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Lima

A for effort: the classic facade of Hotel B in Barranco, Lima.

Peru

Old beauty, new chic

Ben Groundwater Hotel B encapsulates the bohemian charm of Barranco in Lima, writes Ben Groundwater.

Gourmet travel

Cuisine confidential: El Bulli chef names world's best restaurants

Spaniard Ferran Adria is one of the world's most influential chefs. Under his leadership, the Catalonian restaurant El Bulli was voted the world?s best restaurant five times by UK-based Restaurant magazine.

The culinary mastermind behind the late, legendary El Bulli, Ferran Adria offers his expert guide to the world's best restaurants.

Airlines

Flight test: LAN economy class

LAN 787 dreamliner

Flight Test This plane has chargers and USB ports for every seat and whopping windows that are 40 per cent larger than standard.

Worldwide

All hail the taxi

Taxi

It's been a rough ride at times but, as Brian Johnston writes, taxis reveal much about a place.

More stories on Lima

Photo galleries

Clowning around in Lima

Clowns sit together before marching in Lima, Peru, Saturday, May 25, 2013. Hundreds of professional clowns dressed in colorful costumes, wigs and face paint marched through the streets of Lima to celebrate Peruvian Clown Day. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)

Hundreds of professional clowns dressed in colourful costumes, wigs and face paint marched through the streets of Lima to celebrate Peruvian Clown Day.

Map of Lima

Travel News

Jetstar tells girl she is 'too young to fly alone'

Jetstar

12:31pm | A 12-year-old girl's "first big flight" was cut short when boarding crew told her she was too young to fly alone.

Drunk woman attacks cabin crew with false leg

9:47am | Pilots were forced to divert a flight after a one-leg drunk woman attacked cabin crew.

Croatia expels tourist for punching monk seal

9:06am | A man who punch a Mediterranean monk seal has been fined and expelled from Croatia.

Peninsula Paris a game-changer on the luxury hotel scene

JULIETTA JAMESON | With more than $1 billion spent to open the doors of the brand new Peninsula Paris; it is perhaps the most anticipated opening in recent times.

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