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Vacation rentals in Lima

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Rental unit in Barranco
w*| Minimalist 1BR in Barranco
Barranco is Lima’s most bohemian neighborhood, known for its colonial-style houses, great restaurants, art galleries boutiques, nightlife and overall charm. Here you can find bars like Dadá, Ayahuasca, Victoria or restaurants like Isolina, Siete, La Linterna, Cantarana or La Cuadra de Salvador. A few blocks away from the apartment is located Metro, a supermarket, banks like BCP or Western Union, and if you want to enjoy an exciting night out, visit the Barranco Theater.
ﺩ.ﺇ142 per night
Rental unit in Lima
Amazing View + Pool + Gym - Barranco & Miraflores
Moderno e increíble apartamento en el corazón de Barranco, el distrito de arte de Lima. Lugar perfecto para empezar a conocer Lima con todas las facilidades que necesitas. En la mejor zona de Barranco y a 5 minutos de Miraflores. A 5 minutos del Boulevard de Barranco, iglesia principal, zona turística y del famoso "Puente de los Suspiros". • Piscina + Gym + Billar + Zona Trabajo incluido en areas comunes. • Recepción 24 horas.
ﺩ.ﺇ110 per night
Rental unit in Barranco
| Vibrant 11 Luxury 1BR|Wifi 50MB Kitchen Gym Pool
In case you need more details you can find videos and photos in our Ig account: If you are looking for a secure apartment, exclusive for you, with garage, with board games, Netflix and bicycles, your guaranteed apartment is here! We offer you an apartment designed for you with 24/7 customer support, amenities and extra services that together make us your best choice.
ﺩ.ﺇ173 per night

Stay near Lima's top sights

Photo of Larcomar
Larcomar1,056 locals recommend
Photo of Jockey Plaza
Jockey Plaza140 locals recommend
Photo of San Miguel Square
San Miguel Square238 locals recommend
Photo of Mega Plaza
Mega Plaza34 locals recommend
Photo of Miraflores
Miraflores215 locals recommend
Photo of Plaza Norte Shopping Center
Plaza Norte Shopping Center33 locals recommend

House rentals in Lima

Private room in Miraflores
Central Miraflores/Priv. Bath/Kingbed/Near Malecón
ﺩ.ﺇ75 per night
Home in Miraflores
Miraflores Studio privado equipado para 2 guest 4
ﺩ.ﺇ80 per night
Private room in San Isidro
Spacious room with private bathroom in San Isidro
ﺩ.ﺇ63 per night
Private room in Miraflores
Miraflores Downtown/Private Bath/Queen Bed/SmartTV
ﺩ.ﺇ73 per night
Private room in Cercado de Lima
Private bedroom/ bathroom in the heart of Barranco
ﺩ.ﺇ105 per night
Private room in Miraflores
Modern studio w/ bathroom and kitchen in Miraflores
ﺩ.ﺇ66 per night
Private room in Miraflores
Comfortable room with a private bathroom in Miraflores
ﺩ.ﺇ62 per night
Home in Miraflores
Nice apartment, ideal for long stays!
ﺩ.ﺇ113 per night
Private room in Lince
Beautiful 1 bedroom in the Middle of Lima
ﺩ.ﺇ50 per night
Private room in Lima
San Isidro- Hab. vista al parque y baño privado
ﺩ.ﺇ74 per night
Home in Lima
The Lighthouse PACAY
ﺩ.ﺇ73 per night
Private room in Barranco
❤️ Barranco great area
ﺩ.ﺇ46 per night

Stays in Santiago de Surco

Condo in Santiago de Surco
Beautiful duplex located near the US Embassy
ﺩ.ﺇ159 per night
Private room in Lima
Single private bedroom in apartment
ﺩ.ﺇ56 per night
Private room in Barranco
Private HB/Private Bath/ Walk-in Closet/ Smart TV
ﺩ.ﺇ74 per night
Loft in Lima
Qinti B&B: BASIC SUITE 403
ﺩ.ﺇ98 per night

Your guide to Lima

All About Lima

Surrounded by scenic hills and valleys with the Pacific Ocean lapping its shores, Peru’s capital city Lima is a vibrant metropolis steeped in a rich history dating back thousands of years. Peppered through almost every district, honey-hued huacas — pyramid structures made of clay — stand testament to the country’s Incan heritage in their hundreds. Museo Larco and the National Museum of Archeology, Anthropology and History of Peru (MNAAHP) showcase Incan culture through ceramics, fabrics, and jewelry, alongside artifacts covering over 5,000 years of Peru’s history.

The Plaza de Armas, in the heart of Lima’s historic center, has been acknowledged as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its cultural and historical importance. Here you’ll find some of the city’s most important buildings, including the Archbishop’s Palace and the Cathedral of Lima.

Miraflores is a chic neighborhood full of upmarket bars, fine dining restaurants, and the picturesque Parque Kennedy. It’s also where you’ll find the start of El Malecón, the city’s popular cliff-top scenic walkway. Barranco is Lima’s Bohemian district, which is home to lively bars and restaurants and the ornate Puente de los Suspiros (Bridge of Sighs).

Lima is regarded by many as the gastronomical capital of South America, boasting world-class restaurants alongside authentic local eateries and street vendors. Ceviche — raw fish cooked with citrus juices — is one of the most famous Peruvian dishes and can be found everywhere in the city, from fine dining restaurants to the more humble seafood stands in the seaside district of Chorrillos.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lima?

Peru sits in the Southern Hemisphere, so the warmest months are December through February when you can expect very hot and sunny days. In January, Lima celebrates its founding in 1535 with Aniversario de Lima. The biggest events take place in Plaza de Armas with traditional dances, musical performances, and a huge fireworks display. In February, locals celebrate Pisco Sour Day in honor of the national drink. The most pleasant times to be in Lima are from September to November and March and April, when you can expect warm days without the stifling heat of summer. During September, the city hosts the annual Mistura — the largest food festival in South America.

If you arrive between May and November, you’re likely to experience “la garua” — a thick misty fog that hangs over the city, creating overcast skies and lowering the temperature, so pack layers to stave off the chill. Whenever you visit Lima, you’ll find a range of apartment and house rentals throughout the city.

What are the top things to do in Lima?

El Malecón

El Malecón, the city’s spectacular six-mile cliff-top walkway, is the perfect place for a stroll. Along the way, you’ll find eight parks with lovely flower displays and many sculptures created by top Peruvian artists. You’ll also come across the Faro la Marina, Peru’s most famous lighthouse. There are many places to sit and enjoy the spectacular coastal views, as well as cafes if you need a coffee break. You can also cycle along the walkway as there are many places to rent a bike nearby.

The Larco Museum

Housed in an impressive 18th-century vice-royal mansion, the Larco Museum is regarded as one of the best museums in South America. It boasts the biggest collection of pre-Incan and pre-Columbian artifacts in the world, including ornate gold and silver jewelry, ceramics, burial masks, weapons, and textiles. All of these precious objects offer an insight into Peruvian culture and the Inca Empire.

Huaca Pucllana

In Miraflores, you’ll find Huaca Pucllana, the site of Lima’s most important ancient ruins. Central to the site is the Temple — a 70-foot-high pyramid built around 400 A.D. from millions of adobe bricks that was used for religious ceremonies.

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