FREE TOUR

Daily departures: 3:30 PM

MIRAFLORES WALKING TOUR

FREE TOUR

Daily departures: 3:30 PM

MIRAFLORES WALKING TOUR

Free tour / Tips-based

Walk and discover the beautiful, coastal district of Miraflores!


Visit many key points in Miraflores such as the "Parque del Amor"


Shop around the artesanl Inka Market


End the tour with a free Pisco Sour

Walk and discover the coastal, touristic district with this Miraflores Walking Tour.

Parque Kennedy

Kennedy Park is one of the principal touristic spots in Miraflores. Many locals go to relax and walk around the area that boasts a variety of restaurants, bars, and cafes. Curiously enough, it’s also known as “The Cat Park” since it’s home of approximately 100 well-kept cats, which you can see sleeping around the park.

Parroquia Virgen Milagrosa

The structure built by the Polish architect Ricardo de Java Malachowski after his arrival in Peru in 1919 is a beautiful design. Inside the church, we find stained glass decorations based on the life of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary.

Inca Market

The market is made up of a series of small shops that sell ‘traditional’ Peruvian handicrafts and souvenirs. These included alpaca colorful woven textiles, embroidered cushions, ceramics, jewelry, and musical instruments.

With low prices, it is a great place to visit if you want to buy some souvenirs of your trip. Spend a little time shopping around for the best deal and then ask for a discount.

Pasaje San Ramón

Pasaje San Ramón, traditionally called Calle de las Pizzas, is a pedestrian street located in near Kennedy Park. At night, this passage becomes a nightlife center with its many pubs and bars. The corner of Avenida Diagonal with Calle Berlín marks the end point of this pedestrian path and the busiest area of the avenue.

Choco Museo

Hear all there is to know about the Peruvian cocoa and see the process of making chocolate, from the cacao tree all of the ways to the wrapping of the delicious treat. Tourists can take the opportunity to taste chocolates, chocolate jams, Peruvian pisco, and cocoa tea.

The whole group enjoys the cacao tour and trying all of the different flavors. You have option to buy some of the products like chocolates, body lotions, lipsticks, candles, and cocoa beans.

Parque del Amor (Love Park)

Miraflores’ most beautiful park. In the middle, you can see a beautiful sculpture dedicated to love, “The Kiss” which was created by the Peruvian artist, Victor Delfin. The park is bordered by a colorful mosaic wall containing romantic phrases from the best known Peruvian poets.

Larcomar

This shopping center has 115 stores,17 restaurants of all flavors, and if you’re looking for fun it has a cinema, bars, clubs, and plenty others. It’s the most famous commercial center in Miraflores.


IMPORTANT DETAILS

Departure time: 3:30 PM every day.

Duration: The Miraflores Walking Tour lasts around 3 hours in total.

Starting point: Any of the Tourist Information Centers in Miraflores.

End point: We end the tour in the SAHA Rooftop, enjoying a free Pisco Sour in one of Miraflore's main bars.

What’s included: Local, licensed tour guide, deep explanation of each spot, Pisco Sour in SAHA, exclusive discount coupons

What’s not included: Tips, food, drinks


WHAT TO BRING

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Water and snacks
  • Sunscreen
  • Cap/hat
  • Phone/camera
  • Tips/Gratuities

PHOTOS

Free tour / Tips-based

FREE Miraflores Walking Tour

Walk and discover the beautiful, coastal district of Miraflores!


  • Visit many key points in Miraflores such as the "Parque del Amor"
  • Shop around the artesanl Inka Market
  • End the tour with a free Pisco Sour
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DAILY DEPARTURES

TOURS DEPART FROM BOTH
TOURIST INFORMATION CENTERS

Tourist Information Center (Kennedy Park)
Av. Diagonal 494, Miraflores

Tourist Information Center (Larco)
Av. Larco 799, Miraflores

PLEASE MEET US 5 MINUTES BEFORE OUR DEPARTURE TIMES

We’re independent, licensed guides who conduct FREE Tours on a tips-only basis, thereby guaranteeing that you receive a tour of the highest quality. We'll never pressure you to tip; we believe that, if money is given, it should be voluntary and in direct proportion to the quality of the tour and the budget of the traveller.