Travel Tips by: Lifestyle Traveler
Miraflores is one of the most popular neighborhoods to live in Lima for nomads, expats, and even locals. San Isidro is one of Lima’s most upscale neighborhoods, and a highly popular place for the upper class locals to live.
Amore – If you’re craving some delicious pasta, come to Amore. Anticuchos Carmencita – literally a lady that sells anticuchos out of her little cart on the street in Miraflores.
Canta Rana is super popular with locals, and you’ll especially find the place packed on Sundays Isolina – for traditional peruvian food.
Lima Bar - a hybrid between an actual bar and a nightclub, as people here end up dancing the night away. Open Bar – This bar is highly popular on Thursdays.
El Pan De La Chola – By far the best cafe to work from in Lima. CHE CHA Tea Bar has an artsy vibe, and serves a great array of teas.
Caleta Dolsa – The most aesthetic cafe in Barranco, Caleta Dolsa is an ideal place to work from when you’re seeking Bali-type vibes. Dedalo – super artsy cafe and there is strong wifi to work from and plenty of seating.