Your tour will start in downtown Lima, where you will visit the Main Square, where Lima was first founded as “The City of Kings,” in 1535. It was already known as Lima when Peru proclaimed its independence from the Spanish Crown in 1821. Visit the Presidential Palace, the Archbishop’s Palace and the Lima Cathedral. You will then visit the Aliaga House, a vice-regal home delivered by Francisco Pizarro to one of his captains when he founded the city. Then visit Saint Francis’ Church, which has an enviable collection of old books and an authentic network of catacombs open to the public. You will experience the Pueblo Libre district and visit the Larco Museum, founded by Rafael Larco Hoyle en 1926. The museum, located inside a mansion built on a pre-Columbian pyramid of the 7th century, houses the most complete pre-Hispanic collection of gold and silver artifacts as well other pieces of art. Enjoy dinner at La Dama Juana – a unique and comfortable restaurant, where creole cooking is the house specialty creating a singular ambiance which combine dance, music and flavors.