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Costa del Sol Wyndham Lima Airport Exterior

The Costa del Sol Wyndham Lima Airport is the only hotel directly connected to the airport terminal. In this extensive review, I’ll explain why the hotel is overpriced, but an okay option anyways. You can find more content about Lima on our city page! If you are looking for an airport hotel in Lima, the Costa del Sol Wyndham pops out as the first option. That’s no surprise given that the hotel… Read More

Lima Airport

The Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima is the major airport in Peru and one of the biggest airports in South America. The airport is the hub for Avianca and LATAM Peru and plays an important role for international flights from and to South America. You can find more content about Lima on our city page! The number of international hubs in South America is quite limited, especially in the West. Lima, together with… Read More

Taxi Bus Lima

Transportation in Lima isn’t something that’s easily explained. The transportation system is constantly changing as new lines of the metro and the so-called El Metropolitano are introduced. In this guide, we’ll explain what you need to now about transportation in Lima. Even though Lima is one of the major metropolises in South America, up until 2010 the city didn’t have any sort of train transportation. This changed with the introduction of the… Read More

Sumaq VIP Lounge Lima Terrace

The Sumaq VIP Lounge Lima is one of three airport lounges in Lima. It is the contract lounge for several airlines as well as a Priority Pass lounge. In this review, I’ll explain what you have to know about the Sumaq VIP Lounge and why visiting is not really worth the money. You can find more content about Lima on our city page! When flying on LATAM from Lima to Buenos Aires… Read More

Lima was the first city we visited on our South America trip this spring. The Peruvian capital, founded by the Spanish conquestor Francisco Pizarro, has a rich history. It is the third largest city in the Americas and has the oldest university of the Americas stemming from Spanish colonization. In my city guide I will give you a brief overview of the sights we visited. You can find more content about Lima… Read More

Lima Plaza Mayor

Our first stop in South America is Lima, the capital of Peru. Sadly, we didn’t have too much time to check out the city. However, the historic old town is a beautiful place, which I’d recommend visiting. In addition, Miraflores is stunning for having a walk with a view. As usual, stay tuned for an extensive city review here on traveluxblog!

Colonial style is something that guests of luxury hotels nowadays rarely find in Europe, but in Asia and South America. One of the most interesting hotels on the latter continent is the Country Club Lima. Even though not located in the city center of Lima, it is known for being one of the best, if not the best hotel in Peru. You can find more content about Lima on our city page! Lima… Read More