Pucllana Temple is a well-preserved adobe-and-clay pyramid structure that was constructed by the Lima civilization in 400 AD.
It served as a crucial administrative and religious center for the myriad cultures that flourished in this region. Positioned at the heart of Miraflores district in Lima, the temple complex is a wonderful place for an afternoon or evening tour. You can enjoy breathtaking views of the city and the valley from the site.
After you are done exploring the stone complex, you can enjoy delectable Peruvian dishes at the restaurant in the premises.
There is also a museum here that showcases interesting artifacts, ceramics, tools and other exhibits unearthed from the site over the years.Places nearby:
Larcomar: Shop, Eat or Dance on the Cliffs 2 km / 1 mi
The Magic Water Circuit in Lima: Light Up The Night 4 km / 2 mi
San Francisco Catacombs: Lima's Largest 7 km / 4 mi
Plaza de Armas: The most important historical center in Peru 7 km / 4 mi
Real Felipe Fortress: Constructed to Protect the City of Lima 13 km / 8 mi