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Shopping in Lima

The handicraft markets in Miraflores and Pueblo Libre are full of colourful indigenous merchandise, such as woollen hats, woven bags and wooden sculptures. Most importantly, they sell scarves and jumpers made from delicate alpaca wool. Jewellery-addicts will be thrilled by the well-crafted silver at sophisticated Ilaria, while Larcomar in Miraflores or Jockey Plaza in Santiago de Surco are best for clothes shopping. Opening hours vary but run from around 11am to 10pm.

Miraflores Arts and Crafts Market, Lima. © Alfredo Bergna
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Jockey Plaza

Super-sized mall

Jockey Plaza in Surco is Lima's biggest shopping centre. Purchase a whole new wardrobe from department stores Saga Falabella and Ripley, or visit the boutiques for luxury goods such as cigars and perfume. There is also a cinema.



Opening Hours

Daily 11am-10pm

Address

4200, Avenida Javier Prado Este, Lima 33

Telephone

+51 1 716 2000

Transport

Taxi

Website

Jockey Plaza Website

Larcomar, Lima. Photo by Milton Rodriguez, m_pixels@yahoo.com
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Larcomar

Seafront spending

Hanging off a cliff above the Pacific Ocean, Larcomar in Miraflores combines entertainment with shopping. The calming sea breeze guides visitors through ice-cream parlours, restaurants, arcade games and more than 80 stores, with everything from souvenirs to individually styled clothes.



Opening Hours

Daily 7am-11.30pm

Address

610, Avenida Malecón de la Reserva, Miraflores, Lima 18

Transport

Taxi

Website

Larcomar Website

Miraflores Arts and Crafts Market, Lima. © Alfredo Bergna
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Miraflores Arts and Crafts Market

Lima's largest craft market

Miraflores Arts and Crafts Market in Miraflores, is easy to reach and is the biggest craft market in the city. Stalls offer traditional handmade wooden sculptures and colourful painted goods, and live music adds to the ambience.



Opening Hours

Daily 5pm-11pm

Address

Parque Kennedy, Miraflores, Lima 18

Transport

Taxi

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Pueblo Libre Artisan Market

Traditional handicrafts

The Artisan Market in Pueblo Libre offers handicraft from all over Peru for slightly better prices than elsewhere in the capital. You'll find everything from alpaca jumpers, ponchos and traditional chullos (knitted hats) to stone jewellery, wood and ceramic artefacts.



Opening Hours

Daily 12pm-8pm

Address

Avenida de la Marina, Pueblo Libre, Lima 21

Transport

Taxi

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Dédalo

Peruvian home furnishings

Dédalo in Barranco is the finest upscale purveyor of crafts and home furnishings from across Peru. Everything in the gallery space is for sale - works of art, ceramics, jewellery, clothes and handbags. Stop for lunch in the garden café.



Opening Hours

Daily 10am-8pm

Address

295, Paseo Sáenz Peña, Lima

Telephone

+51 1 477 5131

Transport

Taxi

Ilaria, Lima. Courtesy of Ilaria International
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Ilaria

High-class jewellery

Ilaria sells eye-catching Peruvian silver jewellery in both traditional and modern designs, finished with mother of pearl, amethyst and other precious stones. The flagship store is in San Isidro, but there are also branches at Jockey Plaza and the airport.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 10am-7.30pm

Address

308, Avenida Dos de Mayo, Lima 27

Telephone

+51 1 440 7799

Transport

Taxi

Website

Ilaria Website

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