Modern Lima

In addition to downtown, the most popular route for sightseeing the city of Lima is to the south. The districts of San Isidro and Miraflores are regarded as the modern area and Barranco still keeps its traditional flavour.

On the way to the south there is a new attraction, though: the Circuito Mágico del Agua which is a complex of 13 fountains of water.

Here, it is just a glimpse of modern Lima.

LIMA:

Circuito Magico del Agua

Circuito Magico del Agua

SAN ISIDRO:

El Olivar, an old olive grove, is a heaven for birds, http://www.avesdelima.com/

MIRAFLORES:

Parque del Amor

Bio fair in Parque Reducto every saturday

Adventure sports from Miraflores lookout. Pic by Kristina Stalnionyte.

Virgen Milagrosa church in Miraflores. Pic by Kristina Stalnionyte.

BARRANCO:

The Bridge of Sighs and the Chapel

Bajada de Baños

Artisan´s market functions in Barranco at Bajada de Baños.

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Lima´s balconies

I love downtown Lima

Chinese Culture in Lima

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9 Responses to Modern Lima

  1. SoapBird says:

    Great photos!

  2. Sooner or later (actually later than sooner) i should try writing in french, but that is a kind of a challenge nowadays…i need a lot of practice!

  3. Thanks, Suzanne!

  4. Great Lands and nice photos – See you later
    suzanne

  5. Very goot your photos invite to travel. where is your french language actually Sergio? See you soon – suz

  6. Thanks indowaves and Kristina! There are more pics on Flickr. I hope you like them too.

  7. kristina says:

    The first ones with the fountains are great!

  8. indowaves says:

    Very nice pics.

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