Peru Trip Itineraries
Coffee Lovers Lima Guide
We suppose that if you are looking into this guide it's because you are not the instant-coffee type, or you want something better than just "regular". If you really are into good coffees, we have a few suggestions for you. Peru produces good coffee, so enjoy it!!!
We are including E.Wong supermarket in this guide, because here you can buy some Peruvian coffee to take home. read more about Coffee Lovers Lima Guide ... Read More
First Time In Lima
For most visitors to Peru Lima is nothing more than a necessary entry point to the rest of the country. True, Lima is the country's transport hub and is the base for exploring the almost limitless Peru vacation destinations, but spend a little longer here and you'll find that Lima has so much more to offer the inquisitive newcomer. Lima is without doubt the best place to sample a full range of that world famous Peruvian cuisine. The finestceviche can be found here, along with other specialities such as anticuchos (deliciously tender grilled beef heart) and tacu tacu con seco (a hearty dish of rice, beans and stewed meat). The city is packed with Inca ruins, colonial gems and modern masterpieces, all competing for your attention and the diversity of its nightlife is vast. The hotels in Lima are the finest in the country and offer a range to suit every budget and vacation style. Lima's weather is famously variable, during the summer months (December - March) expect long, dry and sunny days, for the rest of the year coastal cloudprotects you from the sun. Lima is big, and can overwhelm the visitor at first. For that reason take it easy, don't try to see too much too soon and use our handy Lima map to plan your visit to this fascinating city. read more about First Time In Lima... Read More
Lima Gay-Friendly Nightlife
For many years, Lima has been a conservative city; only ten years ago, gay-oriented services and businesses were not something to be openly discussed in public. However, things are changing quickly, although at a slower pace than other Latin American cities such as Mexico city, S„o Paulo, Buenos Aires or Rio de Janeiro.
Nowadays, Lima hosts an annual gay pride event and gay-friendly hotels, restaurants and related business are starting to bloom, not to mention gay nightlife and sex clubs.
Gay-friendly restaurants and bars are inaugurated almost every day, and some of them are very popular even among non-gay partygoers.
While most large cities in in the world have a vibrant gay nightlife, the one in Lima features a special elegance due to its variety, sophistication and elegance. Gay lifestyle in Lima is just starting to grow, but it doesn't mean it's boring. Its events may be smaller than the ones hosted in another cities, but they are carefully produced and the results are spectacular.
Most of this can be found in Miraflores, an upper-scale Lima district located by the sea which hosts most of the gay-friendly night life, with places like La Sede, Bobo Bar, Downtown Vale Todo, Legendaris, or the Calle De Las Pizzas, the latter being popular for gay and straight “cruising.”
Lince is another gay-friendly district, although a little less classy: there you will find Dark, a very gay-friendly video club, and Andel, which comprises cafe-bar, karaoke and hostel, all in one place.
Regarding to hotels, all Lima hotels will welcome you, but you may want to try the hospitality of Hostal El Patio or Casa San MartŪn. read more about Lima Gay-Friendly Nightlife... Read More