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Situated in the East Boston area, Boston Logan International (BOS) is New England's biggest airport. You can reach BOS using I-90 E. When you're traveling from BOS to Lima J Chavez International (LIM), typical flight times are just over eight hours without any stops. You can rent cars, take a taxi or get a limo at LIM in the International Arrivals area, and Lima is accessible via Morales Duarez.
Lima, Peru's largest city has historic sites such as Museo Larco and Plaza de Armas, and the retail district of Miraflores. You can take in the Magic Water Circuit, take in the greenery at the Parque De La Reserva and check out the Pacific Ocean and cliff sides on the Miraflores Boardwalk. Barranco is home to many clubs for those looking to sample the nightlife, and Choco Museo features exhibits and tastings dedicated to chocolate and cocoa. The seaport of Callao, with its boat rides to Islas Palomino, is just about 11 miles west.
Weather is usually warm and humid in Lima, but there is a dense fog known as "garua" from June through the month of December. Pack some light clothing for your trip so you're prepared for sunny, hot days. A popular spot for travelers to stay in is near the Pacific Ocean side and around the Miraflores district.