Lima Holidays

Latin America's best kept secret

Squeezed into a delightfully busy cafe eating lime-drenched ceviche (raw fish) with our fingers, we love filling our holiday in Lima with the Peruvian cuisine.

Lima's world-class culinary scene is the gateway to the social scene and the restaurants are where life is lived. Take a leisurely stroll through the Boulevard of Gastronomy in the Surquillo district to taste fresh Peruvian ingredients. Sample crunchy fried calamari, delightful shrimp cioppino, and empanadas, then sit back and watch the sun set as you sip the much-loved pisco sour.

Destination Highlights
  • Miraflores
  • Museo Larco
  • Church of San Francisco
  • Archaeological Remains
Essential Information
  • Time Zone GMT -5
  • Currency Peruvian sol (PEN)
  • Visa Information British citizens will not require a visa for travel to Peru.
  • Language Spanish
  • Flight Time Approx. 12–13 hours; direct flights are available from London Gatwick three times a week March to October. Indirect flights are available from other UK airports.
  • Health Information No special vaccines are required or recommended for travel to Peru.