Photo courtesy of Sanisidrolima.com
Tour and Dine at a Colonial Manor
This grand colonial home was built over 300 years ago and was the place of a reception for the Peruvian liberator, Don José de San Martin. Though it now houses a fine dining restaurant (your server might also give you the house tour), the manor retains most of its original furniture, as well as its chapel, cellar, and catacombs. Through the enclosed garden, climb the double staircase into the house itself, built in this way so the owners could survey their land from their home, including the nearby olive groves planted by the original owners. The financial district of San Isidro grew up around it, making it a colonial jewel in the busy neighborhood.
By Amie Watson
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Av. Paz Soldan 290, San Isidro 15073, Peru
+51 1 4422777
Sun 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Mon - Sat 1pm - 3pm, 7pm - 11pm