The capital of the country and the main gateway to the rest of Peru


The city was declared a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO due to its colonial architecture with the best museums of pre-Hispanic culture in South America, all kinds of cultural expressions and exquisite gastronomy. Lima is a modern metropolis with an ideal infrastructure for conventions and meetings.

Main Attractions


  1. Enjoying the breeze of the Pacific Ocean
  2. Visiting urban areas of the city
  3. A journey through time
  4. Lima Bohemian Side
  5. Knowing Lima in depth
  6. Aristocratic Lima
  7. In the heart of Lima’s traditions
  8. Historical and natural tour
  9. Lima, city of contrasts


Lima is a modern metropolis, with an infrastructure ideal for conventions and meetings.

Altitude max:
861 MAMSL (Chosica)

Altitude min:
3 MAMSL (Ancón)


Arid and semi-warmMaximum: 27ºC  / 81ºF. Minimum: 14ºC / 57ºF

Access Routes:

By Air: Regular flights to/from the main cities of the world from/to International Airport – Jorge Chavez (located in the Region of Callao, approximately 30 minutes from Lima).