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San Isidro

Av Paseo de Republica, Lima, Peru
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Elegant and charming residential neighborhood located north of Lima features neo-classic architecture, cobblestone streets, excellent dining, good shopping and the Huaca Hallamarma, a restored pre-Inca pyramid that now serves as a small museum of Indian artifacts.
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  • Average12%
  • Poor1%
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Av Paseo de Republica, Lima, Peru
San Isidro
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Reviewed 7 October 2017

very easy to get to and very cool place to see its very well kept up and safe place not an all day thing but good for hour or so

Thank IMHUEY
Reviewed 14 September 2017

A perfect, Interesting country. Need to visit the 3 major attractions. Lima, Cusco and Machu PIcchu. Safe, educational and Interesting.

Thank sandracO3364GY
Reviewed 11 September 2017

Really cool town with good restaurants, clean and safe. Stay here or Miraflores when you visit Lima and make a day trip of visiting downtown Lima.

Thank julieanne0054
Reviewed 9 September 2017

We stayed in Miraflores, took the Metropolitan and then walked back through San Isidro along Javier Prada and Los Conquistadores. Javier Prada is a main street and the traffic fumes sucked big time. Los Conquistadores was fairly laid back and more pleasant to walk down....More

1  Thank giffenk
Reviewed 5 September 2017

we had the opportuny to visit San Isidro, it was ver intersting because we saw a beautifulll park called the olivar in the middle of many buildings, it said that its the meeting point of many companies in Peru, is not ver touristic like Miarflores...More

Thank Rob S
Reviewed 18 August 2017

As there are so much churches, it is easy to skip this one, but be ware, that is a missed opportunity.

Thank CJvN
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Beautiful section with many bars, cafes and restaurants. Overall, San Isidro has the feeling of being very safe and up and coming. In my opinion is rivals Miraflores for safety and beauty. And if it doesn't Miraflores is a short walk away.

1  Thank CCG1982
Reviewed 28 June 2017

Is one of the most importants districts at lima city. Many restaurants, offices, embassy and restaurants. i booked at miraflores, but this is good district too.

Thank MAU1967
Reviewed 28 June 2017

San Isidro is the place that most embassies are situated. It used to be the best residential neighborhood of Lima but has been overtaken by Miraflores and Barranco. There is a very modern, big and nice shopping mall which is worth while to visit.

Thank rjnspierings
Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

This Very upmarket Lima neighbourhood could be place in any posh capital of the world and it has a very good and varied kind of architecture from colonial to modern to the borderline bizarre. Great upmarket hotels and restaurants complements a very nice part of...More

Thank Ricardo B
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Temper43
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Response from sheboygannancy | Reviewed this property |
Wish I could help but we didn't eat there. We stayed at a B&B and spent the rest of our time sightseeing and eating elsewhere. Can't imagine you can go wrong in Peru though. Everything they serve is delicious.
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Lissette G
9 September 2015|
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Response from MDando | Reviewed this property |
If you like Chinese or Chifa as they are called in Peru, the best in San Isidro is called Royal in Prescott Avenue. For Peruvian and International food there is the Tanta in the Park EL Olivar San Isidro
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