Day 1: Despite coming from tropical regions, Eddy and Connie were amazed by the variety and quality of the produce. In Peru, many fruits and vegetables are many times the size you'd find in other countries. This is one of the results of the ban on GMO use in this country. When questioned, Connie admitted our ceviche and seafood stop was her favorite and most delicious!
Day 2: Despite still being a bit jetlagged, Eddy and Connie didn't want to miss any opportunities during their time in Peru. So, they reached out again to Lima te Llena for a night time Lima city tour! We arrived in the historic downtown just after nightfall and indulged in some of the most popular and iconic Peruvian foods: a cup of warm quinoa drink, thick emoliente beverage, savory grilled anticuchos (skewered beef hearts), and green tamales native to northern Peru. Lima's street food scene is so diverse, you never know what you'll fun into! We also had some of quintessential drinks all visitors must taste: Inca Kola, a pisco sour, and a chilcano cocktail. Best of all, we indulged ourselves at the famous Queirolo bar, among the oldest in the entire city (since 1880)!
The best reason to take a custom tour with Lima te Llena? We offer complete organization, local knowledge, flexibility, and dedicated attention from our fantastic bilingual guide, Jose. We aren't ranked #4 on TripAdvisor in the Food & Drink category for nothing!
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