Cristo Del Pacífico

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Lima: Miraflores, La Costa Verde, and Chorrillos Bike Tour

1. Lima: Miraflores, La Costa Verde, and Chorrillos Bike Tour

Meet your guide a few blocks away from Francisco de Miranda Park in Miraflores. After a short briefing from your guide hop on your bike and start riding. Feel the fresh sea air and sunshine as you bike along the cliffs of the Miraflores. Pass by the Larcomar shopping center. Arrive in Barranco and ride down the picturesque old streets of the bohemian neighborhood. Check out the street art and murals that decorate the neighborhood. Learn about Barranco’s vibrant nightlife and bars. Make a wish at the Bridge of Sighs, a romantic walkway that leads under a wooden bridge to a cliff with sweeping views of the ocean. Ride to the working class Chorrilos neighborhood, famous for its pier, fish market, and El Morro Hill. Pedal up El Morro Hill and see the world's tallest Jesus statue which lights up Lima Bay every night.  After your uphill ride, enjoy cruising back downhill. Return to Barranco and stop in a local cafe bar for ice cream, coffee, craft beer, or smoothie.

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What people are saying about Cristo Del Pacífico

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 14 reviews

Bike in great condition, cool guide, nice experience as you get to see the pretty and not so pretty side of Lima. The Morro hill is not for the faint of heart! The tour takes you through the streets and the bike lane on the malecón. That’s the only thing I wished I knew beforehand.

The guide was excellent, the tour was in English but he also explained the history of the tour in Spanish. Everything is very pleasant, the slope of the nose is quite difficult, but not impossible to achieve, the view is wonderful from the top. 100% recommended.

Phenomenal The somewhat long route, however, the route is good There are not many toilets Try a soft diet The climb to the hill is exhausting The phenomenal view In Peru the driving is horrible, however the guide makes it easier

The tour guide made it- great way to get around and see the city.

Combined with Barranco as I was alone with the guide