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WHEN IN LIMA

About Peru - From $249.00 USD

Lima, the capital of Peru and also called “the city of the kings”, was founded by the Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro in 1535 and became the capital and most important city of the Spanish Viceroyalty. Today it is still the country’s most important city. and stroll the streets of Lima where you can find archeological sites in the heart of the city, just steps from modern hotels, the best restaurants in South America, great casinos, boardwalks and malls. Central Holidays’ tailor-created When In features a variety of options and additions that cater to all different budgets. Each “When In” includes accommodations per the program, and breakfast daily, as well as sightseeing, excursions, and experiential activities based on the package selected…Travel In Simplicity, Travel In Style, or Travel In Luxury. Lima, great both day and night, is a pulsating city with a rich history and the hub for Peru’s ancient intriguing civilizations.
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