Hello bloggers, today In the blog, we will talk about some places in Lima. Lima is one of the most visited cities in Latin America. The City of Kings, known by the locals. Despite being the gateway to a country that has wonders such as Machu Picchu, the Nazca Lines and Lake Titicaca, the city itself is a wonderful surprise for you to take the time to explore the capital of Peru. Read more in the Blog !Visitors in Lima tend to meet in the exclusive district of Miraflores, which has green cliffs by the sea, a restaurant with a night scene and disco, pre-Inca ruins and more parks than any other area of the city of Lima. Here you will find the best ceviche of the city in restaurants such as Gaston Acurio, the churros filled with the best iconic Manolo, and a large number of Peruvian joints known as Chifas. Artisan markets offer products from the Peruvian jungle, the Andes and the coast, while Larcomar center serves a more exclusive clientele. Love Park (parque del amor) area, one can fly in paragliding off the cliffs with no experience and little money, while in the Park Kennedy traveling performers andan emerging market that provides a cheerful air and free entertainment. Although sometimes overlooked, is the artistic district of Barranco, once the cradle of the city of bohemian culture, right next to Miraflores. If you are walking along the Malecon, the boardwalk along the cliffs, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, just follow it until you reach its rows of colorful painted houses. You can walk on the wooden bridge of sighs, or at the same point you can descend by a winding stone staircase to the beach. Although it may seem corny, a visit to the Magic Water Circuit of the city is a relaxed and economical way to spend a night. Different font designs “are innovative and of artistic design, with some of the source lights they use, music, film projection, or interactive elements. Sometimes hosts with concerts or music food fairs, which adds another level of entertainment, if you are lucky enough to catch one. In the center of the city, the key places to visit are the Palace of the Stately Government, where you can see the changing of the guard, the Basilica Cathedral with its altar of the Peruvian saints and the Monastery of San Francisco, with its extraordinary collection of texts old ones and their fascinating catacombs with meticulously arranged bones. Undoubtedly, if you only visit a museum in Lima, you should make the Larco museum, which exhibits 3,000 years of artifacts from the Moche, Nazca, Chavín, Huari, Chimú and Inca cultures. They also highlight their well-known collections of precious gold and silver artifacts and their pre-Columbian erotic pottery. They are also one of the few museums in the world that allow visitors in their warehouse, which houses 45,000 more archaeological objects for study. However, if you do not have time to soak up the culture, the MALI art museum is a nice visit. His exhibits range from works of art by Peruvian native tribes to 18th century newspaper clippings.