Lima has a lot to offer, being one of the largest cities in South America and the capital of the country being visited by millions of tourists .. If you are only here for a short period of time and are looking for something to do, these are the 5 best things to do in Lima in one day!
🔸Visit the Catacombs of the San Francisco Convent: The San Francisco and Catacombs Convent Museum is a historical heritage of the Franciscan Province of the XII Apostles. This treasure is offered to the whole world through its visitors, who take in the eyes and in the heart the splendor of the museum.
🔸 Magic Water Circuit: The Reserve Park is a beautiful park and a pleasant place to visit during the day, but at night this park becomes truly magical. Once night comes, its famous fountains light up and create a truly spectacular view. The entrance fee is 4 soles and it is worth seeing these beautiful lights. If you only spend one day in Lima, it is an excellent option.
RapePatient along the green coast: imagine having a panoramic view of the most touristic districts of Lima! It is not as extreme as it seems, the paragliding on the coast is the perfect activity to catch the green areas, the ocean and the urban buildings of the coast of Lima with a true 360 ° view
CorReturn Lima in one of the panoramic buses of Mirabus and enjoy the view of the city while learning about its history. You can sit on the first floor to have a quieter experience or on the second floor to see more of the Lima capital. The tours are daily (day and night) and all depart from the Kennedy Park located in Miraflores. You can choose to visit the historic center day or night, discover Pachacamac, also known as Machu Picchu of Lima, and much more!
🔸 Learn to surf: The soft and long waves of the city of Lima (in the districts of Miraflores, Barranco and Chorrillos) are perfect for learning to surf in a fun and safe way 🏄
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