Shopping in Lima

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Lima’s shopping scene has an incredible range of products—as well as something for every budget. Splurge on vibrant baby alpaca wraps at glamorous cl... Read More

Lima’s shopping scene has an incredible range of products—as well as something for every budget. Splurge on vibrant baby alpaca wraps at glamorous cliffside mall Larcomar or barter with stallholders selling textiles, trinkets, and souvenirs at Mercado Indio.

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  • Dédalo Arte y Artesanía

    Dédalo, one of Barranco’s original artisan headquarters, is part art gallery and part crafts hub. Set in an early-20th-century mansion, Dédalo's layout... Read More

  • Giuliana Testino

    Giuliana Testino, a former professional basketball player and architecture student, had an unconventional path into fashion. But she was encouraged by... Read More

  • Kuna

    At Kuna, stock up on reasonably priced sweaters, knee-length coats and capes, and unisex hats and scarves, all made from soft Peruvian alpaca wool... Read More

  • Larcomar

    Retail therapy at Larcomar—which is wedged into the side of Lima’s cliffs and hidden from view—comes with a sea breeze and views of the Pacific ocean.... Read More

  • Mercado Indio

    From clay vessels and colorful ponchos to T-shirts and silverware, all your souvenir needs are covered at this sprawling Miraflores market. Scour the... Read More

  • Surquillo Mercado #1

    Head to Surquillo #1, one of the most authentic produce markets in the city, for a slice of daily life in Lima. Housewives and chefs rub shoulders here,... Read More

  • Xocolatl

    Given that Peru is one of the world’s leading cocoa-producing countries, chocoholics make a beeline for Xocolatl. As their slogan says, "You can’t buy... Read More

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