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Santuário de Las Nazarenas (Iglesia de las Nazarenas)
Santuário de Las Nazarenas (Iglesia de las Nazarenas)

Santuário de Las Nazarenas (Iglesia de las Nazarenas)

Free admission
Aberto diariamente das 6h às 12h e das 16h às 20h.
Jirón Huancavelica 515, Lima

Informações Práticas

O Santuário de Las Nazarenas fica no extremo oeste do distrito histórico de Lima. O código de vestimenta é semiformal.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Sanctuary of Las Nazarenas is an ideal spot for art and history lovers.
  • Admission is free.
  • There are no restrooms on premises.
  • Dress appropriately (no short skirts or shorts) when visiting religious buildings.
  • Wheelchair access may be arranged prior to a visit.
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How to Get There

Sanctuary of Las Nazarenas is located in the western end of Lima’s historic district, about a 10-minute walk from Plaza Dos De Mayo. Head northeast and exit roundabout onto Jirón Moquegua, make left towards Av. Tacna. The sanctuary will be on your left. Limited parking space is available near the site. Take a cab from other parts of the city, or from Miraflores take bus 301 to the Quilca stop and walk about five minutes to the plaza.

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When to Get There

The church is open daily, morning to evening, and is usually closed during lunchtime hours between noon and 4pm. Come in the morning to avoid crowds. Lima’s peak season runs from December to April when it’s dry and warm; the rainy season runs from May to November with high humidity and the chance of rain. Visit late October to participate in the remarkable Lord of Miracles festival.

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Wildcard

Church of San Francisco Many of Lima’s historic district’s top attractions are located within walking distance from Sanctuary of Las Nazarenas, including the colonial Church of San Francisco. The baroque style church built in the late 1600s is the best preserved church in Lima, famous for the collection of ancient religious texts and catacombs where some 75,000 bodies lie.

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