“Seat of the Colonial and Republican governments since the Spanish foundation in 1535 on top of an existing indigenous urban centre. Until the forties it was as well the residential area for the country’s most influential families. The route passes all the important and lesser known official buildings, churches and houses, with attention to the different building styles and the typical balconies. More than 30 buildings looked at in detail, including of course the Church and Convent of Santo Domingo, the Church of San Agustin, the Church of San Pedro, Casa Osambela and Casa Riva Agüero” (http://www.limawalks.blogspot.pe/)
A visit to Casa de Aliaga can be included, as you can only visit this mansion through an agency or with a guide.