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The Lima walking food tour will start with the pick up at your hotel located in the city of Lima (private service) or we can meet you up at the Grand Hotel Bolivar (group service) located in the historical center of Lima.

We will begin the food tour in San Martin Square. This place has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988 and it was opened in 1921. You will admire historical buildings around like the National Club.

Walking along the street of Jiron de la Union, you will see that this is a traditional place with a lot of history and full of commerce. We will reach a typical restaurant to taste an exquisite sandwich of pork known as “Pan con chicharrón”. This street sandwich is made with pork, fried sweet potato, and onion sauce.

The Lima food tour continues to explore the Central Market, a place with a lot of products and good prices. Here, we are going to taste fresh local Peruvian fruit, with time enough to walk around.

Our next stop is at the Chinese neighborhood. The Chinese population has arrived in Peru during the 19th century to cover the missing workforce in the coast. We are going to enjoy Chinese snacks and visit its picturesque market. We can leave this quarter without tasting “Chifa”, a fusion of Peruvian-Cantonese food, the favorite of many local families.

Then, we will walk to the Convent of San Francisco to admire the beauty of the architecture around, Here, we will taste “Churros”. This traditional sweet is a flour dough fill with dulce de leche (milk caramel). Then, we will visit one of oldest bars in the city, and we will eat a delicious “Causa rellena”. Refresh yourself tasting “Chicha morada”, a sweet drink made of purple corn.

The Peruvian food is considered one of the best gastronomies that you will taste in South America. The City of Kings has to offer many options to eat with a great variety of restaurants and incredible food tours like this one.

The tour keeps going throughout the Main Square until reach a popular street full of food carts. We will taste “Anticuchos”, grilled beef hurts skewers marinated with spices. Also, we will taste a traditional dessert known as “Picarones”, a dough made with pumpkin and sweet potato, served with sugar cane syrup.

We will taste another Peruvian dessert known as “Mazamorra Morada” made with purple corn, and to finish this amazing experience, we will taste the “Emoliente”, a hot drink with medicinal properties, and very popular among Peruvians.

Finishing this amazing food tour, we are going to say goodbye at Jiron Camana, the end point for the group service, or we will back to the hotel for the private service.



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