30 Things to do in Lima, Peru Travel Guide

Many travelers to Peru tend to skip over Lima
as they rush off to more scenic destinations, but we’re of the opinion that the capital
has a lot to offer. As one of the largest cities in South America,
Lima can be a little chaotic and crowded, but it is also full of surprises, especially
in terms of culinary experiences and historic attractions. In this travel video guide, we’re going
to take you on a tour of the city and show you 30 things to do in Lima, Peru. Now let’s get started! So we are currently at the Love Park. And are you feeling the love? I’m feeling the love. Plant one on here then. Let’s show you around. There we go. Mmmhhhmmm. The love park is a beautiful park located
in the neighborhood of Miraflores that looks out onto the Pacific Ocean. Due to its name, it’s a popular spot with
couples out on a date, especially around sunset when you get spectacular views. If you’re up for a little bit of adventure,
you can also go paragliding. You don’t need to have any experience since
they offer tandem flights. And even if this doesn’t seem like your
type of activity, it’s still pretty cool to go as a spectator to watch people take
off the cliff. We come to this restaurant pretty often whenever
we’re in Lima. This place is called Punto Azul and they make
a delicious ceviche and some pretty tasty dishes that we’re going to be sampling today. We’re actually ordering all of our favorite
dishes at this restaurant, so it should be a tasty meal. So I ordered the exact same thing every time
I come to Punto Azul. Cebiche. And that has just arrived over here. This is just the classic ceviche. It is only fish, no other seafood in there
and we’ve got our red onions. I also asked for it spicy so you can see the
red peppers here. It has kind of been crushed. You still get some big chunks. Um, you have your sweet potato, fresh corn
and of course the tiger’s milk. Which is basically like a lemon base that
helps cure the fish. So yeah, this is my absolute favorite. I never get sick of ceviche. My mouth just waters thinking about it. Oh my gosh. So let’s dig in. Let’s try it. Let’s grab some onions in there as well. It is just so good. Wow. I just love all of the flavors in your mouth. Like it is so sour and tart but then you’ve
got your sweet potato to kind of help balance that. It is just perfection. The perfect meal in Lima. Hands down my favorite Peruvian dish. Love it. And now it is time for your favorite. Yes, and you can’t come Punto Azul and not
indulge in the seafood but I’m trying something that is kind of unique to here and that is
the shrimp cheese risotto. Guys, this is to die for. Look at that. Look at how cheesy that is. I’m grabbing a nice big shrimp here. It is so creamy. It is so creamy. This rivals the risottos you find in Italy. I kid you not. Watch out Italy. Mmmmmm. It is just so so so cheesy and then you have
the shrimp and then you have all of the different seasonings. Like to me this is my favorite dish in Lima
right now. I don’t think you got a shrimp. Let’s grab one. Yes, I did but I’m going to get a bigger one
this time. Mmmmm. Awesome. For a little bit of magic, another fun activity
to try at night is to go to Parque de la Reserva for their water circuit and light show. It’s a popular activity with families, but
it can be enjoyed by all ages. So dinner time here in Lima and tonight we
are going out for anticuchos, which are cow hearts. I know this sounds a little bit unusual but
it is actually really tasty so we’ve come to a popular place. It is called La Grimanesa, we’ve already placed
our order. Let’s go get our cow heart. So this place that we’re visiting it actually
started as a little street stand, so the women who opened the restaurant used to have a little
cart and she used to sell her anticuchos on the street and she had a super long line because
her food was delicious. She was really popular. And eventually she was able to save up enough
money to open a little restaurant here in the neighborhood. So yeah, humble beginnings, but you know the
recipe was great so here we are today. So here we have it. The star of the meal. This is my anticuchos. It doesn’t really look like a cow’s heart
in my opinion. I mean, you could food me and tell me this
is steak but I’m going to have my first bite. I’m not sure how to do this. Honestly, it’s a fairly tender meat. It doesn’t have a lot of fat. It could pass off as steak. If no one told you this is a cow’s heart you
would never know. Your turn. Time for my first bite. I’m going to try some of the sauces here. I think we have a red spicy one and a green
one. Oh, that is so so good. And that is really spicy sauce. Wow. You know the meat is really well seasoned
