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Dinner at the restaurant on site at the historical pre-Inca city was excellent. The service and meals were very good, sitting out on the veranda with a direct view of the ruins and historically correct reconstruction.
Our tour bus was late so we began by walking 6 blocks from the Allpa Hotel to the Huaca Pucllana Temple, built around 2,000 years ago. Lucky for us Sandra used to be a docent here so we ended up with an unexpected private tour....More
I'm not sure if it was because it was cold and windy the day we were there but I didn't find it nearly as interesting as the other places we visited. The entire place is outside and it gets the wind from the Pacific Ocean...More
Lima leaves much to be desired but this site is a must see. Built between AD450 and 1150 by the Lima, Wari and Quechua cultures it predates the Inca civilisation and is testament to the engineering skills of those earlier cultures. The adobe (sun dried)...More
Found these ruins by accident walking through Miraflores but the site is actually impressive. These ruins are pre-Inca and are very well preserved. They’re right in the middle of the city -15 min walk from Kennedy park. You buy your ticket right there are it...More
Huaca Pucllana is a fascinating site and a great way to begin touring Lima. These ruins are of the Lima people and predates the Inca. It is vast, magnificent, and well preserved. The one hour tour is included with the ticket (and seniors are 50%...More
We went to dinner at the restaurant Huaca Pucllana. We had the privilege of sitting by the window and looked out at the ruins all evening. If you don't eat there, it won't take long to see it, but I'd have dinner by the ruins...More
Truly very interesting eating outdoors at this special restaurant where you are surrounded with renovated ruins dating back many centuries. The staff was highly profesional and care for their customers. Very attentive and caring. The food was good, not outstanding and that is why I...More