Discover Lima’s rich cultural history at attractions in and around San Isidro

With a proud history extending back nearly 500 years, the thriving metropolis of Lima is a hub of South American business and culture. The Radisson, located in the upscale San Isidro district, is just one block from Avenida Javier Prado, one of Lima’s main thoroughfares. Attractions such as the Larco Museum and the ancient Huaca Huallamarca are less than three miles away, and you’ll also find international corporations such as ExxonMobil and Google nearby. Want to remember your time in San Isidro? Purchase pottery or an alpaca scarf at Mercado Indio, the largest handicraft market in Lima.

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Larco Museum

2.57 mi / 4.14 km from the hotel
Explore more than 5,000 years of pre-Columbian history at Larco Museum, which showcases items such as jewelry, textiles, and ceramics.

Circuito Mágico del Agua

4.96 mi / 7.99 km from the hotel
If you're traveling with your family, don't miss the laser light show at one of the world's largest fountain complexes. During the day, tour the beautiful gardens, admire the art deco architecture, and then let the kids cool off in the fountains.

Huaca Huallamarca

0.38 mi / 0.62 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.

Natural History Museum

1.01 mi / 1.62 km from the hotel
One of the country's premier cultural attractions, the National History Museum explores the variety of fossils, animals, minerals, and plants native to Peru.

Avenida Javier Prado

0.08 mi / 0.12 km from the hotel
One of the city’s main boulevards, Avenida Javier Prado was named after an esteemed Peruvian philosopher. The avenue stretches west to east along 135 blocks and runs through eight different districts.

Basilica y Monasterio de Santo Domingo

3.36 mi / 5.4 km from the hotel
Visit this imposing monastery built in the 16th century by Dominican friars. This active convent houses the tombs of several prominent Peruvian saints as well as an expansive library of religious texts.