Arrival to Lima
You will be transferred to your private apartment.
Traditional breakfast & Historical Center
The day begins at the Plaza de Armas of Lima, eating one of the most Peruvian breakfasts: a deep-fried pork sandwich (chicharrón). Then, you will have a stroll through the Historic Center. You will visit a beautiful Franciscan monastery dating from the mid-1500s and a colonial house through which you will learn about that time's lifestyle. Finally, you will walk through one of the most commercial streets of downtown towards Plaza San Martín.
"Well served" lunch
Lunch will take place in a famous restaurant that serves generous traditional Peruvian portions, set with a theme inspired by Peru's second religion: soccer.
The day will end with a dinner at Osaka, awarded as the 4th best restaurant in Peru. In this experience, specially designed for PWS travelers, the selected dishes will make you discover the most delicious flavors of Nikkei culture, surrounded by an architecture that perfectly combines Peruvian and Japanese motifs in a luxurious environment.
Discovering native foods
You can open this day by taking a walk through one of the best open-air markets in Lima or visiting a bio-market where you will taste native products and street food from the area.
For lunch, you will discover the different flavors from the Peruvian coast, highlands, and rainforest. Learn how to cook a delicious ceviche and prepare Pisco Sour, our flag drink, all in one place! You will enjoy this immersive experience with a local host from Peru Well Served.
To top off the day, you will dine at a place that pays tribute to the spirit and flavors of the taverns of yesteryear, to that Peruvian home cooking, and the forgotten recipes in old cookbooks. In a relaxed, cozy atmosphere, you will taste some of the most traditional Peruvian dishes in well-served portions that are meant to be shared.
This last day is dedicated to discovering Callao: a place where many cultures merge. This part of the city, home to Peru's main port and airport, is packed with history. Here you will find colonial forts, European-style plazas, urban art, and excellent seafood. The visit will start at La Punta: a traditional beach town located on a small peninsula near the airport. You will also visit the city's artistic part: Callao Monumental, the main point of street art and murals decor that holds new avant-garde art galleries along with classic marine food restaurants.
For lunch, you can choose between an haute cuisine restaurant located next to the port that offers a breathtaking view of the quay cranes or try different interpretations of traditional Peruvian flavors through a tasting menu in a friendly restaurant in the heart of Callao Monumental. At the proper time, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back home. *This experience can be replaced by lunch at Central restaurant (depending on availability) or in a "cevichería" for a very local experience.