When it comes to romance, the meeting spot for lovers in Barranco is the Puente de los Suspiros, made from wood where couples congregate as the sun descends.
Just a few steps of walking from Puento de los Sospiros, in San Martin 130 Barranco there’s a special space called ‘Ayahuasca’. The house of Ayahuasca maintains the structure and the original finishes. It’s decorated with clear references of the Andean world, under the artistic concept of Maricruz Arribas, recycling prints, herbs, bottles and beautiful textile artisans of Chancay, among many other material pre-Columbian. In the basement blends the art of Sandra Basurco Humbel and Pancho, who poured their creativity by incorporating Peruvian original, fun and friendly motives. They worked a metal sculpture with pisco bottles, antique furniture decorated brightly and colorful.
The lighting creates a theatrical effect that transforms any room in a work of art.