City Tour - Panoramic Bus (departure from Larcomar)

City Tour - Panoramic Bus (departure from Larcomar)

You will know three periods of the history of Lima: the pre-Inca period, the viceroyalty period and the present.

EXPLORE ANCESTRAL LIMA Get to know "Huaca Pucllana", a magnificent pre-Inca ceremonial and archaeological center built in the 4th century AD. Be dazzled by VIRREINAL LIMA, where you will get to know the historic center of Lima, where you will admire more than fifty Monuments and colonial buildings, including Avenida de la República, Plaza San Martín, Plaza Mayor, Government Palace, Archbishop's Palace, Cathedral, Municipal Palace.
Our tour includes: Entrance and guided visit to the Cathedral of Lima and its Museum of Religious Art.
Enjoy CONTEMPORARY LIMA where you will get to know the modern neighborhood highlighting the unique view of the beautiful Bay of Lima aboard our panoramic bus.
Lima Official Tourist Bus is the best tour to get to know Lima and its history through an exciting and unforgettable tour at 4 meters high.

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Shopping Center Larcomar (Centro Comercial Larcomar), Avenida Malecon de la Reserva, 610, Lima 18 Peru

Larcomar is built on an excavation at the top of the Lima cliff and most of its spaces are on the void, which gives it a floating character. The construction was carried out in the sector of the Malecón de la Reserva that was previously occupied by the Alfredo Salazar park, which was modified giving way to a larger artificial park, which is actually the coverage of the vehicle parking basements and multiplex cinemas. The underground ventilation system was resolved with large exhaust "chimneys" that appear in the park as large bluish glass sculptures.

Larcomar has an important tourist position, receiving an average of around 56,000 foreign tourists per month due to its location in the Miraflores district and its proximity to hotels.

Pass By: Palacio Municipal de Miraflores, Av Jose Larco 400, Lima Peru

The building, the work of the Peruvian architect Luis Miró Quesada Garland, was inaugurated on July 28, 1944, during the municipal management of Mayor Carlos Alzamora, replacing the previous headquarters located in a mansion at the intersection of Bellavista and José Gálvez avenues.

The Palace is neocolonial in style, and has four floors that house offices and environments for customer service.1​2​

It was built in brick and reinforced concrete. As architectural elements, its corner tower and its façade stand out. In the internal spaces are the town hall, and the rotunda on the second floor, adorned with murals by the Peruvian painter Teodoro Nuñez Ureta.

Pass By: Parque Kennedy - Parque Central de Miraflores, Lima Peru

The Central Park of Miraflores, popularly known as the "Kennedy Park" or the Miraflores Park, is one of the most popular and visited parks in Lima due to its central location in the Miraflores district. It is made up of 2 parks: Parque 7 de Junio and Parque Kennedy, one next to the other, totaling an area of 22,000 m².

Stop At: Huaca Pucllana, Calle General Borgono s/n, cuadra 8, Lima 15074 Peru

Magnificent Pre-Inka Ceremonial Center located in the district of Miraflores.

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Circuito Magico Del Agua, Jr. Madre de Dios Parque de la Reserva, Lima 15046 Peru

Park of Cybernetic Water Fountains that holds the GUINESS record for the fountain with the highest jet in the world.

Pass By: MALI - Museo de Arte de Lima, Paseo Colon 125, Parque de la Exposicion Parque de la Exposicion, Lima 15046 Peru

Magnificent 18th century building designed by Gustave Eiffel. Presents Collection of Art and History of Peru.

Pass By: Parque de la Exposicion, Lima Peru

The Parque de la Exposición is a park located in the center of Lima, the capital of Peru.
It was inaugurated in 1872 and is currently bounded by Paseo Colón, Inca Garcilaso de la Vega, Paseo de la República and 28 de Julio avenues, in the Santa Beatriz neighborhood. Within its extension is the Museum of Art of Lima (located in the Palace of the Exhibition), the Metropolitan Museum of Lima, the Museum of Italian Art, the Center for Historical-Military Studies and the National Superior School of Dramatic Art.
The Parque de la Exposición was declared Cultural Patrimony of the Nation on July 5, 2006.1

Pass By: Plaza Grau, Lima Peru

Plaza Grau is a square located in the center of the city of Lima, capital of Peru. It is located at the intersection of Paseo de la República with Paseo Colón, Miguel Grau avenue and Paseo de los Héroes Navales. It is named in honor of Miguel Grau Seminario, commander of the Huáscar Monitor during the Pacific War.

Pass By: Paseo de los Heroes Navales, Lima Peru

The Paseo de los Héroes Navales is a square located in the district of Lima, in the center of the capital of Peru, and which occupies the first block of the Paseo de la República. It was given its current name on October 8, 1979 in commemoration of the centenary of the Angamos combat.

