Lima has many nuances, but its past of colonial houses, convents, squares and monuments predominate, symbols of its ancient tradition. Our capital, also called The City of Kings, has history in each of its streets. It is said that the Spaniard Francisco Pizarro, founder of Lima, imposed the name of City of Kings, because it coincided with the date on which the Three Wise Men headed to Bethlehem.
Lima was the capital of the Viceroyalty of Peru, the largest and most important city in South America. Today it is the political, cultural, financial and commercial center of the country, with more than 10 million inhabitants and 43 districts. More than 400 years of presence and nobility.