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Cities in Lima, Peru
City: # City: #
Ate62 Lurin6
Aucayama2 Magdalena del Mar59
Barranca4 Miraflores284
Barranco40 not yet3
Bellavista9 Pachacámac2
Breña33 Pueblo Libre94
Callao53 Puente Piedra4
Carabayllo9 Rímac26
Chaclacayo21 Salamanca de Monterrico5
Chorrillos84 San Borja140
cieneguilla4 San Isidro91
Comas59 San Juan de Lurigancho72
cualquier parte de lima10 San Juan de Miraflores52
El Agustino9 San Luis26
Huachipa - Chosica8 San Martín de Porres115
Huacho12 San Miguel139
Independencia6 San Vicente de Cañete3
Jesús María87 Santa Anita29
La Molina180 Santiago de Surco297
La Victoria42 Surco21
Lima610 Surquillo60
Lince49 Villa El Salvador26
london1 Villa María del Triunfo19
Los Olivos99
Info about Lima, Peru
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There are a lot of attarctions in Lima. Lima not only is the main city of Perú, it´s also the gastronomic city of America. Because of the mix of cultures, Lima has a lot of places where you can find the most exquisit food, traditional and gourmet. Also, Lima was de centre of the colonial regimen en South america, in Lima Centre (Centro de Lima o Lima Cercado) you can still see beautiful buildings and arquitechture wiht colonial style. Lima is not only a city to visit, it´s a city to really get know, because all the history in their streets, in their stones, the finding of lots of cultures living in the same place. Also, Lima centre is very interesting in the night, bars in Quilca streets, Queirolo Taberna, are not like the other in the ciy. Also, Barranco is beautiful, very bohemian. Miraflores (is another district like Lima centre) is a vry beautiful place, with an active cultural life everywhere, also nights are intense. Other places you can visit is Chorrillos, near to Barranco and Miraflores, these three places are up pacifoc ocean, so you can visit beaches from Costa Verde. If you are a beach lover, you can go to the south beaches, they are beautiful and more peaceful than beaches from costa verde, this beaches from the south of Lima drives you to Ica, the land of the official peruvian drink: Pisco. Also in Lima you can go to Cieneguilla, with camp houses where to rest and relax, in cieneguilla there is sun all year, also you will see little mountains because Cieneguilla is the "sierra de Lima". Also you can visit similar places like Chosica, Chaclacayo, also woth sun all year. For the trecking lovers and advenure, you an go to Marcahuasi, this places is famous because of ths misterious facts that have been happening there (aliens meetings)

Edited by: paolapierina on 31.05.2006 natoledo on 15.07.2005 natoledo on 14.07.2005 natoledo on 13.07.2005
Last postings about Lima Peru from other users
 
sissy wrote:

Cuzco es la capital arqueologica de america


claukan23 wrote:

Lima, center


eldacavalie wrote:

muchos, iglesias, ruinas etc


adquevedo wrote:

Visit to museum, ruins,concert and you will go to native and modern shopping



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