Hang out in Lima | Peru Hyperlapse

Hang out in Lima. Peru Timelapse and Hyperlapse Travel video
In Lima everything is in endless movement, and even the past is constantly being rediscovered.
Timelapse & Edit by Kirill Neiezhmakov
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Music: Glacier – Hang Limb

Equipment:
Canon 2x60d, 70d, EOS R,
Tokina 11-16 mm 2.8
Canon 17-55 mm 2.8
Canon 70-200 mm 4L
Canon 16-35 mm 2.8L
Canon 24-70 mm 2.8L
Manfrotto 190 carbon tripod
Software:
Adobe After Effects, Lightroom, LRTimelapse

Lima offers an extraordinary range of emotions, sensations, colors and flavors: travelers can visit the city’s impressive cathedral, fly over the ocean, enjoy a photogenic sunset, or savor unmatched cuisine.
Lima is a place of converging trends, created by its people and their living culture, where you will find every corner of Peru represented. One visit to Lima can never be enough. Lima, filled with colonial-era riches, is the only capital in South America that faces the sea, and it is hailed as the gastronomic capital of Latin America.
It is a city you should not miss!
Miraflores, as its name suggests, invites you to look at flowers. But it also invites you to explore other things. Start with the beautiful Costa Verde, and its cold seas that are perfect for surfing. Continue along the seafront promenade and you’ll find lovely parks, sculptures and art embellishing the city. And in the center of Miraflores you’ll find Huaca Pucllana, an archaeological treasure in the middle of the city. And then there is Parque Kennedy, and of course Parque del Amor.
Remember: Lima is the only South American capital on the seashore. Make the most of that fact and take a selfie at sunset!
The tour begins in Lima’s main square, known as the Plaza de Armas (or Plaza Mayor), where we can appreciate the imposing colonial-style architecture of the cathedral, the Government Palace and the Municipal Palace.
The tour also includes Plaza San Martín, Plaza del Congreso and the Desamparados train station, in an area where you can enjoy the architecture of Lima’s old mansion houses, with their colonial-era balconies.
You can choose to end the day at the Water Park (“Paseo de las Aguas”), with its spectacular evening show of fountains and lights; a wonderful attraction for both adults and children.
Peru is one of the world’s most varied countries. It is a multicultural nation, filled with traditions, a unique gastronomy and vast natural reserves. It is home to 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 84 of the planet’s 117 life zones. Peru is situated in the western part of South America and shares borders with Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia and Chile. Its enormous territory, covering more than 1.2 million square kilometers, is composed of three regions: Coast, Highlands and Jungle. Its current population exceeds 31.5 million inhabitants.
Spanish is the official language of Peru; however, 47 indigenous languages are also spoken in the country, including Quechua and Aymara.

En Lima todo está en constante movimiento, incluso el pasado no se queda atrás; y es que Lima te ofrece una variedad tan diversa de emociones, sensaciones, colores y sabores que es como si te dijera asómbrate con nuestra Catedral, vuela sobre el mar, maravíllate con un sunset de película o degusta una comida sin igual.
Porque Lima es tendencia, por su gente, su cultura viva, por cada pedacito de Perú que encontrarás a tu paso; por eso, una sola visita nunca será suficiente.
Lima, llena de riqueza colonial, es la única capital en Sudamérica con salida al mar. Y fue nombrada Capital Gastronómica de Latinoamérica.
¡No te la puedes perder!
Miraflores, como su nombre lo dice, te invita a mirar flores pero también a descubrir muchas otras cosas más. Empieza por nuestra hermosa Costa Verde, un mar frío y perfecto para correr tabla. Sigue por el malecón y encontrarás tantos parques preciosos, como esculturas y arte que embellecen la ciudad. Ya estando por el centro llegarás a la Huaca Pucllana, una joya arqueológica en medio de la ciudad. También puedes visitar el Parque Kennedy y, cómo no, el Parque del Amor.
Recuerda: Lima es la única capital de Latinoamérica frente al mar.
El Perú es uno de los países más variados del mundo. Un país multicultural, lleno de tradiciones, una laureada gastronomía y vastas reservas naturales. Posee 12 patrimonios mundiales reconocidos por Unesco y es dueño de 84 de las 117 zonas de vida que existen en el mundo. Perú está ubicado en la parte occidental de América del Sur y comparte sus fronteras con Ecuador, Colombia, Brasil, Bolivia y Chile. En su vasto territorio, de más de 1.2 millones de km², abarca tres regiones: Costa, Sierra y Selva. Su población actual supera los 31.5 millones de habitantes.
El español es el idioma oficial del Perú. Sin embargo, en el país se hablan 47 lenguas nativas, incluyendo el quechua y el aymara.

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