Museo Andrés del Castillo
A well-known agency that handles all manner of travel arrangements. Also organizes gay-friendly trips and basic gastronomic tours of Lima.
Plaza San Martín
Built in the early 20th century, Plaza San Martín has come to life in recent years as the city has set about restoring its park and...
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,...
El Estadio Fútbol Club
Another good evening place, this soccer-fanatic hangout is an old-timey spot.
Lined with wine bottles, Queirolo is popular with office workers for cheap menús (S9) featuring staples such as papa rellena (stuffed...
Museo Andrés del Castillo information
Lonely Planet review
Housed in a pristine 19th-century mansion with Spanish-tile floors, this worthwhile new private museum showcases a vast collection of minerals, as well as breathtakingly displayed Nazca textiles and Chancay pottery, including some remarkable representations of Peruvian hairless dogs.