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We visited as part of a tour group with a professional guide. The church was so full of beautiful things to see in every corner and alcove. The crypts are pretty creepy but they are interesting to see. There a few signs so a good...More
We went to visit center of Lima and I wanted to see the cripts under the convent, it is very creepy, rssss !! the cathedral is very impressive by its size and ornaments, looks like they have a lot of gold everywhere!
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A must see in Lima. This is an impressive landmark of well-preserved colonial architecture in Lima’s historic centre. The catacombs are the best that I have seen outside Europe. Entrance includes a 45min guide tour in several languages
Beautiful convent! We went as part of a tour through historic Lima and this was by far my favorite place. If you are Catholic, San Martin de Porras and Santa Rosa de Lima are burried inside the church. Nevertheless, the place is beautiful, it has...More
You can only see it on a tour ($5). The tour part was ok - the guide didn't offer much beyond what was on signs for when you probably didn't need the tour. The library is amazing - architecturally and the collection of severely deteriorated...More
This and the Cathedral are two of the must see places in Lima. This one is most notable for the catacombs. As noted only guided tours are allowed here. The old paintings and frescos are very nice and the building is historically interesting. Going underground...More
The next stop after plaza de armas and just when you have seen the best you are found to be wrong. What an outstanding church that had me gobsmacked. You can not visit Lima without seeing this beautiful building
You can book a leading tour to see and hear about the history of the monastery and see the onderground graves with bones. Lots of old paintings are in the monastery, some of the very old. You cannot go by yourself and you will have...More