so it takes on the flavor of whatever they’ve used. Like the heart it doesn’t taste like an organ. I know exactly, normally when I have organs
they’re really tough and chewy but this is as nice of a tender cut of meat as you can
find. We’re checking out Barranco which is a very
artsy neighborhood. Apparently, this used to be like a bohemian
hangout back in the 60s. So we’re just going to go explore on foot. We don’t really know what to expect but so
far we are seeing lots of street art and looks pretty cool. So we have now been walking around Barranco
for a while and we have finally come across the main attraction in this neighborhood. We are standing in front of the bridge of
sighs. A really romantic spot for young couples. Apparently, this bridge has made lots of appearances
in Peruvian songs and poetry. So yeah, lots of romance happening over here. Let’s take a walk. So that was a fun little introduction to Barranco. What did you think of the place? Yeah, this neighborhood is a fun, artsy kind
of area. We only spent a couple of hours here in the
afternoon. It would be really cool to come at night and
see what the nightlife is all about. Yeah, they have lots of bars and restaurants
worth checking out. Yeah, it definitely seems that way. Yes. Huaca Pucllana is a giant adobe and clay pyramid
located in the middle of Miraflores. Since this site is still under excavation,
you can only visit accompanied by a guide, but this is a good thing since you end up
learning a lot of the history and culture behind this place. So for today’s meal we are going for more
of an upscale dining experience. We are having lunch at a place called La Rosa
Náutica, which means the nautical rose. And it is a really cool restaurant out on
the water. There is this pier built over the ocean and
it just leads you all the way to this little restaurant. So you’re like surrounded by waves, there
is surfers, birds. Perfect setting and the food here is really
good. I’ve been here once before many many years
ago. So I’m excited to come back with more mature
taste buds. Being the foodies that we are, we made sure
to order 2 different sampler plates so that we could try a little bit of everything. We ended up having 3 different types of ceviche,
as well as causa, lomo saltado, tacu tacu and more. If you’re looking for a fancy meal out,
this place is it! Larcomar is a shopping centre with the best
views in all of Lima. The place was built into the cliff overlooking
the ocean, and it has cafes and restaurants with outdoor seating areas. In terms of shopping, most of the brands here
are on the higher end and the prices reflect so. So it is a super hot summer day here in Lima. So Sam and I have stopped off for cremoladas
which is kind of like a shaved ice drink. And I’ve gotten one that is flavored like
passion fruit. So it is nice and sour. And what is that called locally? Mmm. This is maracuyá. And it is so good. Like, we are dripping sweat right now so this
nice frozen drink is exactly what we need. Mmmmm. And for yours? And I’m having my favorite cremolada. It is called lúcuma. It is a local fruit to Peru and I haven’t
had it anywhere else in the world. It is absolutely delicious. That is good stuff isn’t it? There is no better way to cool off. Another activity you can try in Lima is surfing. There are lots of surf shops along the water,
so it’s just a matter of inquiring about rates for surf lessons and board rentals. Okay, so for today’s lunch we are eating at
a place called Taiken and they specialize in Nikkei food. Now this is something that I hadn’t heard
of until I came to Peru but apparently Peru has the second largest Japanese population
in all of South America. And that has really influenced the cuisine. So Nikkei is the combination of Peruvian and
Japanese culinary inspiration. So yeah, we’re going to be trying some Japanese
Peruvian food today. Okay, so this right here is Pejerrey tempura. Tempura time. And this is basically the local catch. Which makes it. And this sauce is really unique because normally
when I’ve had a dipping sauce, like when I’m having Japanese food, it is typically cold. And this is piping hot. You can actually see the steam coming off
of it. Whoops! Butter fingers over here. Butter fingers over here. Alright, we’re going to attempt to save this
here. Mmmm. Wow. You know whenever I’ve had tempura at a Japanese
restaurant it has always been vegetables. This is amazing. Like this is almost reminds me a little bit
sort of like fish and chips except it is a lot thinner. Oh, it is just so tasty. The tempura batter is really really good. And then the fish is really fresh. So yeah, typically when I’ve had tempura too
