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Lima: 3 Day Itinerary

Explore fascinating Incan ruins, enjoy delicious Peruvian food at well-known World's 50 Best restaurants, and lose yourself in the artistic appeal of the city's boutique shops and distinctive street art on our luxury three-day itinerary in Lima.


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Luxe Lima Absolute Musts

La Picanteria - pescado a la plancha prepared "al ajo", but seriously everything is delicious.

Museo Larco - pre-Columbian art at its finest, with a posh restaurant if you have time.

Amoromar - the pastel de choclo will blow you away. It's a hefty dish, but totally worth it.

Luxe Lima Itinerary & Map 

Navigate your way through Lima with our recommended itinerary and map. View Google Maps with color-coded areas in interactive mode and access our scheduled list of spots.

Map Key

Daily Plan Summary

Hotel B


Day 1


Museo Larco


El Mercado






Day 2


Amano, Pre-Columbian Textile Museum


Huaca Pucllana Site Museum







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Day 3


Centro Histórico


Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI)


La Picantería





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Lima Day 1: Baranco

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The Bar, Hotel B

Providing outstanding service, chic lodgings, and an amazing dining experience, Hotel B is a seductive and opulent sanctuary that skillfully combines historical charm with contemporary elegance.

A fascinating window into Peru's rich and ancient past, Museo Larco is a cultural treasure that houses an amazing collection of pre-Columbian artefacts.

With its fresh, tasty ingredients, quaint market-style setting, and extensive selection of Peruvian cuisine that highlight the rich tastes and culinary customs of the area, El Mercado provides an outstanding dining experience.

Explore Baranco

Art lovers and cultural vultures should not miss Baranco, a bohemian district well-known for its colorful street art, cutting-edge stores, and varied eating scene. Baranco has a special fusion of artistic appeal and coastal beauty with its quaint ambiance, stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, and vibrant nightlife.

Culinary skill meets Peruvian ingredients at Central, a remarkable dining experience by Virgilio Martínez. Its creative tasting menus and faultless service will make a lasting impression on discriminating foodies.

Lima Day 2: Miraflores & San Isidro

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Textiles, Museo Amano

A fascinating window into Peru's rich history, Museo Amano is a little-known treasure that houses an amazing collection of antique textiles and pottery. Both history and art lovers will find the museum's well chosen displays, informed personnel, and peaceful setting to be enthralling.

Attractive archeological landmark Huaca Pucllana takes tourists back in time to the old Lima culture. The interesting history and culture of Peru are fully engrossed in tourists' experience by the well-preserved adobe pyramid, educational guided tours, and expansive city views.

Maido is a remarkable gastronomic adventure where Peruvian and Japanese tastes blend together beautifully. It features Chef Mitsuharu Tsumura's creative and artistic dishes, faultless service, and a chic atmosphere that takes dining to new levels.

Explore Larco Mar

Shopping, eating, and stunning seaside views are all combined in the lively and upmarket Larco Mar district. Larco Mar offers guests wishing to enjoy shopping, eating, and beach leisure all in one location a wonderful experience with its modern stores, varied food options, and vibrant ambiance.

Savor great regional food hidden down a peaceful street. The family's kind and friendly welcome matched every delicious mouthful. Strongly advised for a meal experience to remember.

Lima Day 3: Centro Histórico & Le Mar

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La Picanteria, Le Maximo

Centro Histórico

With magnificent architecture, expansive plazas, and well-known sites like Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral of Lima, the Historic Center of Lima, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, flawlessly maintains the city's colonial past. A trip through Lima's fascinating past and lively spirit can be had by exploring its quaint alleyways, busy marketplaces, and cultural landmarks.

A fascinating window into Peru's rich history and creative traditions is offered by the magnificent collection of Peruvian art and artifacts housed at Mali Museum.

Serving up traditional Peruvian food with bold and genuine flavors, La Picanteria in Lima is a culinary gem that showcases the rich tapestry of regional specialties and creates a dynamic and colorful environment that really immerses guests in the local eating culture.


Originating in sunny climes, the siesta has a long history as a cultural custom in many countries. It provides a break from the midday heat and an opportunity for leisure, family time, and avoiding the sweltering sun at its hottest hours.

With its lively atmosphere, inventive cocktails, and delectable appetisers, Cala on the Coast's happy hour is a lovely way to unwind and spend a laid-back evening with friends or coworkers.

Rafael is a must-visit for foodies looking for an unforgettable dining experience because of its exquisite flavors, elegant presentations, and flawless service, which are achieved by skillfully fusing Peruvian ingredients with worldwide techniques.

Luxe Lima Extensions

Remarkable for its well-preserved Incan ruins, elegant colonial architecture, and lively local culture, Cusco is a fascinating city tucked away in the Peruvian Andes that offers a special fusion of history, breathtaking scenery, and immersive experiences.

Known as the "White City," Arequipa captivates tourists with its breathtaking Santa Catalina Monastery, magnificent volcanoes, and arresting colonial architecture. It offers a seductive fusion of history, natural beauty, and cultural charm.

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