A colonial church in Pueblo Libre district – Lima city

For romantic people a night walk can be the perfect excuse to cuddle and express their affections, some like to mix a walk with a more historical – cultural oriented activity, and some like better to mix it with a more fun, bar crash / clubbing option, if you like all the mentioned alternatives Pueblo Libre district in Lima is your place, lets say is an all in one.

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All kinds of Bars, restaurants, museums opened by night and a colonial church, The perfect place to kill some free time when in Lima.

Santa Maria Magdalena Church , a colonial (founded in 1557) stablished by Franciscan monks at a local indigenous “reducción” a kind of reservation created by the spanish conquistadors.

One of the most beautiful landmarks of here is the Santa Maria Magdalena church, a colonial (founded in 1557) stablished by Franciscan monks at a local indigenous “reducción” a kind of reservation created by the spanish conquistadors. Colonial treasures kept inside give great value to the building, plus their original catacombs are a fantastic highlight of the city.

Once you are done with the walking Don’t forget to visit another sanctuary, the old tabern Queirolo.

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