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72 Hours in Lima

This South American capital has it all: an eclectic art scene, red-hot restaurants, and trendy boutiques. Plus, with new direct flights from major U.S. cities, there’s no excuse NOT to go. Michaela Trimble maps out the perfect weekend in Peru’s biggest city.


Arrive at Hotel B, an art gallery and hotel hybrid in Lima’s bohemian Barranco neighborhood, and check into one of the 17 chic suites before setting off for a day of exploring. Start by walking a few blocks to La Jugueria Barranco for a fresh blend of Peruvian juices to-go, so you can sip and stroll along the waterfront to admire the historic mansions and antique Volkswagens parked along the tree-lined lanes. As Barranco is home to some of Peru’s most vibrant musicians, designers and photographers, it’s worth it to take a tour with local artist Hannah Zingre of La…

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