Joining Free Tours in Lima you will get the perfect introduction to one of the key cities in South America. Walk through its historical center and learn about the three great periods of urban development that helped give shape to the city. You will enjoy its acclaimed world-famous cuisine in the Miraflores neighborhood, the most popular area among travelers.
You will have an unforgettable evening in the Barranco district, a unique neighborhood that is better understood once you explore its best bars and try classic cocktails. After joining some Lima walking tours you won’t be able to stop yourself from falling in love with the stunning Peruvian capital!
Rich archeological sites and well-preserved pyramids are proof that the great valleys of the Rimac have a history stretching back thousands of years to the Inca empire, and even before in pre-Columbian times.
After defeating the Inca ruler Atahualpa, Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro chose this area to set up the new capital of the Spanish empire in America. Thus, in 1535, he founded the city of Lima.
For the next two centuries, Lima flourished into a cultural, administrative and economic hub, crossed by beautiful avenues lined with colonial architecture, carved wooden balconies and Baroque temples such as the stunning Cathedral.
Join a Free Historical City Center Tour of Lima to explore must-see landmarks such as Plaza de Armas, the Monastery of San Francisco, Casa de Aliaga mansion, and learn about the thrilling history of Peru with a free English speaking guide.
After you get your bearings around the old city, there are many other free tours that will introduce you to other districts. Start with Miraflores, a mix of modern and traditional architecture just next to the sea!
If you want to explore the night scene of this vibrant city, choose a Free Walking Tour by Night around the district of Barranco. This bohemian neighborhood with a youthful vibe offers the best options when it comes to a night out with local and foreign friends. Find the best bars, taste pisco sour and enjoy many other traditional cocktails in Peru.
Also, for an in-depth look at the multicultural society of contemporary Lima, what about joining a Free Walking Tour around local Chinatown? You will learn about the key role that the Chinese community played in the development of Peru, discover mouth-watering chifa cuisine, and explore some of the most out-of-the-beaten path areas of the city.
Lima is a fun destination with many activities and attractions. Book now and get to know this amazing city, its history and culture for free!
Free Tours are the cheapest way to experience and enjoy the best of Lima as a local, including both architecture and food. Walk with an English speaking guide to explore Lima’s best hidden secrets and most famous sites at a price you definitely can afford!
Discover the flavors of the delicious Peruvian gastronomy on a free tour around the markets in Lima. Stroll through the central markets, explore the most typical street stalls and the mixture of cultures which make Peruvian food unique in the world.
Free Tours are walks provided by passionate local guides without requesting any upfront payments. They allow every traveler, no matter their budget, to experience and enjoy what a place has to offer.
Free Tours guests are travelers of all ages and backgrounds seeking to enjoy authentic experiences. Independent tourists usually book Free Tours because they are looking for special activities, where they can learn historical facts, but also get an overview about the local culture, environment, and people.
Yes. Free Tours run on a “Pay-What-It’s-Worth” basis, so they are completely free unless you decide to make a contribution according to how much you enjoyed the experience. Guides appreciate receiving tips of any amounts at the end of the tour, but it’s completely voluntary to do so.
Yes. It’s mandatory to make a booking to ensure group sizes remain manageable and Guides can provide a better experience for all guests. Making a booking is absolutely free and it will take you less than one minute!