Explore pyramids and find things to do in San Isidro

Centrally located near business offices and foreign embassies and within one block of the Corredor Azul bus route, Radisson Hotel Plaza del Bosque provides the perfect jumping-off point for business and leisure guests. Escape the corporate high-rises and travel back to ancient times with a trip to the Huaca Huallamarca pyramid, or plan a romantic sunset outing with your sweetheart to Lima’s Bridge of Sighs. Looking for kid-friendly things to do? Splash around and catch a choreographed performance at the Magic Water Circuit.
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Larcomar

2.39 mi / 3.85 km from the hotel
The cliffside Larcomar shopping mall boasts more than 100 retailers and restaurants that overlook the Pacific Ocean.

Museo Larco

3.06 mi / 4.92 km from the hotel
Explore more than 5,000 years of pre-Columbian history at Museo Larco, which showcases jewelry, textiles, ceramics and more.

Huaca Huallamarca

0.46 mi / 0.75 km from the hotel
Built as a temple by the indigenous Lima civilization, this adobe pyramid has stood for more than 1,500 years. Tour the museum to see the ancient artifacts and mummies discovered at this archaeological site.

Bridge of Sighs

3.7 mi / 5.96 km from the hotel
Woo your loved one with a romantic visit to Lima’s Bridge of Sighs, a popular gathering spot for lovebirds to watch the sunset. According to local legend, a wish will be granted if you cross the entire span of the bridge while holding your breath.

Historic Centre of Lima

11.16 mi / 17.97 km from the hotel
Learn more about Peru’s colonial past with a visit to the Historic Centre of Lima, featured on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The stretch includes popular attractions such as San Martin Square, the Magic Water Circuit and Saint Francis Monastery.

San Martin Square

3.09 mi / 4.97 km from the hotel
This central square dedicated to José de San Martín, who won Peru’s independence in 1821, is a popular gathering spot for locals and tourists. The plaza features an impressive statue dedicated to its namesake and is surrounded by beautiful buildings with ornate architecture.