it tends to be something like sweet potato or other kinds of vegetables but wow does
it ever taste delicious in fish form. In fish form. So it is basically deep-fried fish in a batter. Basically, that is what I’m saying. Let’s get a close-up. Interesting. Are you going to eat it? There you go. Okay, so next up we’re going to dig in to
the maki rolls. And this one right here has breaded shrimp
and avocado and a little bit of fish on top. And I’m not entirely sure what the sauce or
the powder is. So maybe dip it in a bit of soy. Mmmmm. Oh wow. Tasty? That is really nice. Okay, one second to chew this. So, when we ordered this one off of the menu
we saw that it said acevichado which kind of sounds like Ceviche and if you try this
fish you’ll be able to tell that it has been cured in lime and it just has a very zesty
fresh flavor. You actually don’t even need the soy sauce
because it is so flavorful on its own. And I’m still not entirely sure about the
green powder but I do like it. So yeah, that is like a really interesting
twist on sushi because you have the ceviche influence coming through. So pretty cool. Plaza Mayor, also known as Plaza de Armas,
is located in the city centre. The square is flanked by many historic buildings
and if you’re looking for colonial architecture, this is the place to find it. The San Francisco Monastery is located just
a few blocks away from the main plaza, and it’s another site you won’t want to miss. You can only visit as part of a guided tour,
but inside you’ll find a library with antique texts, paintings from the days of the early
colony, and catacombs which contain thousands of skulls and bones. So it is time for another lunch video here
in Lima. Today we’re filming downtown. So we popped into one of the few restaurants
that was willing to serve us lunch at eleven am because we’re already starved and you know
when we’re hungry we get hangry. So here we are, we’re going to be filming
a video about ocopa a la arequipeña and Papa a la Huancaína. Both are potato dishes served with sauces
which are kind of similar but from different regions. So we’ll be sampling those. So the dish Sam is trying, Papa a la Huancaína,
originated in the province of huancayo and that is how it gets its name. Yeah, so let’s talk about the ingredients
here. So the main thing here is the sauce. I mean of course this is a potato dish but
this is a sauce that is made out of cheese, milk and rocoto. And rocoto that is the yellow aji pepper. Yeah, exactly. And this is something we’re very familiar
with because it is often served at your Aunt’s and Grandma’s house. So we love this dish. Wow. Good stuff? This is easily one of my favorite Peruvian
dishes. Like I just love this sauce and then Peruvian
potatoes are some of the best in the world, so it is like you’re combining this amazing
sauce on top of really well prepared potatoes. That is amazing. And the cool thing about this dish is that
you can find it just about everywhere in Peru. You can find this along the coast, in the
Sierras and even in the jungle. So yeah, and speaking of presentation this
is usually served with black olives and hard boiled eggs. And these are small eggs. I think these are quail eggs because they’re
quite little. So do you like it? Oh yeah. Maybe I won’t be sharing after all. So it is now time to try the second potato
dish and that is ocopa a la arequipeña. If you have a look here we can see the plate
and it is a little bit different from the previous one. This sauce is a little bit more green. But it is still served with a hard boiled
eggs and the black olives. And the two main ingredients to make this
sauce are aji and huacatay. No idea what huacatay is. I have never seen this before. No clue. Not very familiar with the food here in Peru. Um, but aside from that the sauce also has
a bit of onions, garlic, milk, fresh cheese, some crumbled crackers and peanuts so it should
be a bit more crunchy than the one we had earlier. So I’m going to grab a spoon here. It is time to serve yourself. Help myself. Serve yourself up. There we go. Let’s grab a bit more sauce so you can really
taste it. Alright, time to dig in. Yeah. Oh, and one thing worth noting. If you don’t want to go through the trouble
of making the sauce from scratch. You can go to the supermarket here in Peru
and they sell these little packs that have the powder already pre-made. And you just have to like add a little bit
of milk and water and viola! Instant sauce out of the bag. But let’s try this. Mmmmmm. So yeah, so this one is a bit sweeter than
the one we had earlier. A lot sweeter actually. A lot sweeter. Wow. In the past when I’ve had it at my family’s
