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Park of the Reserve

Park of the Reserve

Park of the Reserve situated in the middle of Lima's principal streets is an amazing park in the downtown city. Though constructed in an irregular shape, it spreads over an area of 8 hectares. The park houses the largest fountain complex and the Magic Water Tour in the world. The Magic Water tour consists of 13 different fountains out of which many are interactive as well. 'Magic Fountain', the largest in the park makes the water reach up to a height of 80 meters. Other attractions of this place include the Tunnel Fountain, the Fantasia fountain, the laser and the light show which revive the jets in synchronization with the music.

Circuito Magico del Agua

Circuito Magico del Agua

Circuito Magico del Agua is another beautiful park in the city Lima, Peru. However, the only main attraction here is the series of the illuminated fountains of water. It is the largest in the world and has also been registered in the Guinness book of world records for the same. The view is best enjoyed at night. The series is of 13 water fountains which are highly illuminated. Out of the 13, some of the fountains are interactive so you might get wet. Its various fountains include Fuente del Arco Iris (Rainbow Fountain), Fuente de la Armonía (Fountain of Harmony), Fuente Tangüis (Tangüis Fountain), Cúpula Visitable (Walk-in Dome), Fuente de la Ilusión: (Fountain of the Illusion), Túnel de las Sorpresas (Tunnel of Surprises), Laberinto del Ensueño (Maze of the Dream), Fuente de la Vida (Fountain of Life), Fuente de Los Niños (Fountain of the Children), Fuente de las Tradiciones (Fountain of Traditions), Río de Los Deseos (River of Wishes), Fuente Mágica (Magic Fountain) and Fuente de la Fantasía (Fantasia Fountain).

Travelling to Lima, Peru

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The capital of Peru is the largest city, situated in the valleys of the rivers Chillón, Rímac and Lurín overlooking the largest ocean, The Pacific. It is largely recognized as one of the oldest cities to offer institutions for higher learning in the world. It houses some of the largest parks including the Park of the Exposition, the University Park, Campo de Marte and the Park of the Reserve. Beaches in Lima are highly visited by tourists and locals during the Summers. The city has vibrant theatre scenes including the modern theatre, classical theatre, dramas, dance performances, experimental theatre, cultural representations and theatre for the children. Some of the suburbs of the city such as Pachacamac attract a lot of tourists due to their location on higher elevations with more sunshine coming in. The city is also famous for its food and cuisines and often regarded as the Gastronomical Capital of the U.S.

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Lima Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets are easily available offline and online. Ditch the offline cue of ticket booking, and use this website to book yourself a ticket to Lima, Peru.

How To Get Around?

You can always go for a local bus, however, it may be a little crowdy in there. A private taxi will be a more convenient option. Peru also has tucks for people to travel to remote areas.

What Should I Wear?

In Lima, the temperature is high most of the times, so it is advisable to take lightweight, breathable clothes which will be comfortable as well as keep you going in the heat. Grab your favourite pair of shoes along.

Lima Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Between April and November, the city has the dry season. The rainfall is low and there is a lot of sunshine to seep in. This will get you the best views of the city.

Currency

Peruvian Nuevo Sol

Will I Need a Guide?

The website here will eventually help you in every way and a guide will not be required.

How To Get There?

Paracas might be the nearest place from which you can easily go to Lima Airport through a bus or car. You could take a flight from cities of all around world to Jorge Chavez International Airport in Callao which is 13 Km away from the city center. If you are interested in traveling through sea route, Lima's international port in Callao connects you to the city.

Additional Info

Keep your cash safe in inside pockets of your bag. Keep the cash distributed in 2-3 places to avoid total loss. Keep your travel documents safe and sound.