Shopping in Lima

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    El Cacaotal

    A sustainable chocolate shop with delicious bars and connoisseur expertise. It's the perfect opportunity to appease friends and family back home, and it offers fair-trade compensation for small-scale farmers around Peru. Products are organized by region and portraits of the farmers themselves grace the walls. It also does tastings and excellent workshops in English with an adjacent chocolate lab.

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    La Zapateria

    Though it appears quite small, there’s a lot going on inside La Zapateria, one part showroom, one part workshop. Handmade leather shoes can be made to order, and there are plenty of stylish models ready-made on the shelves for both men and women.

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    Las Pallas

    For special gifts, check out this handicrafts shop featuring a selection of the highest-quality products from all over Peru; it’s even on the radar of Sotheby’s. Ring the bell if the gate is closed during opening hours.

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    Flora & Fauna

    Whole Foods, meet your Peruvian cousin. A friendly, bright space complete with an outdoor eating area welcomes you in to peruse shelf after shelf of organic, all-natural products. All your favorite Peruvian superfoods and super treats (think handcrafted chocolate bars made with Peruvian cacao), fresh produce and poultry, as well as natural beauty products make for healthy retail therapy.

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    Morphology

    This towering shop boasts four floors to explore, each providing something different. Designer pieces and jewelry from national and international fashion names, as well as home decor and gush-worthy baby clothes are on display on the 1st and 2nd levels. The top floors include an art gallery and a farm-to-table rooftop restaurant.

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    La Calandria

    Stock up on organic groceries and sundries in this neighborhood shop. Refrigerators hoard fermented drinks and yogurt, and shelves are lined with bulk grains and tempting chocolate bars made from Peruvian cacao. You could spend hours gazing at the jars full of loose-leaf teas, or you could ask the knowledgeable staff.

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    Dédalo

    A vintage casona houses this contemporary crafts store with a lovely courtyard cafe. Jewelry, clothes, pottery and more – this is where handmade objects and creativity are truly cherished. Come here looking for a gift for someone else, and you'll likely leave with something for yourself as well.

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    Cuatro en un Baúl

    With furniture and framed artworks inspired by decades past, as well as small keepsakes such as children’s books from national authors and playful figurines, this unique store is perfect for those who like to gifts with a touch of vintage. Many items are upcycled antiques.

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    La Sanahoria

    Get your fix of national maca (a natural energy booster), bitter chocolate, healthy grains and organic veggies. Fresh extracts and grab-and-go options such as vegan, chicken or steak wraps are available for the busy health nut or for that next impromptu picnic.

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    Puna

    If you want a gift that showcases the innovation of Lima, check out this interior and graphic design studio. Eclectic gifts range from funky handmade clothing and handbags to stylish journals, wallets, textiles, prints and home goods, all Peruvian made.

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    El Mundo Papel Artshop

    A quaint space with plenty of character, this art shop is enjoyed by artists and art appreciators alike. Screen-printed T-shirts, handmade notebooks and other keepsakes. Ask for upcoming art workshops so you can learn to make your own designs.

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    LarcoMar

    A well-to-do outdoor mall wedged into the cliff top beneath Parque Salazar, full of high-end clothing shops, trendy boutiques, tourism services and a wide range of eateries, most of them very good.

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    El Virrey

    In 2018 this Lima classic celebrated its 45th year as a bibliophile's paradise. Includes thousands of rare vintage books and contemporary literary curiosities.

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    Polvos Azules

    Need a socket wrench, a suitcase and a T-shirt of Jesus Christ wearing an Alianza Lima soccer jersey? Then Polvos Azules is the place for you. This multilevel, popular market attracts people from all social strata for a mind-boggling assortment of cheap goods.

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    Jade Rivera

    The prints and artwork at this side-street gallery may look familiar. You can see Jade Rivera's fantastic street art throughout Lima; the gallery arranges 2½-hour tours (S120 per person) at 11am or 3pm.

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    Mercado Indio

    This sprawling market is the best place to find everything from pre-Columbian-style clay pottery to alpaca rugs to knock-offs of Cuzco School canvases. Prices vary; shop around.

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    Mercado Central

    From fresh fish to blue jeans, you can buy almost anything at this crowded market close to the Barrio Chino.

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    Big Head

    A popular surf shop in LarcoMar that sells fashion and gear.

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    Ibero

    Bookstore with a decent selection and travel guides.