuously tucked on a side street by the post office is Casa Aliaga, which stands on land given in 1535 to Jerónimo de Aliaga, one of Pizarro’s followers, and which has been occupied by 16 generations of his descendants. It may not look like much from the outside, but the interiors are lovely, with vintage furnishings and tile work. It can also be visited via organized excursions with Lima Tours .