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Lima Foodie

Lima Foodie

$1665 / per person
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Discover all the flavors from the Peruvian coast, highlands, and rainforest in one place.

Learn how to prepare a delicious Pisco Sour on a terrace overlooking the sea.

Enjoy the best of Nikkei food in a luxury dinner.

Itinerary summary:

Day 1:

Arrival in Lima. Dinner in one of the trendiest restaurants in town, part of the World’s 50 Best list

Day 2:

Shop for ingredients in a local market before your cooking class with a local chef. Visit the bohemian district and enjoy a nikkei dinner.

Day 3:

Sample local delicacies while you visit the main sights in downtown Lima. After lunch in a traditional taberna, enjoy some pisco sours in Barranco’s best bars.

Day 4:

Art and gastronomy in Callao. Afternoon transfer to the airport

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4 dias,3 noches
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Tour Plan

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Day 1:

Transfer to the airport and flight back to Lima
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Day 2:

Our charming chef and host will take you on a local cooking adventure that sets off with a visit to her favorite farmers’ market. After buying all the necessary ingredients, our host opens the doors to her home to teach you how to make three scrumptious Peruvian meals, as well as an emblematic pisco-based cocktail.   After lunch, head to Barranco, the bohemian heart of Lima. This district is home to the most prominent art galleries, cultural bars, and live music shows. Its neighborhoods—facing towards the Pacific Ocean—preserve the enticing allure of its architecture, dating back to the late 19th and early 20th century.   To cap off your day, you will have dinner in a restaurant that specializes in Peruvian-Japanese fusion cuisine.
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Day 3:

The day begins at the Plaza de Armas of Lima, tasting one of the most iconically Peruvian breakfasts: a deep-fried pork sandwich (chicharrón). To work it off, you will have a walk through Lima’s Historic Center, visiting the most important monuments, churches, and mansions. After lunch, the experience continues with the Pisco Route, where you will know about the history of this cocktail and taste some variants of the traditional alcoholic drink of Perú. Dinner tonight will be in a contemporary creole taberna, a homage to the soul and flavors of Peruvian home cooking, and the recipes that live on in old notebooks.
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Day 4:

Today you will explore the artsy side of Callao, the seaport town: a place where various cultures merge. You will find colonial forts, European-style squares, urban art, and excellent seafood.
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