Free Walking Tour Barranco — Discover Barranco on foot with expert and friendly tour guides, we will show you Lima’s most interesting and colorful neighborhood, famous because of its Bohemian lifestyle and local artist favorite place.
We will stroll into the colorful stately mansions, churches, the main square of Barranco, the famous Bridge of Sighs, La Bajada de Baños, the cliff of Barranco, and more.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
AVAILABILITY OF THIS FREE TOUR:
Why to reserve with us?
- 100% Peruvian company
- 100% Indigenous team
- Licensed tour guides
- It is Free to book
How to recognize our Guides? It will be informmed in your cofirmation details.
Duration: About 2 hours.
Language: 100% English tours, for Spanish tour check, free tour Barranco in Spanish language.
Tour Type: It’s a free, non-private group tour.
Accessibility: This tour is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.
Please Bring: December to March: Summer clothes — April to November: Winter clothes
Included: Professional and licensed Tour Guide.
How to book? For the mean time, Barranco free tours are suspended; however, you can join our free tour in Lima center.
Faq’s: Please scroll down to the bottom of this page.
The itinerary can always change because of weather, strikes and festivals.
Barranco’s Main Square
Iglesia Santa Cruz—church
Puente de los Suspiros—bridge of sighs
Graffiti art on the streets
Iglesia La Ermita—hermitage of Barranco
Bajada de Baños—traditional street
Free – based on your donation, neither our tour guides nor the team members have set salaries.
For the mean time, Barranco free tours are suspended; however, you can join our Lima city centre walking tours, we have guaranteed departures!
It will be informmed in your cofirmation details.
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What makes us different?
- We are accountable
- We do it right
- We serve
What is a free tour?
Are you wondering whether our free tours in Barranco are as good as the paid ones? Our guided tours are 100% free to join and we work hard to earn your appreciation at the end of the tour; therefore our walks are first-class.