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Business class flights to Lima

starts from £
1947.87
  • London
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About Business class flights to Lima

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Lima, the Peruvian capital, looks impressive with its colonial buildings, sophisticated dining and envying nightlife. Enjoying a spectacular setting on a wide alluvial plain adjacent to oceanfront this once richest city in South America has a huge following among travellers. The city may not have retained its top position but it still has enough things to showcase its glorious past. And once you brave its traffic you will come across its great offerings: National Museum's pre-Columbian treasures and Plaza Mayor's colonial heritage gives you an insight into its glorious past. The world travellers may have their own opinion but Limenous has different priority. For most of them a ceviche (lime-marinated seafood) with pisco sours is most important things the city has on offer. Charmed by glorious history, aesthetic delights and great dining spaces travellers often fly business class to Lima where they can enjoy a fulfilling vacation.

Useful information

  • The weather in Lima is different from that of the UK. The best time to visit Lima is from December to March when there is no coastal fog and mist.
  • Know the local customs, and dress and behave in way that it doesn’t hurt locals.
  • Be abreast of the climatic conditions and pack accordingly.

The city offers an array of experiences to the visitors. Most of the travellers go to visit Plaza Mayor which is a UNESCO world heritage site and home to a large number of historical attractions; Park of the flag, Government palace, Casa del Oidor, Municipal Palace of Lima, Archbishop's Palace of Lima, Club of the Union, Cathedral of Lima and Olaya passage are prominent among them. If you are nurturing love for museums don’t forget to visit National Museum and Larco Museum where you can see pre-Columbian art. But if you are tired of exploring city and looking for an escape then visit its Pacific beaches and tastefully manicured gardens.

Those with a love for shopping can visit Miraflores' arty markets and gallerie where they can bag some interesting memories. Central Market and Jockey Plaza Mall are other attractions. Bohemian Barrranco district, with several nightlife options, is an interesting place to visit. In addition to this, Lima has a good number of hotels and restaurants to provide you with pleasant stay.


Lima Flights

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