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When it comes time to bring home a souvenir from your vacation, ShermansTravel experts know just where to go. Whether it’s a high-end leather purse or an authentic, locally made craft, we show you which stores and markets to hit up for all your shopping needs – while highlighting the best steals and bargains in your destination.

Shopping in Lima

Alpaca III

Dedicated to creating high-quality garments, this company produces fashionable scarves, sweaters, and knee-length coats from the world’s finest wool – that of the llama’s distant cousin, the vicuña.

Larcomar Shopping Center, 011-51-1-447-9842,
Tags: luxury | shopping

Artesanías Santo Domingo

Inside this beautiful, colonial-style building you’ll find a cluster of souvenir stores. When you’re finished shopping, stroll over to the nearby plaza for views over the Iglesia de Santo Domingo.

Conde de Super and Jr. Camaná, 011-51-1-242-2871
Tags: family | shopping | views

Centro Comercial Larcomar

Overlooking the ocean, Lima’s swankest shopping center buzzes with restaurants, cinemas, bowling, and upscale shops (everything from clothing and fashion accessories to cigars).

Along the Malecón and Parque Salazar (near the Marriott hotel), 011-51-1-445-7776
Tags: shopping | designer

Feria Artesanal

Lima’s largest arts and crafts market has a wide variety of handicrafts for sale. Although the quality varies, the prices are consistently lower than most tourist shops in Lima Centro or Miraflores.

Ave. de la Marina (blocks 6-10),
Tags: shopping | art | crafts


Florentine artist and owner, Ilaria Ciabetti, works with over 80 qualified artisans to preserve the Peruvian tradition of silversmithing. Her exquisite silver pieces feature natural elements like Andean opal, mother of pearl, and Peruvian turquoise.

Ave. 2 de Mayo 308, 011-51-1-221-8575
Tags: shopping | jewelry

Jockey Plaza Shopping Center

Next to the racetrack, this American-style shopping mall touts everything from department stores like Saga Falabella and small fashion boutiques to restaurants, cinemas, and a supermarket.

Ave. Javier Prado Este 4200, 011-51-1-437-4100,
Tags: shopping | shopping mall | culinary

Mercado Indio

Lined with well-stocked stalls carrying handcrafted weavings, ceramics, and silver, this giant artesanía market is one of Lima’s finest for handicrafts and one-of-a-kind pieces.

5245 Ave. Petit Thouars (from Ricardo Palma to Vidal),
Tags: shopping | art | traditional | crafts

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