by Peru Cycling
An interesting experience for travelers who seek a deeper, more meaningful connection with Lima in a close up visit biking on the city streets, avenues, parks, boulevards, bike paths and main interest places including those little known sites and key details such as icons, symbols and monuments hiding encrypted bits of the city history and that embody the spirit of a journey of the Century Explorers Club.
In this easy bike ride the city reveals the truth of its occupation since the early pre-hispanic times, passing by the spanish colonial domination era and republican times to present days.
The Lima's highlights are included, such as: the Historic Center (downtown), the traditional and elegant Miraflores, San Isidro and Santa Beatriz neighborhoods. the 19th century Parque de la Exposición, Plaza San Martín, Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral of Lima and San Francisco monastery, and much more...
After a lunch/snack break in a traditional old Lima place the ride continues by the nice residential areas of modern San Isidro and Miraflores on the Pacific Ocean seaside bike path.
Have you ever tried the Peruvian Pisco Sour? The best in town is on our way right from the bar it was invented in the early 1900's. Bring some extra 20 soles (U$8) to try it and meet the Peruvian Pisco Sour's creator barman.
The ride goes by safe low traffic streets and bike paths.
The tour starts from your hotel at 10am and ends at the same place at 3pm aprox.
Tour start at different time is possible upon your request.
See full details here: http://www.perucycling.com/limacity.htm
Want to know what the Lima's emblem represents?
You will know the full story on the Lima City Bike Tour