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More Information about Lima
Flights to Lima will disembark at Jorge Chávez International Airport.
Lima's main airport, the Jorge Chávez International Airport (LIM) is located in Callao, north-west of the historic heart and Miraflores. In 2010 the airport was awarded the Best Airport in South America by the UK based consultancy firm, Skytrax.
Peru's international gateway boasts ancient ruins, an impressive colonial legacy and great shopping. Once called the City of Kings, you too can be treated like royalty with our cheap flights to Lima.
The location of Lima was inhabited by several pre-Columbian groups before Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro officially founded the city in 1535 under the authority from Spain. Strategically located on the Pacific Ocean, Lima became an important trading port throughout the colonial period leading to considerable wealth for the city. Today the ancient and colonial legacy blends effortlessly with independent Peru, as the country navigates the complexities of the modern world.
The pyramid of Huaca Pucllana, situated in the heart of Miraflores, was constructed by peoples who inhabited the region between 200 and 700CE. The temple complex of Pachacamac, just south of the city, is also worth exploring. The heart of the colonial period is located in the appropriately named Centro Historico. Consider admiring the impressive architecture on Plaza de Armas, the city's main historic square with the Cathedral and Archbishop's Palace, Palacio de Gobieno or Presidential Palace and the City Hall.
On the coast is trendy Miraflores, where most travellers choose to base themselves. The district offers great shopping opportunities; consider exploring Larcomar, a shopping centre spectacularly located on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. A casual stroll along the clifftop via the various parks is a favoured activity if you have a spare afternoon. Adrenaline seekers can fulfil the inner daredevil with paragliding or hang gliding from the cliffs
The average maximum temperature for Lima ranges between 19 and 27 degrees. The hottest month is February with an average temperature of 24 degrees and the coldest month is August with an average temperature of 17 degrees.
The average annual rainfall for Lima, Peru, is 16mm of precipitation.
The wettest months with the highest rainfall are July, August and September, with 3mm of precipitation. The driest months with the lowest rainfall are March, April and December, with 0mm of precipitation.
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