The capital of Peru or The ancient city of kings, went through many historical and cultural processes through time, was the former territory of the Ischma culture, which had in Pachacamac its most important site as it served as the oracle of all the pacific South American.
Before the arrival of the Spaniards, the great Taulichusco was his last curaca. It played a very important role during the Inca resistance, lived stages of great cultural heyday and was witness and stage of many historical events.
Currently it is a very dynamic city with a population that exceeds 9 million inhabitants, migration has been one of its foundational pillars.
It is the only South American capital on the seafront, it also offers beautiful beaches and a wide gastronomic offer. Key place of South America, since colonial times, Lima was, is and will continue to be one of the most important and dynamic destinations of the continent.
- The altitude is 154 meters or 505 feets above the sea level.
- The weather is pleasant and humid.
- Summer is from December 22nd March 21st and winter is from June 22nd to September 22nd.
- Max. Temperature: 30°C or 75°F
- Min. Temperature: 10°C or 45°F
- The whole year is a good time to travel.
- The main festivity is Señor de los Milagros in October.
- How to get to Lima:
By plane to the International Airport Jorge Chavez (LIM)
By bus to the various bus stations in the city.