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  • La Catedral

    Baroque, solemn, and imposing, a relic of the time when the Spaniards used the might of religious architecture to seduce the natives into becoming ... More
  • La Rosa Náutica

    With a glass of wine in hand, watch the sun drop into the Pacific from one of four windowed rooms in this Victorian-style complex on a pier. Creat... More
  • Las Pallas

    Owner Mari Solari stocks her shop, which doubles as her residence, with handicrafts from around the country. Multicolored candles from Cuzco and ce... More
  • Lima Tours

  • Machu Picchu

  • Marisol Mosquera

    Years as agent: 15. Specialties: Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Galápagos. Consultation fee: $250. More
  • Mercado Indio

    Bargain for clay vessels and ponchos at the sprawling daily market. This is the place to find deals on inexpensive souvenirs. Created by the edi... More
  • Museo Enrico Poli

  • Museo Larco

    Located in quiet Pueblo Libre, this museum is known for its unusual collection of erotic pottery, made more than 1,300 years ago. Rounding out the ... More
  • Museo Nacional de Arqueología Antropología e Historia

    Ancient silver vessels and stone idols fill one wing; the other provides a survey of more recent history. The Spanish colonial period is well repre... More
  • Museo Pedro de Osma

    The magnificent recently restored mansion of Don Pedro de Osma y Pardo is yet another place to see a rich variety of art and artifacts. Built aroun... More
  • Orient-Express

    Claiming to be “curators of unique experiences,” Orient-Express is known for offering the most exclusive railway journeys in the world, and today t... More
  • Palacio de Torre Tagle

    More distinctive than the touristed Plaza Mayor is the Palacio de Torre Tagle, a former marquis' mansion. Completed around 1735, its stone arches a... More
  • Raqchi

    Site of a 15th-century Inca town made mostly of mud bricks, yet of phenomenal size, the towering columns of its Wiracocha temple built to support w... More
  • Sacsayhuaman Fort

    The Inca sites around the edges of town are spectacular, especially the intimidating stone ramparts of Sacsayhuaman. More
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