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I have to be honest, this place never interested me in the past, but i had to take my girlfriend, because she wanted to know more about the history of my country, and because of her, i found out this nice place full of history,...More
The partially restored National Palace makes for a reasonably fast and informative tour. It's a neat old Colonial building with interesting architectural details and some wonderful trees in the courtyard!
After visiting the church, we saw this by the side of the church on the plaza itself. Very imposing building like any other huge Spanish type Government buildings in Lima. We went inside and some work was going on, The place was quite empty. But...More
Its an imposing government building located in a square that is also being occupied by the Metropolitan Cathedral.
This is a major edifice where most tours in the city start. This is where our tour guide brought us to first . There are flocks of...More
I think I remember the guide saying there were 190 individual rooms in the palace, and each has a distinct tile design. We walked around most of the second floor, and that appeared to be true. Some of the tilework was amazing.
Too, due to...More
8-4pm M-F according to website. Does not close at noon -- would be a nice place to sit and rest out of the midday sun. Don't know the price of admission but is is not much by U.S. standards -- maybe $3?