Located in the Parque de la Reserva the Magic Water Circuit ( also known as Lima Water Park) is a touristic attraction in Lima. The popularity of this place is due to the spectacle offered by the thirteen ornamental fountains which combine music, light and water. All this complemented by the beautiful gardens.
This Jesuit church enjoyed the predilection of the Lima aristocracy during the XVIII century. The exterior has a renaissance character. The interior has one of the best samples of baroque. To note the luxurious main altar, 14 chapels in retablos worked in great detail and the sacristy that has several paintings of the Cuzco school. […]
The archeological complex Huaca Pucllana ( also known as Juliana) has a site museum and workshops for research. The site was a ceremonial and administration center. It belongs to the Lima culture 200 A.D. Part of this construction belongs to Wari and Ichimay cultures ( 1000 A.D).