place it is a bit more crunchy. Because I guess they don’t really chop their
peanuts that finely so you can still kind of taste them. But this one is very smooth and very creamy. And it is a bit spicier than the Huancaína
we had earlier. So it is kind of spicy and sweet. It is good. It is good but I still prefer Papa a la Huancaína. That is just a classic. Another place to visit in Lima’s historic
centre is the main cathedral. They offer a guided tour, which is very informative,
and you can also climb down into the crypt beneath the church. Just down the street from the Cathedral you’ll
find the Government Palace. If you time your visit just right, you’ll
be able to watch the changing of the guard. Unfortunately, we had just missed it! So it is past twelve noon which I think means
it is acceptable to get a little boozy. We are going to be doing a taste test of Pisco
Sour versus Chilcano. Both drinks are made with Pisco but they are
quite different so those should be coming soon. So the cocktail has arrived. This is the Pisco Sour. Yes. And this is my all-time favorite Peruvian
drink. It is amazing. I can’t wait to try it here. So how does it taste? As you might imagine. It is sour. But also quite sweet. Yeah. So, the Pisco Sour is made from a number of
different ingredients so you’ve got your grape brandy the Pisco which actually comes from
the town of Pisco here in Peru. Yeah. Then you’ve got your egg white on top. If you take a look down here you’ve got your
egg white on top, a little bit of bitter which is the brown. Nice and frothy. Yes, that is the key. And then here you also have lemon or lime
juice and often a little bit of syrup added to give it some extra bit of sugar. Extra bit of sweet. So that is one very sweet cocktail. Very refreshing on a hot day. Yeah, and this is considered the National
drink of Peru. Mixing it all up with my little seahorse. So I ordered the Chilcano and this is a cocktail
that is made with Pisco, ginger ale and a little bit of lime juice. You know who would really like this? Would be my Mom. She loves ginger ale. That is a little stronger than I was expecting. Potent. Potent. I was hoping it would be a little bit watered
down with all of the ice cubes but no that is definitely got Pisco in there and you can
taste it. It burns on the way down. I might need to help you out with that one
huh? Actually, the first time we tried Chilcanos
it was in Cusco, we thought we were going to a Pisco museum but when we got there it
was actually more like a bar. So we ordered I think it was like four different
Chilcanos with different flavors. So that was pretty cool. This one that I’m having right now is just
the classic. Basically ginger ale, lime and Pisco. But you can get fancy and like make strawberry
ones, cinnamon ones and just you know different flavors. So one of our favorite things to do in Lima
whenever we’re in the city is to come to Kennedy Park. And they have so many stray cats that are
taken care of by the locals. You can buy a little bit of cat food and feed
them and play with them. And they’re all really friendly. For us the cats are the main attraction, however,
aside from that, the park also hosts an outdoor hippie fair which is worth checking out. That, or just go play with the cats! So it is dinnertime here in Lima and we are
at a place called La Lucha which specializes in sandwiches so we’ve ordered a Chicharrón
sandwich which is like a fried pork. It should be really tasty. We are waiting for our food to get here. And yeah, let’s get started. So our food has arrived. Yeah we’ve got our Pan con Chicharrón. It’s looking good. It looks amazing. If you look down here you really get a good
tour of what we have. So we’ve got a bun and inside it looks like
we’ve got lots of onion. I’m guessing it is sweet onion. Yeah. Then we have the fried pork and then the kamote
– the sweet potato. Exactly. So that looks like a pretty awesome sandwich. Let’s try it now. Yes. Is it ready? Alright, it is my first bite. Mmmm. It’s so good. It’s so good. You know what really makes a sandwich. I mean the meat is awesome it is really good
quality but it is the sweet potato. I love having sweet potato in my sandwich. That’s an unusual ingredient but it works
doesn’t it? It does. Lima’s Mercado Indio is located along Petit
Thouars, and this is where visitors can come to do all their souvenir shopping. Whether it’s alpaca sweaters, chess sets,
warm slippers, or silver jewelry you’re after, you can find it all here. It is lunchtime again here in Lima and today
we are going to be trying a traditional dish called Ají de gallina. This is probably like one of those national
dishes that you can find at almost any restaurant. But we’re eating it at a place called Republica
