A group of people riding on the back of a church with Cathedral of Lima in the background

Panoramic Tour of Lima

With Lima being the fifth largest city in Latin America and is also one of the most beautiful take in the city sights of the Spanish conquistadors to the present day.

Included in your voyage
  • Panoramic tour of historical Lima
  • Photo stop at Plaza Mayor and Parque del Amor
  • Panaromic your of San Isidro and Miraflores
  • Stunning Views over the Pacific Ocean.
  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: Easy - suitable for most people

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  • Please note

    Bring a hat, sunscreen, a light jacket or sweater, and wear low-heeled, rubber-soled walking shoes.

Lima, the fifth largest city in Latin America, is also one of its most beautiful. Today, watch as the city sights take us from the days of the Spanish conquistadors to present day.  We get a glimpse of the Colonial era during a photo stop at the Plaza Mayor. Located in the heart of Lima's historic centre, this is a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its hand-crafted wooden balconies. We see the impressive Cathedral of Lima, whose exterior is dominated by two lovely towers and three large gateways. The plaza is also lined by the Archbishop's Palace, City Hall and the Presidential Palace.  

Continuing our drive, we enter the quaint San Isidro district, one of Lima's oldest and most stylish residential neighbourhoods. You'll be glued to your window as one stately mansion after another comes into view, many of which are now embassies, or Lima’s upper class.  

At the unique Parque Del Amor in the Miraflores District, we enjoy stunning views over the Pacific Ocean while wandering through sculptures created by one of Peru’s best-known artists. Later, we re-board our motorcoach for the return trip to the pier. 

Practical information: 

  • Language: English and German.

  • Remarks/requirements: Bring a hat, sunscreen, a light jacket or sweater, and wear low-heeled, rubber-soled walking shoes. 

  • Included: One bottle of water on the coach. 

  • Walking information: No walking is involved.

  • Wheelchair accessible: No.