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Wonders Of The Caribbean & South America

  • 01 Nov 2019
  • 15 nights
  • Ship: Seven Seas Mariner
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Miami, Florida, USA, Port Antonio, Willemstad, Oranjestad, Santa Marta, Cartagena, Colombia, Panama Canal, Manta, Guayaquil, Salaverry, Lima (Callao)

Includes: Up to 44 free shore excursions, overnight hotel stay in miami included, free flights included where applicable , free business class flights (in penthouse suites and higher on euro…

FREE BUSINESS CLASS FLIGHTS
Suite from £49,799pp (was £61,119)

Navigate the World in 2021 | Miami To Barcelona

  • 04 Jan 2021
  • 119 nights
  • Ship: Seven Seas Mariner
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Miami, Florida, USA, St. John's, Castries, St. Georges, Grenada, Kralendijk, Oranjestad, Manta, Guayaquil, Salaverry, Lima (Callao), Pisco, Hanga Roa, Easter Island, Papeete, Tahit…

Includes: Free business class flights for all bookings*, exclusive free private uk chauffeur service for all bookings*, up to 324 free shore excursions*, pre-cruise hotel stay & gala in miam…

FREE BUSINESS CLASS FLIGHTS
Suite from £50,999pp

The All-Inclusive Ultra-Luxury World Cruise Launch

  • 07 Jan 2021
  • 150 nights
  • Ship: Silver Whisper
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, Key West, Florida, Belize City, Roatan Island, Honduras, San Blas Island, Panama, Guayaquil, Ecuador, Callao, Peru, Easter Island, Chile, Adamstown,…

Includes: All-inclusive ultra-luxury cruising, complimentary $4,000 on board spend*, complimentary business class flights*, exclusive world cruise events*


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Highlights of Lima


Lima City

Lima City

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

Fountain on the Plaza Mayor

Fountain on the Plaza Mayor

The Basilica Cathedral of Lima

The Basilica Cathedral of Lima

ROL Cruise recommends…

 

1.  Wander the Historic Centre of Lima

No trip to Lima is complete without a few hours spent in the history-rich Historic Centre of Lima, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in the city centre, there’s no excuse for missing out on the must-visit sites located in the area – including the Archbishop’s Palace, built in the sixteenth century, the Government Palace and the grand houses of Aliaga, Oidor and Pilatos, among many other architectural gems.


2. Be awed by fine colonial architecture

The Cathedral of Lima, the construction of which began in the year Lima was founded (1535), is a must-visit attraction for any traveller interested in colonial architecture. A classic example of this style, the creators of the awe-inspiring building upped the ante by using only materials of the very finest quality to create their masterpiece – including real gold to decorate the great altar.


3. Enjoy some of Peru’s finest food

With culinary influences including Europe, Japan, China and Africa, it’s no wonder Lima is known as the Gastronomical Capital of the Americas. With this in mind, it may come as no surprise that Lima is home to some of the world’s top 50 restaurants. For a true taste of Peruvian food, give the local coffee and chocolate a go; these are renowned across the world, so they must be doing something right!


4. Explore Machu Picchu, ancient home of the Incas

If you have time to venture further afield, make the journey to Machu Picchu – a world-renowned tourist attraction and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Home to the Incas in the fifteenth century, the citadel lies on a mountain ridge nearly 8,000 feet above sea level, and is one of the most famous relics of the civilization still visible today.


5. Visit the Historical Capital of Peru, Cusco

If exploring Machu Picchu has inspires you to learn more about the Incas, be sure to visit Cusco – capital of the Inca civilization from the thirteenth to sixteenth centuries. Named the Historical Capital of Peru by the Constitution of Peru, a number of the original structures still stand today including The Temple of the Virgins of the Sun and Inca Wasi. The latter of which boasts the highest location of all Inca sites at an impressive 13,000 feet above sea level.