What To Expect
Discover downtown Lima's nightlife and local culture!
After meeting at the fountain of Plaza de Armas, we'll hear anecdotes of the nightlife of the old city while we head out to explore the district.
Our first stop is at the longest-running bar in Peru which is famous not only for its age, but also for the high profile visitors like presidents and politicians that visited over the bar over the years.
We'll walk a few blocks away to a dynamic area well-known for the many vendors of anticuchos (beef hearts), picarones (small donuts), and other traditional Limeñan street food. Here you'll become an expert in Peruvian food as you sample a number of local dishes.
Next, proceed to one of the busiest streets in the city and straight into the old, haunted German bar. Famous for its live piano music and the ghost of its original owner, it is said that the sounds of piano playing is still heard of every night.
Our final stop would be in a 1920's bar which got its start as a grocery store. The locals would buy their groceries and stop for a drink while they were there. This bar also prepares its own pisco. Here, you'll learn all the many drinks that can be made from pisco, which is way more than just sours.
Tour ends at Plaza San Martín in downtown Lima.
Local English-speaking guide
Meals and drinks, unless specified
Optional activity costs
Participants must be at least 12 years old to join this tour.
This tour operates with a maximum of 12 guests.
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