The Magical Water Circuit opened in June of 2007 and was an amazing display of fountains, some choreographed to music, some interactive. It takes a few hours just to go through and look at them all, but it’s a lot of fun…
It is mostly crowded the week before up to Peru’s independence day July 28th. It is better to go at about 5 p.m. so you are not waiting in long lines to get in!
WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING/CARRY
You will observe a unique show of lights and music in this park, included in the Guiness Book of Records as the largest fountain complex in the world where. You will walk around with your Lima Mentor’s guide who will explain the history behind this park, which was named Parque de la Reserva in honor of the troops participating in the War of the Pacific. The park is a big complex and was built in a beautiful neoclassic style. Finally, drive in Lima at night, a visit to our city showing memorials, churches, historical buildings and monuments exquisitely decorated and lit.
Cuzco is a city in southeastern Peru, near