Current capital of the Republic of Peru, Metropolitan Lima has 11 million residents, which make 37% of the total population of Peru. is a dynamic and still growing city that combines a long, valuable historic legacy with the trends and amenities of any modern capital. It is still called "City of the Kings"
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ffer paragliding both tandem flights and paragliding lessons.
Have become a common sight in Miraflores, as soon as you get closer to the cliffs or to Larcomar area:
We offer paragliding both tandem flights and paragliding lessons.
since this flight will provide you a privileged panoramic view of Lima beaches and cliffs, and the sea, of course, flying over the coastal areas of Chorrillos, Barranco, Miraflores, Magdalena and San Miguel
and there is free wi-fi available.
Lima has a bunch of easily accessible beaches, that offer a complete experience to the visitor; sea, beaches, restaurants for all budgets and the possibility of practicing some nautical sports. These beaches are lined up and connected by a road that tours through several districts: San Miguel, San Isidro, Miraflores and Barranco, and are open to visitors during all the year, due to the benign, mild Lima weather. Some of the most popular beaches are Redondo, Agua Dulce, and La Herradura, that can get really crowded in summer. Surfers come here during all the year too
(Miraflores Central Park, aka Kennedy Park, too) is almost the heart of Miraflores' center: everything takes place around or very close to this place. Not only it has an amphitheater where many different shows take place daily, but there are food and desserts stalls and several fast-food places surrounding it; there's souvenirs vendors, street artists, and even a children's playground. There are surveillance cameras hidden at certain sports, and there is free wi-fi available.