Casa de la Riva
Casa-Capilla de San Martín de Porres
Right across the street from the Santuario de Santa Rosa de Lima, this building (now a center of religious study) commemorates the...
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...
Santuario de Santa Rosa de Lima
Honoring the first saint of the Americas, this plain, terra-cotta-hued church on a congested avenue is located roughly at the site of...
Built in 1909, the Teatro Segura puts on opera, plays and ballet.
One of several informal bistros in the Gastón Acurio brand, Tanta serves Peruvian dishes, fusion pastas, heaping salads and sandwiches....
Casa de la Riva information
Lonely Planet review
This handsome, 18th-century mansion features beautiful wooden balconies, an elegant patio and period furnishings.