When is the best time to book a flight to Lima?


The weather here is very temperate due to its propinquity with the equator as well with the Pacific Ocean. The winters turn out to be humid and grey with temperatures ranging up to 15°C. The summer months from December to March have a tendency to be sunny and the temperature varies around 22°C making it idyllic for the flocking vacationers.


The peak tourist season is from June to August, the best time to go trekking up the Inca Trail. December is the wet season, and also a time for major festivals and carnivals.



Where is best places to eat in Lima?


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Best to shopping around in Lima?


Lima is a very diverse cosmopolitan as well as a modern hub of prosperities and complexities. You will surely be amazed by the huge variety of shopping facilities that assures to cater to all tastes and preferences.


The modern supermarkets house every kind of veggie and fruit markets. For clothes, you have the choice between various fancy boutiques, departmental stores, street markets and every other item. Lima also has a rich variety of artisan craftwork that you can carry home or gift a friend.


New generation shopping malls rule the city. Starting with Lima's showpiece mall, the Jockey Plaza offers amazing shopping facilities, variety of entertainment, fairs and exhibitions. Today, Lima is home to numerous western style departmental stores belonging to the three major retail players Oechsle, Ripley and Saga Falabella.



Travel Guide


At first, Lima doesn’t seem appealing with its sprawling desert, dusty cliffs, chaotic city-life and bulky architecture. There might not be any treasure on its sleeves, but scratch the surface and you will find a contrasting capital of Peru endowed with mountains, forests, shopping centres, Columbian temples nestled amid the high-rise structures.


If you dig deep, you will come across stately museums, bookstores, edgy shopping malls, esteemed golf clubs and baroque churches decorated with skulls of saints. That's Lima, full of aesthetic fascinations and shrouded history. Better not ignore such a city!



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