If you want to know more about Lima Peru Food Tours, you’re in the right place. We've been running award-winning food tours in Lima for over a decade, so we’ll explain why you should take a food tour while in Lima, Peru.
Why would anyone take a food tour in Lima, Peru? Because Peruvian food is simply the best, it’s almost rhetorical at this point. Of course, you can expect us to be biased, but Peru has won many international recognitions over the last ten years. The World Travel Awards, for instance, has named Peru the best culinary destination in the world several times, and Lima has some of the top restaurants in the world. Three of the top 50 restaurants in the world currently.
Food tours also bring you a unique insight into the traditions and culture. For example, if you go to a restaurant and order a dish, you may be missing the story behind it. You don't know where it comes from or what influences, ingredients, and techniques define the dish. On a food tour, the guide can explain the tastes, textures, and legends that make the dishes unique.
Another reason to consider a food tour boils down to logistics and time. If you're a foodie or passionate about food, you need a solid week in Lima to try different restaurants, specialties, and fusions. On a food tour, you can visit several places and try the best in just one day in Lima.
What to expect on a food tour? A deep dive into the ingredients, a visit to a local market, new products, and things you maybe already know but from a different perspective. You’ll also enjoy the curated routes. In the case of Lima, it’s a city with over 200,000 restaurants. With that in mind, you explore urban trails designed by experts who know what people are looking for and offer experiences highlighting the essential parts of a city while taking advantage of the time. A good food tour allows visitors to understand the city's layout and get a feel for each neighborhood's distinct identity. You’ll come to know where you are.
The last reason is that it can be your best introduction to a destination, especially in the case of Peru. The best food tours invite guests to understand a little bit about culture, politics, society, economy, and traditions all through the scope of the cuisine. Lima’s foodie scene is among the creme of the crop, so don't miss out. Hope to see you in Lima!
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Things to do in Lima that make people fall in love with the city - that's precisely what we're after. We're Lucas and Sam, a Peruvian-American couple who have run the top tour in Lima for the past 10 years. It’s no coincidence that the best activities in Lima have to do with Peru’s amazing cuisine. This Kansas City girl and Lima native have lived all over the world in their corporate past lives but they traded in the daily grind for sharing their love of good food, showing off the city’s secrets and meeting awesome people along the way.
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