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few tips on how to deal with the first couple of days in Lima.
Lima has good public transportion; Metro de Lima has 26 stop in 11 districts, and the Metropolitano bus system makes it fast to get across the city, even during rush hour. Taxi don't have meters so always negotiate before you take any taxi. Always call taxis, and avoid flagging down taxis in the street.
Called the gastronomy capital of the Americas with over 200,000 restaurants, cafes and bars, Lima offers an abundance of exquisite food, from the peruvian national dish ceviche to cuy, causa, lomo saltado and aji de gallina. Most restuarant and bars include a 10% gratuity in the bill.
Lima has many recreational spots. It is easy to find a place to get work done at a coffee shop or co-working space, and when work is done there's plenty parks to relax in. Or why not just go down to some of the best beaches in the south of the city?