What to expect
Learn about the main historical sites and discover the architectural landmarks of Peru’s capital like the main square (Plaza de Armas), the Government Palace, the Cathedral of Lima, Plaza San Martin and more! During this walking street food tour, sample 14 types of foods and drinks, which are all popular on-the-go dining options among locals.
Map the experience
Although the tour starts in front of RENIEC GRIAS, Jr Ancash 340, just in front of Basilica and Convent San Francisco at 5:30 pm, you will be picked up by taxi at your desired location in Centro de Lima, Miraflores, San Isidro or Barranco districts (included in the price) around 4:50 pm. We will follow up with you about this via email after your booking.
The tour ends at a Plaza San Martin. From there, you will be dropped off by taxi at your desired location in Miraflores, San Isidro, Barranco or Centro de Lima districts (included in the price) – estimated arrival time is around 10:15 pm
Why isn't the cost of one stop included in the tour price?
The informal economy in Peru is everywhere. For a legally registered company such as Exquisito Perú, expenses have to be accompanied with a receipt, which is unfortunately not always possible. In order to give you the full street food experience, we decided it would be better to reduce the tour price and suggest you to take a small amount of money with you so that you can fully enjoy your time.
What if I have dietary restrictions or allergies?
If you suffer any allergy or dietary restrictions, make sure to inform us during the check-in and we will take the necessary precautions and make our best to accommodate you.
There are alcoholic beverages served on the tour. And what if I don’t drink alcohol?
You're right, there are alcoholic beverages served on this tour. However, if you do not drink alcohol, don’t worry we will provide a non-alcoholic drink instead. Of course, no alcoholic beverages will be served to our guests under 18 years of age.
We liked walking around and learning from Fio about more of the real Lima beyond Miraflores or Barranco. We appreciated the diversity in what we stopped for: a few local places in addition to the street food, quick stop at Iglesia de San Francisco and the nearby stuffed churros (one of our favorite stops).