- This southern suburb is a very charming seaside resort. When you reach the centre, you can't help but admire the quaint colonial and colourful buildings, with the quiet charm of an artistic town. The public library now stands on the plaza. It is an attractive building. There are some paths that can lead one down to the beach. Or you may be able to find some restaurants that sit right on the edge of the cliff, offering you a magnificent view of the Pacific. It is quite quiet by day, but at night, the suburb comes alive around the bars and restaurants near the plaza. It is known as a bohemian district because of its many pubs and clubs and the fact that many artists have chosen this place to live.
- The description was provided by Iván Rodríguez Baldwin
- Lima, Perú
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