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Business class flights tickets to Lima

starts from £1592

The below mentioned displayed fares are based on historical data. The fares are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking.

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    LON London Airports 31 Dec 2018
    LIM Lima 03 Mar 2019
    £1,592
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    LON London Airports 31 Jan 2019
    LIM Lima 03 Mar 2019
    £1,854
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    LON London Airports 31 Jan 2019
    LIM Lima 03 Mar 2019
    £2,039
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    LON London Airports 31 Jan 2019
    LIM Lima 03 Mar 2019
    £2,070
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    LON London Airports 31 Jan 2019
    LIM Lima 03 Mar 2019
    £2,079
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    LON London Airports 31 Dec 2018
    LIM Lima 03 Mar 2019
    £2,104
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    LON London Airports 31 Jan 2019
    LIM Lima 03 Mar 2019
    £2,210
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    LON London Airports 13 Dec 2018
    LIM Lima 08 Jan 2019
    £2,362
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    LON London Airports 16 Dec 2018
    LIM Lima 08 Jan 2019
    £2,506
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    LON London Airports 31 Dec 2018
    LIM Lima 03 Mar 2019
    £2,547
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    LON London Airports 31 Dec 2018
    LIM Lima 03 Mar 2019
    £2,692
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    LON London Airports 31 Dec 2018
    LIM Lima 03 Mar 2019
    £2,860
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    LON London Airports 12 Dec 2018
    LIM Lima 08 Jan 2019
    £3,730
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    LCY London City 06 Dec 2018
    LIM Lima 14 Dec 2018
    £3,760

Useful information about Lima

Lima the capital of Republic of Peru is a cosmopolitan metropolis provides shelter to over 8 million inhabitants is a fascinating place to visit. It represents a great amalgamation of archaeological places, colonial architecture and modern city ambience. The physical atmosphere of Lima is no less than dreamlike mostly because of garua- a mist that settles over it between May and October. Under this misty blanket its inhabitants shop at open marketplaces, dine at celebrated restaurants or enjoy visiting bars offering folk and Creole music which is indeed a great travel experience not only for locals but for the visitors as well.We offer fantastic affordable deals on business class flight tickets to Lima starts from £1592 including all pre-payable taxes and charges for your memorable trip.

Why Go

Lima is the fourth largest city and only coastal capital in South America. It is a destination of many ancient mysteries is no less than a heaven for history buffs. The annual food festival Mistura is the city’s best-kept secrets. From 7-12 September, chefs from all around the world convene at Parque de la Exposicion for a week of food tasting, markets, competitions, roundtable discussions and master classes. It is a best way to sample all the flavors of Peru’s diverse gastronomic landscape under one roof. Take a 3-hour bike tour along the coast, as it is a great way to burn extra calories. If you love adventure then you surely like paragliding over Costa Verde and white water rafting along Cañete River. The city has abundance of great museums to visit among them the very best is Larco Museum which is located in Pueblo Libre district offers comprehensive overviews of entire history of Peru covering some 3,000 years.

Best Time to Visit

Lima has two notable distinct weather conditions, summers from December to April and winters from May to November. The peak tourist season is summers when sky is mostly cloud-free during day time with occasional foggy days during this season. Don’t miss spectacular sunsets which are quite famous over here.

Major Tourist Attractions

Lima is a sprawling mega capital is actually a mosaic of many smaller cities full of cultural and historic attractions. Among best known attraction is its Historic City Center which is a World heritage site, is known for its unique architecture built during Spanish regime and balconies. Enjoy a visit to Miraflores, a 9.62 square kilometer area which is a home to many wealthy people of city and is a popular location for hotel, restaurant and nightclubs. Enjoy a visit to Aliage House which is as old as Lima itself. Eighteen generations of Aliaga family have resided in the same mansion. The house has been renovated continuously, but it is the oldest house in Americas.  Explore the Government Palace, the official residence and office of Peru’s president that sits on the banks of Rimac River is also worth visit.

Festivals and Events

The capital of Peru has jam-packed calendar of events and festivals with endless selection os seasonal things to do. Some major festivals include Anniversary of Lima, National Pisco Sour Day, Carnival, Fiesta of Grape Harvest and Wine Making, Peruvian Jazz Festival, Inti Raymi, Feasts of St. Peter and St. Paul, Feast of Santa Rosa de Lima, Virgin of the Rosary Festival etc are few among many that attract visitors  from all corners of the world.

As Peru's capital city, the calendar of festivals in Lima is extensive to say the least, with an endless selection of seasonal things to do. All through the year various appealing events take place across Lima, often being of a religious nature, along with many theatrical performances, ballets and concerts at the recently revamped Municipal Theatre (Teatro Municipal).