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Lima

Business Class flights to Lima – Steeped in Culture

Whether you are visiting Lima for a holiday or you are travelling for company business, Business Class International have access to the best prices in business class and first class flights along with preferential rates on some of the finest hotels on the planet. As an ATOL protected agent you can be sure that your flights or holiday can be booked with confidence at the right price. From start to finish we will take care of your complete itinerary so you can sit back and enjoy the journey.

Lima is the capital and the largest city of Peru. It is located in the valleys of the Chillón, Rímac and Lurín rivers, in the central part of the country, on a desert coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Together with the seaport of Callao, it forms a contiguous urban area known as the Lima Metropolitan Area. Lima's climate is mild, despite being located in the tropics and in a desert. Although classified as subtropical, Lima's proximity to the cool waters of the Pacific Ocean leads to temperatures much cooler than those expected for a subtropical desert, and can be classified as a cool desert climate. It is neither cold nor very hot. Lima is the industrial and financial centre of Peru, and one of the most important financial centres in Latin America. Today it is home to many national companies. It accounts for more than two thirds of Peru's industrial production and most of its tertiary sector. Lima's architecture is characterised by a mix of styles. Examples of early colonial architecture include the Monastery of San Francisco, the Cathedral of Lima and the Torre Tagle Palace. These constructions are generally influenced by the Spanish baroque, Spanish Neoclassicism, and Spanish Colonial styles. After independence, a gradual shift towards the neoclassical and Art Nouveau styles took place. Many of these constructions were greatly influenced by French architectural styles. Many government buildings as well as major cultural institutions were contracted in this architectural time period. As the major point of entry to the country, Lima has developed a tourism industry, characterised by its historic centre, archaeological sites, nightlife, museums, art galleries, festivals, and traditions. Lima is home to restaurants and bars where local and international cuisine is served. You won’t be stumped for things to do in Lima!

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