which makes Peruvian dishes but kind of like in a casual fast food setting. So yeah, it should be interesting. We’ve placed our order and that should be
coming soon. Okay, so the food is already here. That came very quickly. So let’s have a look at the plate. This is Ají de gallina and as you can see
it is kind of like a chicken stew. It is made with shredded chicken and the sauce
has a cream, cheese and peanut base. And also the way they thicken this sauce is
by adding bread crumbs that have been soaked in either a broth or milk and this is served
with rice or boiled potatoes. And the boiled potatoes and kind of hiding
underneath all of the chicken here. Oh, we do have boiled potatoes. We do. Yeah. I thought we were just given rice. So this is a very hearty meal. I’m kind of glad we’re sharing one plate because
there is no way I could eat all of this. Um, but yeah, let’s dig right in. I’m just going to try it with rice here. Look at that. This looks so good. This is one of my favorite ways that chicken
is prepared here in Peru. I love this dish. Mmmmhmmm. And, I don’t know if I forgot to mention this
but another key ingredient is Aji. The hot pepper. But because it has a cream base it is not
super spicy. So I really love this. Look, they actually gave us aji sauce too. In case we want it spicier. Maybe we should add a little bit. In case it wasn’t enough. Yeah, just dunk it all over that rice. I’m not sure if that is how it is done but
that is how we do it. So let’s see if that has more kick now. Another quality control bite. Quality control. That is what we call it. Mmmmm. Now it is spicier. That is good. Nice and creamy too? Feel the burn. Lima’s beaches are very pebbly and the waters
are rather cold, but that doesn’t keep beach goers away. If you just want to sunbathe or cool off with
a quick dip, the beaches fit the bill. So for today’s lunch in Lima we are going
to be having Chifa. And that is basically Chinese food with a
Peruvian twist. So you know how we always visit a country
maybe even Canada or the US and you go to a Chinese buffet and you’re like mmmm this
is delicious and then you go to China and you can’t find any of the dishes you had at
a Chinese buffet. That is because Chinese food really varies
from one country to the next because incorporate you know their spices and their cooking styles. So Peruvian Chinese food is quite distinct. We’re going to be eating Chifa which literally
means to eat rice. So yeah, we’ve ordered a lot of food that
is going to be coming soon and it should be interesting. Peruvian Chinese food. Apparently there are more than 6000 chifa
restaurants spread out across Lima, so we can assure you that you won’t have any trouble
finding one. On the contrary, it might be kind of hard
to choose just one! If you want to see what a local market looks
like, head over to Mercado de Surquillo. You’ll find lots of fresh produce here,
and it’s particularly busy if you come in the early morning. They also have little stands where you can
grab a bite if you get hungry. So for today’s video we are at a place called
Sanguchisimo and we’re going to be eating salchipapas by popular demand. We had all of these people being like if you’re
in Lima you have to eat salchipapa. So we listened to you, we tracked down this
place and we’re excited to be trying this dish. So our choripapas and salchipapas have arrived. We’ve got the sausage one and the hot dog
one. Look at those portions. That is a thing of beauty. And this is a street food snack that originated
in the streets of Lima. But now it has spread all over Latin America
so you can find it in other countries which is pretty cool. Different variations everywhere. And it comes with four different sausages
that we’ve got here on this plate. We’ve got ketchup, mayo, mustard and of course
aji. I think the aji is my favorite one. Yes, mine too. So we may need to ask for an extra container. And this is like a really nice spicy sauce
that you’ll find almost everywhere in Peru. It is always a staple at the table. So yeah, I’m really looking forward to digging
in to this. It looks fantastic. So let’s just go for it. So on top here we have. Look at all of that cheese! Yeah, that is a lot of cheese and some fried
egg as well. And when we were placing our order they asked
us do you want your egg like well fried or do you want it a little bit runny. And there is nothing that grosses out Sam
more than runny eggs so we got ours well done sunny side up. So yeah, I kind of like my eggs runny. I like them juicy. I don’t like my runny eggs. It grosses me out when the yolk bursts. Yeah. Sam is always like take it away. I can’t look at the plate. Take it away. But anyways, I’ve got a little bit of everything
