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La Casa del Chocolate

La Casa del Chocolate (Calle Berlín 375, Miraflores, Lima) — At ChocoMuseo we decided to make chocolate in countries where cacao grows (from Peru to Dominican Republic): We source the best quality cacao beans and then process them artisanally to obtain delicious chocolate. At ChocoMuseo we offer you a range of activities varying with how […]

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Stellaris Casino

Stellaris Casino (JW Marriott Hotel, Av. 28 de Julio 151, Miraflores, Lima) – located within one of Lima’s major luxury hotels (JW Marriott Hotel), is this casino. Affiliated with the Stellaris Casino in Caribbean locales like San Juan (Puerto Rico) and Aruba, this Stellaris Casino has about 170 gaming machines and 16 table games (such […]

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Lima Golf Club

Lima Golf Club (Av. Camino Real 770, San Isidro) – this 18-hole golf course is considered one of the oldest in South America’s Pacific coast. Both the local elite and foreign individuals play here. Various tournaments, such as the PGA series, and Audi Quattro Cup, and the Peru Open are held here. See the course’s […]

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Parque de la Amistad

Parque de la Amistad (Av. Caminos del Inca, block 21, Lima) — visitors going through this park will come across a traditional mountain train station, including an original 1926 steam engine with 3 trucks for touring several areas of the park. The site also has a navigable artificial lagoon and a 29-metre high Moorish arch. […]

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Surfing

Surfing —  given the country’s lengthy coastline, which faces the Pacific Ocean, it’s expected that surfing  is a major recreational activity.  Archeological artifacts suggest that the sport actually goes back hundreds, if not thousands of years in Peru.  The country’s central coast has great surfing opportunities from April to September, while the north coast (towards […]

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Malecón

Malecón (Lima) – like other Latin countries, such as Cuba and the Dominican Republic, Lima has its own seaside Malecón boulevard. The difference between the Malecón in Lima versus elsewhere is that this six-mile-long boulevard has three sections: Malecón de la Marina in the north, Malecón Cisneros in the middle, and Malecón de la Reserva […]