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I really debated paying the 20 soles to enter but decided to bite the bullet and glad I did. Got a private, guided tour and whilst Jesus had a heavy accent and at times it would be difficult to understand him, overall he provided excellent...More
We went into the Cathedral where we were encouraged to buy a combo ticket for both the cathedral and the archbishop’s palace next door. It was our first day so we had a lot of energy. The grand staircase is what grabs your attention when...More
The Archbishop's Palace is beautiful, but it's not huge, so you don't need a lot of time to see it. It's centrally located on the Plaza de Armas, next to the Lima Cathedral and diagonally across from the Presidential Palace. You can purchase a combined...More
Should be done in conjunction with the city's main cathedral Catedral de Lima (which is right next door) for a worthwhile "combo price" of 30 soles, awaiting inside this building are display rooms on three floors with beautiful furniture, paintings & statues where I would...More
The Archbishops Palace is located on the Plaza de Armas, adjacent to the Cathedral. Its baroque façade is a famous Lima landmark known for its stunning ornate wooden balconies. Evokes the wow factor! The current Palace opened in 1924 and is considered a prime example...More