This is a bike tour that takes you to two of the most culturally rich neighborhoods in Lima: Barranco and Miraflores. These areas have notable art and architecture, and it’s all easy to take in from a breezy bike ride.
- 4 hrs
- Available Days:
- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
- 10:00 AM
- Inquire for Transportation
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
On this tour, you’ll peddle through some of Lima’s lush parks and eclectic neighborhoods. Some of the houses here have served as homes for Lima’s famed writers, painters, and musicians. These areas also have eye-catching graffiti and street art. Your guide will also point out some of the area’s popular bars and cafés, and you’ll smell the savory aromas wafting from the street food stalls.
But the most breathtaking part of the tour comes when the bike path leads to the bay. This tour brings you to sweeping views from the edge of the cliffs and jetties along Lima’s coast, where you’ll see the blue expanse of the Pacific Ocean. You’ll get to stop to take photos at the most memorable stops.
What to Bring
Comfortable clothes, sunglasses, camera, as well as money for personal expenses and tips.
Guide, bike, insurance, helmet, lock, bottled water, and a snack.
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On this private tour you will travel outside of Lima to see the ruins of one of the oldest cities in the world – the only older ruins are in Mesopotamia. Caral was built around 5,000 years ago. Archaeologists have found artifacts here that indicate these people practiced agriculture, and their artwork suggests they knew about the existence of animals that lived in far-away jungles. During your visit here you will walk in the footsteps of the first city-dwellers in the Americas.
This tour will take you to the ruins of Caral, the oldest city in the Americas. Archaeologists estimate its age at around 5,000 years old, making this city older even than the Great Pyramid of Giza. Caral is some of the oldest evidence of humans living in cities. While much of this city has crumbled, it has contributed enormously to our understanding of the development of human civilization.