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Full-Day Lima: a Culinary, Historic & Traditional City

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Discover the largest Chinatown in South America on this full-day tour of Lima. Savor a delectable fusion combining the flavors of Peruvian and Chinese cuisine. Stroll the streets of Barranco, visit local shops, and sift through local, handmade goods.
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Duration: 8 hours
Starting time 9:00 AM
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Pickup included

Tour starts and ends at any hotel located in Miraflores or San Isidro
Wheelchair accessible

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  • Visit a local market to try fresh, locally-grown products
  • Explore the unique mixture of Peruvian and Chinese cultures in South America's largest Chinatown
  • Walk in the Historic Downtown of Lima (Unesco site) to observe its main monuments and architecture.
  • Meet an award-winning chef and try some of the best ceviche in Lima and learn how to make it.
  • Discover Barranco, the bohemian district of Lima, and its handicraft shops.
  • Visit a local restaurant to taste the traditional Peruvian dessert picarones, made of squash and sweet potato
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Treat your tastebuds by tasting products from the region in a local market while visiting Lima's historic center and the bohemian Barranco district.

Enjoy a culinary tour of Lima's Chinatown and taste the savory local food on this full-day tour. Lima's Chinatown is the largest in South America and has an exciting mixture of Peruvian and Chinese styles. Experience a tropical cuisine like nowhere else on earth.

Walk in the Historic Centre of Lima, taking in its monuments and its architecture. 

Visit a local restaurant and observe the the skill and concentration it takes to make ceviche, a tangy traditional seafood dish of fresh fish cured in citrus juices.

Walk around the streets of the charming Barranco district, visit local shops, and browse through a private collection of the best Peruvian handcrafted goods.

After your walk, visit a local restaurant to taste picarones, the well-known Peruvian dessert made of squash and sweet potato, shaped like a doughnut, and drizzled in syrup.
  • English-speaking guide
  • All entrance fees
  • Transportation by minivan
  • Bottled water
  • All meals mentioned in itinerary

From US$ 170 per person

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Product ID: 22643