on here. My French Fry, my hot dog, my egg and cheese. Look at the sauce. And yes let’s dip it into the aji. Can’t forget that. Load up on that aji. That is a massive bite. Ugh. Hot. Aw! A little messy. Wow. That is good. Give me one minute. This is wonderful. If I were a kid I feel like I would want to
eat this everyday. I would be like Mom, please salchipapa for
lunch. It is really good. It is really hot. I just burned my mouth when I took that first
bite. But look at that. Yeah, it has got a lot of ingredients that
kids would love. Yeah. You’ve got your french fries, you’ve got your
cheese, you’ve got your eggs, you’ve got your hot dog, you’ve got your nice sauces. That is ticking off a lot of boxes for sure. It is wonderful. And I have to say the aji at this restaurant
is actually really spicy. It is the spiciest which I’ve had. So right now we are visiting Park Maria Reiche. Which is a real cool park where they’ve recreated
the Nazca lines using flowers and different plants. So if you don’t want to go all the way down
to Nazca, and you don’t want to fly in one of those tiny planes, you can come here and
kind of get an idea what the Nazca lines look like. I mean these are obviously much smaller. If you have a bit of a sweet tooth, you’ll
certainly enjoy diving into Peruvian desserts. There are a few classics that you simple shouldn’t
miss, including: Suspiro a la limeña and Merengado de chirimoya. Another fun way to experience the city is
by bike. Head down to the boardwalk where you can hire
a bicycle for a few hours and bike the length of the coast. So it is time for another food video and today
we are going to be trying something that is called Causa. Causa, it is kind of like a shepherds pie
if you haven’t tried it before, it is made with yellow mashed potato and you can get
lots of different fillings. So we’ve ordered two different varieties and
that should be coming soon and it is going to be delicious. I love the causa. So the causa has arrived and it is a thing
of beauty. How excited are you for your food, Sam? Yeah, it looks like artwork. I almost feel guilty tucking in to it. Almost. Okay, so let’s talk about the key ingredients
that make up causa. So you have your yellow potato, lime and aji
which is the yellow hot pepper. Yeah. And in terms of fillings you can have lots
of different ones. So Sam went with the classic which has. Mine has chicken and you can also see that
there is some avocado here on the side as well. And that looks like some mayo. A mayo sauce on top. I’m just going to dig right in. I’m going right to the bottom. It is like cutting into a tower. Wow. That is really good. Yeah? Yeah. And with this particular causa it is really
salty. You can tell they’ve added a lot of salt to
it. But it just like, when you get that much yellow
potatoes, it is just oh man it is so good. It is almost like having Mom’s mashed potatoes
back home or something but with much better dressings. With the chicken and the sauce and the avocado. Oh man, that is good. Okay and let’s talk about the chicken. Is it shredded chicken? Like the one we had in Aji de Gallina or is
it chopped. It is shredded chicken. Yeah. Okay. One more bite for quality control. Research purposes. That is good stuff. And I am beyond excited for mine because I
saw Causa Acevichado on the menu and that is a ceviche causa. Look at that. Woah. So I’ve got my fish, a little bit of fish
that has been kind of cooked in lime. I have my red onions, I have my hot chili
peppers and of course my yellow mashed potato with a bit of mayo. Super fancy over there. I know. And if you know how much I love ceviche this
is just the perfect dish for me really. You’re doing a good job of toppling it already. I don’t know why but I’m blowing on my food. That is such a habit. It is cold. It is a cold dish. Mmmmm. Oh, yeah. The best of both worlds? It is so good. The lime. So much lime. And it is so tangy. And a little spicy. With those little pieces of red hot chili. Mmmmm. This is my favorite. I haven’t even tried yours but I know this
is my favorite. Mmmmm. And that’s a wrap for the Peruvian capital. We had a wonderful time visiting Lima and
we hope that you’ll consider adding this destination to your travel bucket list if
you come to Peru. As always, if you have any other suggestions
of delicious foods to try, or cool things to do in Lima that we may not have mentioned,
feel free to share those with travellers in the comments below. For more food and travel videos from around
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99 thoughts on “30 Things to do in Lima, Peru Travel Guide

