The Palace of Justice is the seat of the Supreme Court of Peru. It is located in the Lima District of the city of Lima, capital of Peru.
The Jiron de la Union, or Union Street, is a pedestrian street located in the Historic Centre of Lima, part of the capital of Peru.
The Casa de Osambela is a building built during the colonial era of Peru.
The oldest part of Lima where the remains of city walls can still be found. A charming place - just wander around and enjoy.
The church holds the remains of the very first Peruvian saint. Her hermitage can also still be seen here.
Named after the legendary beach, this surfing spot definitely doesn't embarrass its name. A sandy paradise.
The Cementerio Presbítero Matías Maestro is a cemetery in Lima, the capital city of Peru.
Housed in a splendid building with long history, the centre houses archaeological museum, folklore centre, art museum and many more.
No trip to Peru is complete without a show of traditional Peruvian dances in typical costumes. Come enjoy a wonderful evening here.
This unpretentious church is entangled with an interesting legend about a miraculous rescue of lost fishermen.
The Museum of Italian Art is a public museum in Lima, Peru, under the administration of the National Culture Institute.
The Natural History Museum in Lima, is Peru's most important museum of natural history.
Puruchuco is an archaeological site in Peru that was an administrative center of the Inca period, located in the Ate District, in Lima.
Parque de las Leyendas is a zoo in the San Miguel district of Lima, Peru.
The Estadio Nacional of Peru is a multi-purpose stadium located in Lima, Peru.
The Teatro Municipal de Lima is a theatre and concert hall in Lima, Peru. It is home to the National Symphony Orchestra of Peru.