Destination guide: Lima, Peru

Lima is the capital of Peru and is on the country’s central Pacific coast. Lima is also known as the “City of the Kings” and was formally the richest viceroyalty in South America. This important metropolis still has a beautiful colonial architecture that surprises visitors, as well as offering world-class cusine.

Purchase your flights to Lima and discover tourist attractions sich as the Pachacamac ruins, the Paracas National Reserve, the Nazca Lines and the Lima mountain range, among others.

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  • Lima - Weather Overview

    Lima is warm and sticky across the seasons, with very little rainfall. January through March brings warm, humid days with temperatures of about 26°C (79°F), and nightly lows which hover around a pleasant 20°C (68°F). The afternoon humidity relaxes a little during March and April, and the sun washes over the countryside. Between April and December, however, garúa (coastal fog) shrouds the sun.

    Weather Monthly View


    Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Rainfall Humidity (AM) Avg sunshine
    January 26 20 30 89 70
    February 26 20 0 91 69
    March 26 20 0 91 70
    April 24 18 0 92 72
    May 22 17 50 92 75
    June 20 16 50 89 76
    July 19 15 80 89 76
    August 18 15 80 90 77
    September 19 15 80 90 76
    October 20 16 30 89 74
    November 22 17 30 87 72
    December 24 18 0 88 70