The title makes it sound much more epic than it was.
The border I refer to is the one between the districts of Miraflores and Barranco.
See. Not as epic.
However, the places we were heading to for a sunny Saturday afternoon happened to be on either side of this border.
The weather was sunny, but not too hot, so we had decided to bike.
^My bike is the red one at the front. How Cambridge is that?!
I hope you have enjoyed the last 3 days of Lima fun, but now that its nearly Valentine’s Day my list is almost finished. Happy times though, we still have a few more to go! Today is not so much about specific places, but groups of places that you should try and visit at least one of during your time here.
As I said before in my previous posts, all of these 10 recommendations are for visitors to Lima and not residents! Although I think everyone should explore their own city once in a while.
Lima has a vast amount of green spaces which you might not catch on the main routes through town. The districts of San Borja, Surco and Miraflores have many parks, large and small, to enjoy. I am concentrating on these 3, as this is where I spend most of my time, and also they are the districts most likely to be visited in your time here.