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This is one of my top ten favorite spots in the world. Not for its magnificence but for its beautiful simplicity. The trees, the short walk, the atmosphere and all the wildlife are simply breathtaking. Try it and hope you agree with me. It is...More
This is a nice place for a walk by yourself or with friends. It is quiet peaceful in the city in one of the most affluent neighborhoods. There are many attractions nearby specially restaurants and cafes. Highly recommended.
This is one of the biggest green areas with trees in Lima. Bordered by beautiful houses of apparent Germanic architecture and well guarded by agents of the San Isidro district, equipped with several little ponds, quiet pathways and plenty of grass area to walk or...More
The Olive Grove was established in 1620, when Fray Martín de Porres (from the Dominican monastery founded in 1539) decided to plant an olive garden from the three surviving plants that were brought from Spain by Antonio de Rivera. It is considered one of San...More
In a city with narrow footpaths or none at all, greenery is precious. If you are going past take some time to have a look at the old olive trees and parkland which meanders off into side streets amid large and attractive houses. Many pigeons...More
You can walk and enjoy the view of over 250 beautiful olive trees, their trunks are really beautiful because they are old. It's very peaceful and there are some lovely old homes with beautiful architecture to watch there. At night the lights make it even...More
Our tour took us to this Park. It was started with 3 olive trees way back when who survived the journey from Spain. Now the trees belong to the town and the town cares for them, harvests the olives and makes this Park a vital...More
A great place to peacefully take in some semi-fresh air, it is in Lima after all, without the sound of traffic. A lot of history is represented by the nearly 400 year old olive trees. The Municipality of San Isidro appears to be taking care...More