Pass By: Museo de Arte Italiano, Av. Paseo de la Republica 250, Lima Peru

The Museum of Italian Art is a public museum in Lima, Peru, which is under the administration of the Ministry of Culture (formerly the National Institute of Culture). Housed in a Neo-Renaissance-style building, it houses bronze and marble sculptures, paintings and ceramics by more than 120 Italian artists from the early 20th century.2 It is, to this day, the only European art museum in the country.

Stop At: Plaza San Martin, Lima Peru

Plaza San Martín is a public space located on block 9 of Avenida Nicolás de Piérola (formerly Avenida Colmena) within the historic center of Lima in Peru.

In 1988 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is considered one of the most representative public spaces in the city of Lima.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Museo Central, Jr. Lampa 474, Lima 15001 Peru

The Central Museum is a cultural space in which dialogue is used as a tool to generate community; a space where, by interacting with art and with other visitors, we recognize ourselves as heirs of a cultural tradition that dates back thousands of years, which has been enriched and transformed over time, giving shape to our current cultural diversity.

Stop At: Plaza de Armas (Plaza Mayor), Jr. Junin and Jr. Carabaya, Lima Peru

The Plaza Mayor of Lima or Plaza de Armas de Lima, is the founding site of the city of Lima, capital of Peru.

It's the main public space of the city. It is located in the historic center of Lima, around it soberly rise the Government Palace of Peru, the Cathedral of Lima, the Church of the Tabernacle, the Archbishop's Palace of Lima, the Municipal Palace of Lima and the Club de la Unión. The Municipality and the Cathedral face to face bear witness to the stamp of the Hispanic trace.

The Plaza de Armas is crossed by the Jirón Junín, the Jirón de la Unión, the Jirón Huallaga and the Jirón Carabaya.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Palacio Municipal de Lima, Jiron de la Union 300 Plaza Mayor de Lima, Lima Lima 1 Peru

The Municipal Palace of Lima is a public building that serves as the main headquarters of the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima. It is located on Calle Portal de Escribanos, block 3 of Jirón de la Unión, and facing the Plaza Mayor in the historic center of Lima.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Cathedral of Lima, Jiron Carabaya, Lima 15001 Peru

The Cathedral of Lima was built on the site of the Inca shrine of the puma inti and the palace of the Cusco prince Sinchi Puma, a direct descendant of the Inca Sinchi Roca.

When founding Lima, Francisco Pizarro assigned a plot of land to the church, making Sinchi Puma renounce his assets on paper certified by a notary, so that the occupation of the site chosen for the church would not mean usurpation of domain.

In 1535 Pizarro laid the first stone and loaded, in a public manifestation of faith and humility, the first beam for the construction of the church (first cathedral), which was built under the dedication of Our Lady of the Assumption, finishing the construction in 1538 and inaugurated on March 11, 1540, placing the Blessed Sacrament for the first time on that day.

Pass By: Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno), Plaza de Armas Zocalo, Lima 15001 Peru

The Government Palace of Peru, also called Government House (name used to date official documents) or Casa de Pizarro, is the main seat of the Peruvian executive branch and the official residence of the President of Peru.
It comprises a built area of 19,208 m².3 It is located in the Plaza Mayor of the Historic Center of Lima, on the left bank of the Rímac River.

In the same location there have been different buildings that have fulfilled the same function for nearly five centuries, since it was occupied in 1535 by Governor Francisco Pizarro. Before it would have been the residence of the curaca Taulichusco,4​5​ delegate of the Inca government in the Rímac Valley. During the time of the viceroyalty it was known as the Viceroy's Palace or Viceregal Palace and was the residence of the 40 viceroys of Peru. Later it housed the liberators José de San Martín and Simón Bolívar, and most of the presidents of the Republican era.

Informacion Adicional
"Wheelchair accessible"
"Stroller accessible"
"Service animals allowed"
"Near public transportation"
"Infants must sit on laps"
"Transportation is wheelchair accessible"
"Not recommended for travelers with back problems"
"Most travelers can participate"
"free wifi"
"USB phone chargers in all seats."
"This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund"
"This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund"
"This tour/activity will have a maximum of 44 travelers"
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"

Duração: 4 Hours
Ponto de partida: Larcomar, Mal. de la Reserva 610, Miraflores 15074, Peru

Cancelamentos e reembolsos: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.


  • All Fees and Taxes
  • WiFi on board
  • USB chargers for phones.
  • Guided in the Historic Center of Lima by an Official Tour Guide.
  • Entrance Ticket to Panoramic Bus.
  • Entrance ticket to the Cathedral of Lima and Museum of the Cathedral Basilica.
  • Guided service during the visit to the Cathedral of Lima
  • Entry/Admission - Plaza San Martin

Não Incluído

  • Income to other attractions not indicated.
  • Tips to guides and drivers.


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