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The city of Lima, located in the central coast and on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, is one of the most important capitals of South America. Because of its diverse touristic, cultural, and gastronomic attractions, it was declared a Cultural World Heritage by UNESCO in 1991.

During the dates in which the CIS Congress will be held, the temperature in the city of Lima will range from 13 to 22 degrees Celsius. Due to its variable weather, there might be sunny days or some drizzle taking place usually at night and in the early morning. 


Main tourist attractions

  • Lima's historical center (Plaza de Armas, Palacio de Gobierno, Cathedral)


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Around the University of Lima, you can find different accommodation options such as:



The Jockey PlazaShopping Center is one of the major malls of the city and is located across from the University. There you will find restaurants with a broad range of culinary offer.

    • Bembos
    • Burger King
    • Chili´s
    • China Wok
    • Design your salad
    • Friday’s
    • Hard Rock Café
    • KFC
    • Longhorn Grill
    • Mama Pasta
    • Pizza Hut
    • Subway
    • Tanta
    • Tony Roma’s
    • Others


How to get to the University of Lima?

To get to the University of Lima’s campus from the airport, land terminals or a hotel, you can contact taxi companies by phone or by mobile applications. The University of Lima is located at Avenida Javier Prado Este N° 4600, District of Surco.



The Peruvian currency is the Sol. The denominations of bills are 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 Soles; and coins are 10, 20 and 50 cents, as well as 1, 2 and 5 Soles. The University of Lima’s campus has a Scotiabank’s office where you will be able to exchange Dollars into Soles.
You can also carry out these transactions in authorized money exchange offices or banks located in the financial area inside the Jockey Plaza Shopping Center. To check the updated exchange rate, please visit .




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