Plaza San Miguel (Av la Marina 2000, San Miguel, Lima) – this, along with Camino Real, was among the first American-style shopping centers in Lima (launched back in the 1970s). It has expanded over the years, and both regional and international brands can be found here, along with the usual amenities offered by other shopping […]
Plaza Norte (Av. Alfredo Mendiola e/ Av. Thomas Valle, Lima) – opened in 2009, this is one of Lima’s larger malls (with over 200 stores – ranging from internationally-recognized apparel brands, to Gold’s Gym, and supermarkets such as Makro and Metro). This shopping center is best-known for housing the “Gran Terminal Terrestre” bus station. re”.
Plaza Lima Sur (Prolongación Paseo de la República, Chorrillos, Lima) – this is another American-style mall in Lima (this one with 180 retailers). This 120,000 sq. meter space is known for regional chains being present there, such as the Ripley department store. There’s also a Metro supermarket, amenities such as banks, and play areas for […]
Molina Plaza (Av. Raúl Ferro, block 12, La Molina, Lima) – located in the upscale Molina suburb, this is a medium-sized shopping center (opened in 2005), consisting of various retail stores, a supermarket, eight movie theaters, a gym, a fast food court (along with Starbucks coffee).
Larcomar (Malecón de la Reserva 610, Miraflores, Lima) – this is perhaps the most popular shopping center in Lima, in part because of its seaside location within the Miraflores district. There are around 160 retailers (such as Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Esprit, Florsheim, Gap, Guess, Quiksilver, Steven Madden, and Timberland, among others). Along with the […]
Jockey Plaza (Av. Javier Prado Este 4200, Surco, Lima) – opened in 1997, Jockey became one of Lima’s more popular shopping centers, boasting over 230 stores (with brands such as Carolina Herrera, Armani, Montblanc, Bose, Guess, Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, Billabong, and Esprit found there). Like other popular malls, this one also has a food […]
Centro Comercial Camino Real (Av Camino Real, San Isidro, Lima) – opened in 1980, this was among the first of Lima’s American-style shopping centers. With competition from more recently-built (and more luxurious) shopping centers in Lima, Camino Real is presently known for housing some apparel stores, travel agencies and offices.