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All reviews stray cats cat lovers love cats nice park friendly cats free wifi flower beds surrounded by restaurants maintained park food vendors la lucha local artists street vendors for sale churros lots of restaurants benches
It's amazing to realize that Peruvians were big fans of John F Kennedy. This park is a tribute to him and offers a nice break from the nearby busy street. We also found it to be a great landmark as we explored the neighborhoods of...More
We went through the park a couple of times whilst in Peru. At night they had a small market selling souvenirs and bric a brac (not sure if its a regular thing or if we were just lucky) During the day it was relaxed whilst...More
By day, there are exhibitions (i saw a display of Peru's air force), iguanas roam freely, and people are resting and picnicing, by night, the buskers come out, the stalls appear selling local handicrafts, couples find peaceful gardens to cuddle...and cats appear...like from nowhere!! In...More
Great little park to stroll through and see all the cats that call the park home. Some are friendly and follow you around; others just watch you from a distance. Safe area to walk around or meet up with friends.
I had the pleasure of visiting this park when I was in Lima for a work visit. This park is very clean, with very nice flowers and just gives you a very relaxing vibe. For me the big attraction was the large Pucara Bull. You...More
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The cats appear to get lots of attention from tourists and locals alike. Their quality of like is better than cats living on their own in other parts of the city. Most of the people in the park appear to be local... More
The cats appear to get lots of attention from tourists and locals alike. Their quality of like is better than cats living on their own in other parts of the city. Most of the people in the park appear to be local residents. They pet the cats and the children play with them.
My wife have four well cared for cats. We contribute to many different shelters and support cats in other places in the world.