La Casa Barranco

Av Grau 982 , Lima, Peru | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by danol


The flight over was ok, The food on the plane was awful but we got here in one piece so I suppose I shouldnt really complain.

The area that we are staying in is great. Its called Barranco and Im glad we are staying here instead of the busier and more touristy Miraflores. Dan and I have been doing some exploring, it was nice to walk …

Lima layover

A travel blog entry by jdtrip


We flew out of So Paulo at 8am the next day (I know, more flying!) and arrived in Lima, Peru, which sits between dusty Andes mountains and the rolling surf of the Pacific. The guidebook was right by saying that flying into the city, it looks more like a Middle Eastern landscape than South American. From where I've been, it certainly looked like a cross between India and Kuwait. However, on ...


A travel blog entry by lucie_and_ian


Noisy, busy, with drivers more ridiculous than Mexico. Feared for our lives every time we were in a cab, particularly when he parked across the tracks in heavy traffic on the level crossing! We only stayed one night before heading off to Cusco but did get to try ceviche (raw fish "cooked" in lime juice, chilli and onion) and the famous Pisco Sour (Pisco, lime juice and egg ...

Day 19 Lima

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... took a walk all around Miraflores. We walked to the beach where there was this weird massive statue of two men making out. That was pretty cool. Then we kept walking along the promenade. We saw paragliders, a lighthouse, lots of skaters and a wicked view of the ocean. We climbed down this hill to a really good cliff edge to sit and look out on the ocean. After nearly dying climbing down and getting covered in dry mud ...

Recycling Queen and more!

A travel blog entry by emmat2013


... El Salvador and the CEDED organization. Villa is a very undeveloped and poor district of Lima and CEDED is an NGO which offers workshops and resources for the children in the community.
-Visited the Recycling Center in a district of Lima. We thought that we were going to sort the trash but it turns out we were just there to take a tour. Our recycling sorting day is in two weeks!


TripAdvisor Reviews La Casa Barranco Lima

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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