Rooftop Bars Lima
9 best rooftop bars in Lima
Lima is a vibrant city full of culture and history, located along the Pacific. The best way to take in the unique mix of urban and coastal surroundings is of course to head to a Lima rooftop.
This ultimate guide to the best rooftops Lima has to offer will take you straight to the best venues, packed with all info you need about each Lima rooftop: opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more. Whether you are looking for an upscale dining experience or a rowdy night out, there is an elevated spot for everyone.
So, which is the best rooftop bar Lima? Just scroll down and find the Lima rooftop bar best suited for you.
Rikard has spent the last 10 years exploring, enjoying, researching and working with rooftop venues. During these years he has visited more than 700 rooftops across the globe. The experience he has gained is used to create helpful, in-depth and accessible content, and to share his knowledge and rooftop expertise with fellow rooftop-lovers.
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Rooftop bar Lima
Prime season: November - April
Residents: 10 millions
Climate: desert climate
Despite its location in the tropics and in a desert, Lima has a mild climate. Temperatures are not often over 30°C, or below 12°C. And while this means that the Lima rooftop bars can stay open year round, the prime season to visit is during spring/summer, from about November to April. In winter, the can often be long periods of dark overcast skies.
Many of the Lima rooftop bars are found in the popular areas of Miraflores and Barranco. And many are also perched on top of luxurious hotels, and offers not only bar and restaurant, but also a rooftop pool. There are also plenty of elevated venues offering fantastic views over both the Pacific Ocean and the Lima skyline.
Lima is Peru's capital and also the largest city. The city is located in the desert zone of the central coastal part of the country, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Lima is a vibrant city full of culture and history. For a special treat, visit one of the many museums in town, like the Rafael Larco Herrera Archaeological Museum or the Museo de la Nación. At night, you'll have plenty of options for dining and nightlife. Lima has something for everyone from traditional Peruvian cuisine to lively bars and clubs.