Iglesia de San Agustín
This church has an elaborate churrigueresque facade (completed in 1720), replete with stone carvings of angels, flowers, fruit and, of...
Iglesia de la Merced
The first Latin Mass in Lima was held in 1534 on a small patch of land now marked by the Iglesia de la Merced. Originally built in 1541,...
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,...
Built in 1909, the gorgeous Teatro Segura puts on opera, plays and ballet.
Bustling with businesspeople at lunchtime, the bland, unsigned exterior gives little clue to the gorgeous baroque wood ceiling inside....
Camaná 459 · interesting places nearby
Instituto Riva-Aguero information
Toward the center of downtown, this traditional casona houses the small Museum of Art & Popular Tradition.