1. Plaza Mayor (Main Square) : It is the epicentre of the old colonial city, where the Cathedral of Lima, the Government Palace and the Provincial Municipality of Lima are placed.
2. Casa de la Gastronomía (House of Gastronomy) : In this museum, you can go through 500 years of Peruvian culinary history. Located in the former Palacio de Correos, it includes 4 exhibition halls: Permanent Room, Temporary Room, Audio-visual Room and Pisco Room.
3. Día de la Canción Criolla (Day of the Creole Songs) : On 31 October, Peruvians celebrate this festival that pays tribute to the Peruvian Creole music as part of the country's identity. Concerts, tributes, dances and traditional "peñas" are taking place on this day.
4. Concurso Nacional del Caballo de Paso (National Competition of Paso Horses) : This horse contest takes place in Mamacona, next to the pre-Inca Pachacamac oracle. The Peruvian Paso horse is the offspring of Spanish and Berber races, characterized by synchronized gaits of its front and rear legs in a parallel way.
5. Plaza de Toros de Acho (Acho's bull ring) : Built in 1760 under the orders of the Viceroy Amat y Juniet, it is the oldest bull ring in America and the third oldest in the world. Bullfighting fans do not only enjoy the bullfight or the Feria Taurina del Señor de los Milagros (bull fair) held in October, but also the museum it includes on its facilities.