1 month in lima peru!!!! please help i need activities for those 31 days!!!?
i need the activities please!!! help me im going to go in july!!!
for a whole month!!!
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Top 12 Things to Do and See in Lima, Peru
1. Plaza de Armas, also called Plaza Mayor
Peter and Jackie MainThis is the center of Lima's historical area. The Cathedral, Palacio de Gobierno, the Archibishop's palace, Palacio Nacional and other important buildings are here, plus numerous restaurants and shopping opportunities.
Plaza Mayor is the exact location where Francisco Pizarro founded Lima on January 18, 1535, He named it City of the Kings, but the Quecchua and Aymara names for the location persisted and gave it the name of Lima.
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2. Catedral de Lima
ArtToday.comThe Cathedral, originally constructed in 1555, has been destroyed by natural causes and rebuilt numerous times. Francisco Pizarro's coffin rests in the mosaic chapel near the entrance. 3. Miraflores
ClipArt.comThis upscale neighborhood is home to many of Lima's wealthier residents and a popular location for hotels, restaurants and nightclubs. Its beaches, known as the Costa Verde, draw residents and visitors for summer time relaxation and year round surfing.4. Iglesia and Museo de San Francisco
Peter and Jackie MainThe San Francisco monastery is famous for the catacombs containing the remains of thousands of people. The museum and library are worth a visit. The library contains thousands of antique documents, some dating back to the conquista.5. Cerro Azul
ClipArt.cpmThis seaside resort is popular for both the beach and surfing. Surf camps will teach you the basics or perfect your technique.6. Museums
Make time to see the Museo de Oro displaying gold and precious metal artifacts, the Museo de Armas with a great arms collection, the Museo de la Nacion which now houses many of the items from the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Arqueologia e Historia, Museo Rafael Larco Herrera for the impressive ceramics collection, Museo Pedro de Osma for the colonial display and the Museo de la Inquisicion, for the display of torture implements from the Inquisition.7. Churches
Jorge Garcia Duran Santo Domingo contains the tombs of Santa Rosa de Lima, America's first saint and of San Martin de Porras, America's first black saint. Santuario de Santa Rosa de Lima is built on the site Santa Rosa was born. Convento de los Descalsos is a look back in time to what a convent was like in colonial times. La Merced is built on the site where the first mass was said in Lima. 8. Chorrillos
Jorge Garcia Duran Chorrillos is famous for beach resorts like La Herradura, featuring restaurants and eateries known as picanterias. It's perfect for a day trip, with time to get back to Lima for the hotspots.9. Palacio de Torre Tagle
Jorge Garcia DuranThe beautiful balconies on one of Lima's treasured colonial buildings are well known. Built at the end of the XVII century by Don Bernardine Jose de Tagle Portocarrero, fourth and last Marquess of Torre Tagle, the building now houses the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.10. Changing of the Guard at the Palacio del Gobierno
Peter and Jackie MainThis daily noon time event presents a colorful display of uniforms, plumed hats and high-kicking goosesteps.11. Parque de las Leyendas
ClipArt.comThe zoo is popular with Limenos and visitors who come to enjoy a close up look at some of Peru's native wildlife, including condors, llamas and birds from the Amazonian area.12. Archbishop's Palace
Peter and Jackie MainLima was created
You could also plan day tours to other places besides Lima (i.e. Macchu Picchu, Cuzco and Puno)
Get yourself some travel books and look through them. Also do some internet searching. Look through travel brouchures from a travel agent.
- 1 decade ago
If you're only staying in Lima you could take advantage of your time and enjoy Peru's gastronomy, everything tastes so good there, almost all restaurants are pretty good, especially Chinese restaurants or "chifas", the best are located near Chinatown. The suburb of Miraflores is great to keep you entertained, at day or at night. Park Kennedy is pretty popular, there are tons of stores around the park that have nice stuff. Larcomar is also located in Miraflores and it has a lot of restaurants, a movie theater, bowling, coffee shops, bars and nightclubs. Parque del Amor is close to Larcomar, it has a great view of the sea and you can even go paragliding for about 15 minutes, you'll get a nice view of the city. If you get tired of the city scene you can go to the countryside to places like Chosica, it is always sunny there and some restaurants there have pools and outdoor games. Another option is to visit Palomino Islands, you'll get to see sea lions and sea birds without going too far. If you like animals you can also visit the Huachipa zoo or the Parque de las Leyendas zoo. You should attend a soccer match if the peruvian team is playing, they are usually fun and safe. I would also reccomend the Circuito Magico de Agua. I'm sure you'll find other things to do when you get there, ask the locals and they'll give you other ideas.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
You should make 1 new thing every day :
On Mondays: Visit museums: the archeologycal museum, golden museum, larco herrera, national museum.
On tuesdays: Go to larco mar at the district of Miraflores to hang out in coffee bars, movie rooms, game rooms and paragliding
On wendsdays: Shopping centers go to Jockey plaza at San Borja
On thrusdays: Go to the water park next to the national soccer field, take a city tour with mirabus, watch a movie in a nice area of Miraflores and read the newpaper of "el comercio" to see where are the nice theaters and spectacles.
On fridays: Go to some disco in the area of San Isidro or Miraflores and If you like live rock concerts go to the disco voce at Lince close to Arequipa avenue block 19
On saturdays:Try a new dish of the diverse and tasty peruvian food.(go to the rosa nautica)
On sundays: Choose a nice place to write maybe your diary or read something about Peru at
- 1 decade ago
by bus, go north along the coast and south to pisco. check out the "islas ballestras" (awesome!!) . also south is the nazca lines. i think there are some pyramids to the north of lima.
by plane, you can go cheaply to cuzco (machu pichu) arequipa, and puno (lake titicaca)....cant remember if the ariport is in puno or juliaco for that lake....
also fly to iquitos for the jungle.
cuzco is a LONG weekend (4 days IMHO)
arequipa can be short unless you take a tour to the coloca canyon (deepest in the world).
check out some african music in towns south of lima.
of course the peruvian pan flute (queña and zampoña) are great. hope you can find some bands playing.
there were some black slaves here and there is still one or two plantations around that have the full history in tact. there is a town or two south of lima (i can't remember the name) that has these.
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- naturegirl321Lv 61 decade ago
Cusco, Arequipa, Piura, Mancora, Iquitos, Trujillo, Puno
- Rocío PerúLv 51 decade ago
First you have to visit Machupicchu (Cuzco - Peru. I live in Lima but I`m going to Cuzco on July, Welcome to Peru!
- 1 decade ago
There is plenty to do in Lima, depends on what do you like to do.
If you are into Arts;
Talk with other tourists at your hotel, also your hotel receptionist will be able to send you on tours and more. Have fun and be safe!
- dianahLv 41 decade ago
Dude, fly to Cuzco! It's only like an hour's flight....
- Anonymous1 decade ago
go check out the volcano just make sure you don't jump into it
- 1 decade ago
SEE EVERY SITE