Discover the bohemian side of Barranco, visiting the Alameda Sáenz Peña with large colonial mansions. Cross the Bridge of Sighs (A wooden bridge built-in 1876), admire the art walls and beautiful parks of this neighborhood and see the authentic souvenir shops, bars, and restaurants that reflect the tradition and living history of Lima.
Tour the non-touristy neighborhood of Chorrillos visiting the Malecón Grau, the Herradura beach, the Friar jump, the Villa wetlands, and the shantytowns.
Arrive at the Archaeological Sanctuary of Pachacamac. Located at the Lurin valley, this is a place considered sacred since here the most important god of the coast was worshiped, Pachacamac. Explore archaeological sites of the Acllawasi (Temple of the chosen women), the pyramids, the Taurichumpi palace, the Old Temple, the Painted temple and the Pilgrims square.
This place had tremendous importance for its location in front of the sea and for its diverse cultures like the Ychma, Lima, Wari and also, the great Inca culture. Finally, visit the site museum where you can find ceramics, textiles, among many other pieces found during the excavations.