  1. Lovely video!!! As a Peruvian I feel that our food is so underrated in the world and I feel that you guys did it justice showing our amazing food πŸ’›

  2. Hyperpronoucing Spanish names makes it mostly useless for English speakers, but does make you sound cool, especially for a Canadian. Fun stuff.

  3. PerΓΊ con una gastronomΓ­a deliciosa y unas culturas Γ©picas y majestuosas quedaiz encantado cuando vayaiz para aya saludos desde EspaΓ±a chavalez πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ

  4. you haven't mentioned the names of the restaurant and when you did, it was with a thick spanish accent. could you spell them for me please ? going tomorrow and it will help me. thanks.

  5. Hey guys I am from lima peru and your video it's really nice, I like it. now I am living in Barcelona when u want come here let me know. I make videos similar greeting

  6. Thank you very much for your video because with this I can really show my friends out of the country what Peru really is like! and also you really did a good job, thank you for visiting the country!

  7. It is a great thing you guys made this video during the summer months. Lima is not as nice as this video shows from May to October.

  8. Would also recommend making a trip to the desert oasis at Huacachina, it is a short bus ride away from Lima and well worth the trip. https://youtu.be/85cCcpMeeWo

  9. Facts 31 – its a must to check out, the strip club aka chongo in ( Callao & lima ) – open 24-7 –( Las Cucardas) ( Night Club Anaconda ) ( Trocadero Club ) ( El Naranjito ) ( San Remo )..lap dance & table dance etc.. under 10-15 dollars & drinks or beer are 3-4 dollars … enjoy Sincerely Dirty Lou

  10. Facts 32 – don't take back a kilo of cocaine back to the state, just because it cost between $1,500 – $1,700 dollars ..

  11. I'm watching things to do in Peru for my trip in January. I'm actually Peruvian but left at a young age so my experience living there is very low and only based on my childhood memories (I just went everywhere my mom took me).

    Now that I'm an adult and I have my own money, I want to go explore more and eat many things since one thing I can NEVER forget no matter how young I was is that Peruvian food is THE BEST! I can't wait to go back to eat my country's best quality food. I want to see more activities to do as well though. Recommend please.

  12. Sams face is ALWAYS priceless…….I can't stop laughing. He looks like he smoked the fattest joint before going on cam

  13. -Are you feeling the love?
    -im feeling the love!
    -plant one on here then..
    You guys are adorable and blessed! Keep enjoying life to the fullest. I wish one day i can be like you guys! πŸ™‚

  14. im going peru will stay Distrito del Rimac i hear its bit dangerous there. i go for residency… i wanna eat all the food your having.. πŸ™‚ do you have names of restraunt some were written..

  15. I got drunken in Lima and went looking for coke once. After blackingout I was found running down the street shoeless. I was robbed of my shoes and dignity.

  16. Nice video! You should also include the name of the restaurants where you had each food (if you recommend them)

  17. What a GOOD VIDEO of eating Im Lima. I lived there fot some years and cant forget the Street food the best restaurants and the nice people. I'm chilean but when i retire ill go to live in PERU. Arriba Peru!! Donde el indomito Inca prefiriΓ³ morir…

  18. 13 of those "things" you put on your list are restaurants and food. How is the night life in Lima? Are there any good night clubs there?

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  21. Not really what I was looking for, thanks for the inside view of peruvian cuisine, but I was more expecting to see places to visit in Lima.

  22. In part of the video you said never tried before but then you said everytime I come to lima.
    Is confusing.
    I was 1 time trying all that food?
    You should make a video of eating at markets or street food.
    And drinking emoliente

  23. love how open minded u guys r bout new flavors ,my foreigner friends get pretty sick for only smelling some of those dishes

  24. Ana Maldonado
    πŸ˜‚I hate those cats.
    Kidding, no, I don’t hate them but I got married in that church and city building in 1993, no cats and a free road in front of that church only for the limousine and the bride, beautiful entrance, clean park, AND THATS WHY I CHOSE IT πŸ˜„. Anyway, times chance, glad they still manage to keep it clean.
    Nice trip around Lima (Santiago de Surco/Lima – PERU πŸ‡΅πŸ‡ͺ here πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ)
    Watch out with the Pisco, I learned it the hard way, because they make it sweet with syrup you don’t feel it until you try to stand up.😏

  25. #31 PARQUE DE LA AMISTAD. Friendship park. Ave. Benavides + Ave. Caminos del Inca. in Surco District. If you take Ave. Benavides from Ave. Larco, it's straight until a block before Carretera Panamericana Sur.

  26. 30 Things to EAT in Lima. That is because PERU has been named the First Culinary destination in South America for (I think) 4 years in a row.
    So, if you go to LIma, you have to eat.

  27. The most memorable thing We did in Lima was rescued a Street dog πŸ• and brought to USA, we changed her life, She changed Our life.

  28. Mmm.. my mouth is watering. I'm so craving for Peruvian food. I was visiting Lima a year ago and did what you see in this video.I can't wait to go back and do it again!

  29. Thanks for all the tips and food recommendations! I was planning spending 2-3 days in Lima but now im thinking 4-5!

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