Mansion San Antonio Bed and Breakfast

Av. Tejada 531, Miraflores, Lima, 28, Peru
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visiting chaclacayo

by joy_joy45usa

i would like to know if miraflores is close to chaclacayo, i hear miraflores is one of the best and safest place to stay around lima. or should i make arrangements to stay in chaclacayo..any comments would be

RE: visiting chaclacayo

by besbel

Chaclacayo is almost outside Lima, it could take from one hour and a half to three hours (depends on day and traffic) to go there, using public transportation. It is a very lovely place, though, with green, camping areas, recreation clubs, restaurants, sunshine and fresh air to breath! There are minivans and other public transportation that takes you there at a very cheap price, but I am afraid you cannot take them from miraflores. Taxis can also take you there and may save some time, but will charge you around US$ 15-20 to take you there from Miraflores.
Because of its far-away location, Chaclacayo is the ideal place to spend a weekend or a full-day. If you are going to do most of your activities in Chaclacayo, then you could lodge there. If not, I'd recommend to stay in Miraflores, it will be a hassle to spend so much time in going to and back from Lima to Chaclacayo in numerous occasions.
Good luck!
Flor de Maria

RE: RE: visiting chaclacayo

by El_Sueco

May I add that the distance from the central Lima to Chaclacayo is about 35 km, about the same from Miraflores.
You go the high-way "Carretera Central" that follows the Rimac river, the road is fairly new and in good shape and there is public transportation, but depending on how many days you will travel back and forth, maybe it is good to consider to stay in Chaclacayo.

Travel Tips for Miraflores

Way down to the beaches

by Ceciliac

All the facilities at walking distance, it's great! My apartment is located three blocks from the malecon where there are parks and children playgrounds.
Just to the right we found the steps to the beaches, very romantic.

Visit the beach side at Miraflores

by El_Sueco

At the old road that goes down from Miraflores to the beach, grass and plants are growing. This forms a heavy green protection over the sand and stone and makes the hillside very nice looking.
The beach side of Lima - specially in Miraflores - is a sight you never forget. It makes you want to come back another time just to look again.
(on the photo the sea is to the left, but you have to search for my other photos, this was just the green side i showed you)

Suburb of Rosa Maria

by hartti

"Huaca Pucllana"

In this district rests the ancient archaeological ruins of the “Huaca Pucllana” construction pre-Inca based on adobes with pyramidal form. It was one of the most important ceremonial administrative centers of the culture Lima. In occasions it is a scene of events and musical spectacles. It shelters a museum of site in which diverse pieces found in the excavations are exposed.


by RORRO72


El centro comercial y residencial de la Lima moderna lo constituye este distrito, ubicado en el Sur de la ciudad, a orillas del mar y conectado al centro de Lima a través de la Avenida Arequipa.
La mayoría de los turistas se alojan en esta zona de la ciudad por la mayor infraestructura hotelera que aquí existe, así como establecimientos comerciales, restaurantes, agencias de viaje, etc.


Testimonio del período prehispánico en esta zona lo constituye la Huaca Pucllana, un gran centro administrativo-ceremonial, edificado por la cultura Lima hacia el Siglo V d.c. Más tarde dejaron su impronta los Wari, los Ichma y los Inca.


El centro comercial de Miraflores está constituído por grandes avenidas con lujosas boutiques, restaurantes, cafeterías y librerías.


by El_Sueco

*) This page concerns the district of Miraflores in Lima. It is the only location that shows up, searching for Miraflores in Dep. de Lima. However, looking at my map I have come to the conclusion that "this" Miraflores (in the VT data base) is located around 60 km north from Lima (somewhere around Chancay-Huaral-Aucallama - which I can´t find in my map).
I will move my pages as fast as I have a place to put it, in the city of Lima!

Well, here are my pages of the real district of Miraflores in Lima:
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The old entrance to Miraflores from the playa.
The jumpy brick road is crossed by bridges made of wood. A contrast with the modern part of Miraflores

"Miraflores - La Playa Looking north."

Playa and road are constructed at the base of the cliffs. This Playa road "Circuito de Playas" is a rapid transportation Chorrillos - Magdalena. Some parts near Magdalena are closed, two accidents with falling stones, but the hill sides will be "cleaned" and the inclination altered to make it more safe in the future.The road area and also the playa (beach) has been "stolen" from the sea, with help from the piers that have been constructed out in the sea and which stop sand. It´s incredible how easy it works.

"Miraflores - La Playa Looking south."

Chorrillos in the background. The cliffs are some 40-60 m high, in some parts covered with vegetations. Sometimes the coast line is called Costa Verde (The Green Coust).Some parts are just stone and sand. By the way, with exception of Cairo in Egypt, Lima is the biggest town constructed in a desert.


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