San Pedro Church, Lima

Tours for San Pedro Church
Churches and Balconies of Lima Half Day Tour Book Now
Small Group Lima Discovery Walking Tour Book Now
Private Historical Lima City Tour Book Now
Show More

Book Hotels From your favorite brands

About San Pedro Church, Lima

San Pedro Church, Lima - Address, Phone Number

Address: Jiron Azangaro, cuadra 4, Lima, Peru

Phone: +51-14283017

Show on map

Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

Added 2K times in trip plans

Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids

Try TripHobo to create your itinerary

Are you associated with this business? Get in touch

This is the Jesuit Order’s premier church in Peru. Many people say that it’s one of the finest buildings in the country. It is situated right in the centre of the city and is just walking distance away from all the other important sites. The altars and chapels are richly ornamented. The interior is full of paintings and sculptures that have all been well preserved. Highlights include:

  • The Three naves
  • The Golden altar
  • The Three naves
  • The Dome
  • The San Ignacio de Loyola chapel
  • The Underground crypt

San Pedro Church Information

  • The English guided tour is shorter than the Spanish one.

San Pedro Church Ticket Prices

  • Guided Tour- PEN 5

How To reach San Pedro Church by Public Transport

  • Bus Station: Jiron de la Union.

Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in Lima before you plan your trip.

Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Lima and book an accommodation of your choice.

San Pedro Church, Lima Reviews - Write a Review

user-pics
Google+
  • Not much on the outside but beautiful on the inside. Ar least 8 side alters each more intricate and beautiful than the next. The main alter is very beautiful. This is a magnificent church worth visiting even if you dont like churchs!

  • A beautiful church unlike most I've ever seen. Absolutely worth the visit

  • This will an amazing church to visit in Lima. It is about a 2 minute walk from the plaza. There were quite a bit of people when I visited. Pictures are allowed in the main sanctuary but not in the rest of the cathedral. The catacombs were great and they estimate 25,000 people were buried there. The sanctuary is free, but to your the rest of the building is 10 soles for adults and 5 for children. I would highly recommend a short stop here!

  • Beautiful paintings in San Pedro

  • Quaint church tucked away at the end of a lane. Very beautiful

Read all reviews