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So many well kept parks that go on for blocks backing up to some interesting shopping. This is shopping of Peruvian designers and craftspeople in a more chic setting. Restaurants and some larger department stores line the corners. The churches are open and lovely.
There are basically two good areas to be in Lima, one is San Isidro and the other one is Miraflores.
Half of the foreign embassies are located here and some of Lima's best restaurants and sports clubs. One of the tonier neighborhoods to live in. One of South America's oldest golf clubs is located right in the middle plus two famous churches, a museum or two and a great park…
The place is very nice with lots of parks, places to relax and residencial areas around. A very nice and pleasant neighbourhood.
Located in the city limit of Lima and next to the suburb of Miraflores, this neighborhood offer some attractions and historical site which fit its status as a subdivision of the city.