From ancient Inca kingdoms to the Costa Rican rainforest
Lima's history predates the colonial presence in the country. In the north, visit the city of Caral, considered the most ancient city in the Americas, and to the south is the archaeological complex of Pachacamac. Spanish conquistadores established the Viceroyalty of Peru in Lima in 1542, and began building significant churches, monasteries, mansions and balconies in the city. The arrival of modernity didn’t impact the historic center, which is recognized as a World Heritage Site. Join one of our excursions to enjoy art museums, archaeological sites, beaches, the boardwalk and experience the exquisite cuisine that gives Peru’s capital its unique personality. Explore the city on your own before spending the night in a hotel.