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Had a lovely dinner (good food and price) in a wonderful setting! If you like wine as they about corcho libre (corsage fee) and bring your own bottle as the prices are extravagant! Ask for a table in from the ruins when you make your...More
In the niddle of Lima an ancient templearea has been discovered and is now open for the public. A very interesting sight, well explained and a view far back into history. If you are in the area do not miss it but avoid the heat...More
Took the Spanish language tour and had a very informative visit. Got to walk all over the site from top to bottom. Going at mid day with water or sunscreen was an error in my part as shade is limited and on. Clear day, I...More
This place is pretty amazing, the amount of work that must have gone into creating the millions of clay bricks to build this huge pyramid is mind boggling. We had a night tour that started at 7pm and was it was excellent.
This place, right in the Miraflores Disctrict is an awesome archeological site to visit. We ate at the Huaca Pucllana restaurant before doing the visit and it was awesome! Quite a fine dining exprience though. The guide throughout the tour was trying her best to...More
Peru is not only a country of an ancient culture like the Incas but also a civilization that gathered pre cultures and one of those places to visit is the Huaca Pucllana (waka) and also a museum was a natural place of veneration and ritual...More
There is a gigantic pyramid in the middle of Lima that was built and expanded by a non warring group of people over 5,000 years ago. The “Lima Culture” built this and other structures between 200 BC and 700 AD, and not the Incas who...More
This is a very nice restaurant located next to La huaca pucllana an archeological site, so its an excellent choice to have lunch when visiting this interesting site.
As most of Peruvian restaurant has very nice Peruvian food and you get to enjoy the huaca...More
Huaca Pucllana is situated next to an archeological site in the Miraflores neighborhood of Lima. The restaurant itself appears to have been an old hacienda. Food and service are 5 star with great attentive to authentic Peruvian recipes.