This is Lima Cooking Class and city tour that includes exclusive restaurants, trendy districts, top must-see attractions and hands-on activities. Make the most out of Lima in one day. Enjoy 5 stops spread between 3 districts that include a visit to an organic, Peruvian coffee roasterie, and a fruit tasting and tour at a local upscale market.
Have fun with a pisco tasting, hands-on cocktail class and cebiche class with a professional chef, and end the day with a gourmet lunch and dessert at a top restaurant in Lima.
Highlights for Lima Cooking Class:
• Great overview and orientation of the city
• Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
• Small group ensures personal service
• Informative, friendly and professional guide
• Get inside tips from a local
• Lunch included
The first stop on this Lima Cooking Class tour starts in the enchanting, bohemian Barranco district at a local roastery, Tostaduria Bisetti, where they hand-pick the coffee beans daily, for an organic Peruvian coffee.
You also will have a tour of the colonial streets of this trendy district, home to artists, musicians and the city’s top art galleries, visit the Bridge of Sighs and Barranco’s main square. You’ll try an exotic fruit smoothie made from lucuma at the garden cafe, La Bodega Verde.
From here you’ll visit a traditional market in the upscale San Isidro district to try exotic fruits and local products and learn the ancient myths and legends associated with them.
While we’re in this part of the city, you’ll have the chance to see some of the district’s most iconic spots, like el Olivar Park and the Country Club.
The third stop is one of the city’s delicious seafood restaurants (cebichería), La Rosa Nautica top Restaurant on the bay of Costa Verde in Miraflores district – a stop other tours in Lima won’t take you.
You’ll discover the secrets to the perfect Cebiche and Pisco Sour as you prepare the dish and cocktail yourself with the head chef and bartender.
The last stop, and the icing on the cake, is for lunch at la Huaca Pucllana, a restaurant within a pre-Incan archeological complex – undoubtedly a highlight of tourism in Lima. This prestigious restaurant is so impressive that the King of Spain, Mick Jagger, Bill and Hillary Clinton, just to name a few, have made sure not to miss it during their trips to Lima.
You’ll enjoy a variety of gourmet Peruvian dishes as well as four different desserts and another pisco-based cocktail.