Group Activities in Lima

THE 10 BEST Lima Large Group Activities & Things to Do

Best Group Activities in Lima

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  • dercsenyigyorgy
    Solymar, Hungary18 contributions
    World-class museum in a beautiful building with a nice garden. Take the guided tour, you will learn a lot about indigenous culture! The museum has a top restaurant, as well. Don't miss this excellent museum when in Lima!
    Written September 8, 2023
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  • Eduardo
    Miami, FL31 contributions
    I loved walking along the Malecón, which is a waterfront promenade with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. I also enjoyed exploring the many museums and ruins, including the Huaca Pucllana, an ancient temple complex.
    Miraflores is also a great place to shop and eat. There are a number of upscale malls and restaurants, as well as a variety of independent shops and cafes.
    Written August 29, 2023
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  • ailice t
    4 contributions
    Beautiful and enormous water and fountain extravaganza with movie and music over light displays. To really appreciate it, you must see it. The park has a ton of fountains, and entry is inexpensive.

    Written September 6, 2023
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  • Eduardo
    Miami, FL31 contributions
    I recently spent a few days in Barranco, and I was really charmed by the district. It is a bohemian and relaxed place with a lot to offer visitors.
    One of my favorite things to do in Barranco was to wander around the streets and admire the colorful houses and murals. There is so much art in Barranco, from small street art pieces to large murals that cover entire buildings.
    Written August 29, 2023
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  • dercsenyigyorgy
    Solymar, Hungary18 contributions
    Even if you saw Larco, don't miss MALI! Great pre-Columbian art but also excellent artifacts from the new and modern ages. Very interesting, to-the-point descriptions set the context in each room. The building and the surrunding park are also beautiful!
    Written September 8, 2023
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  • meurquidi
    La Paz, Bolivia117 contributions
    Archeological site that includes a pyramid made of mud bricks. There are tours in english and spanish included in the ticket price (15 soles) so you can just get an uber and get there.

    45 min - 1 hour total for the visit. There is an upscale redtaurant on site.
    Written August 14, 2023
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  • stevebintley
    Bedford, UK6,937 contributions
    Lovely large square with the impressive buildings to admire. It’s a shame that it’s still cordoned off with barriers so you can’t wander through the parks in the centre, instead being restricted to the perimeter, but fight to the front of the crowds and it’s still impressive. Plenty going on and to observe, with the services from the cathedral coming and going, and it’s a must visit for anyone’s first time in the city.
    Written September 20, 2023
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  • Martina S
    3 contributions
    My husband and I learned a lot. Our guide spoke English well and was very knowledgeable. The catacombs were very neat! It was a bit hard to find the entrance with all of the construction.
    Written September 22, 2023
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  • Ectoplasm Fantasia
    Birmingham, UK1,363 contributions
    Really liked this walk at sunset - especially the park of love.

    Busy and full of people and families enjoying the fresh air.
    Written August 19, 2023
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  • Stacy Gwylneth
    Boston, MA2 contributions
    Nice city, worth knowing....
    the ideal is to take a bike tour or take advantage of the sightseeing buses to get to know the city a little bit.
    the food is very good, excellent cuisine.
    to get to know the city to the fullest, go with the idea of walking a lot, it is the best way to take advantage of everything.
    Written June 28, 2023
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  • betteskid
    Boston, MA1,302 contributions
    I enjoyed coming to this park high above the ocean. You could watch wind gliders on the high cliffs swooping up and down and there is a famous statue in the park along with a mosaic wall themed after the name of the park. It is a lovely place that is worth a visit.
    Written October 8, 2022
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  • Benjamin A
    2 contributions
    This beautiful park with the colorful fountains is the perfect place to end the visit of the city of Lima and also perfect to relax
    Written August 29, 2023
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  • Eduardo
    Miami, FL31 contributions
    I was really impressed by the scale and the ruins of the site. The temples are made of adobe bricks and are decorated with intricate carvings. It is easy to imagine how important this place was to the people who built it.
    I also enjoyed learning about the history of Pachacamac. It was fascinating to learn about the different cultures that came and went from this place, and how it has remained a sacred place for so many people over the years.
    Written August 29, 2023
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  • meurquidi
    La Paz, Bolivia117 contributions
    Caral is the main city of one of the oldest civilizations of latin america and the world. This is a city comprisiing ruins of pyramids, including some temples and houses.

    Be mindful that Caral is a stone age city, the did not have bronze or other metals, so when you see the buildings you have to consider this as thousands of years older than Inca ruins (if you happen to see people comparing this to Machu Picchu).

    It is a one hour or more walking tour on the sun, so take sunblock and a hat.
    Written August 14, 2023
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  • Greenvilledan
    Greenville, TX1,464 contributions
    Inside the monastery is a beautiful courtyard. There is a large fountain in the middle of a square of moorish influenced arches and Spanish tiles imported from Seville Spain.

    Very impressive! It is as if you are transported to Seville. The architecture and tile are gorgeous and were installed in 1606.

    The monastery also has an incredible library with over 20,000 volumes of books. It reminds me of the library of Trinity University in Ireland. Well worth seeing .

    The monastery also includes the tomb of Saint Maria the first saint of the Americas. It is underneath a conference room and you can visit it by going down very narrow/short stairs.
    Written September 20, 2022
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