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An exclusive and intense excursion to the historical city center to tour the architectural relics that are part of the World’s Cultural Heritage. Our starting point is Santo Domingo Convent, along which corridors San Martin de Porras and San Rosa de Lima used to walk around in the 17th century, and where their remains rest today. Afterwards, we will walk to Casa Aliaga to disclose the secrets of this traditional family with 17 generations. We will continue our visit to the Cathedral, a jewel of religious art and part of the history of Lima, and then to San Francisco Convent, monumental legacy of the colonial times.


Pickup and Drop-Off from Hotels in Miraflores, San isidro or Lima Downtown districts; Transportation, guide, entrance to Santo Domingo Convent, Casa Aliaga, Cathedral and San Francisco Convent.



Hours of operation

Tour is available Monday to Friday. Saturday in the morning. Departure Time: 8:00 am or 2:00pm.


Approx. 4 hours


Guest MUST call 48 hours prior to reconfirm this tour Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher. Cathedral is closed on some national holidays Entrance to religious places is not allowed in shorts. You are allowed to take photographs without flash in the Cathedral of Lima.

All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation

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Av. La Mar 163 Miraflores, Lima 18 Lima , Lima, Peru


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