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Lima Apartments for Rent

Apartments in Lima Peru for rent

The capital of Peru is a metropolis boasting world class restaurants, upscale neighborhoods overlooking the ocean and colorful barrios rich in tradition and culture. In barrios such as barranco, apartments to rent in lima can be fairly cheap, small and colourful. The neighborhood has plenty of local delicacies and street vendors to try, and is fairly safe for expats living there. For those with more of a disposable income, then apartments in lima peru should be based in Miraflores. This upscale area is the most expensive neighborhood in the city, and has some of the worlds best and most experimental restaurants within it. The Miraflores boardwalk overlooking the ocean is a favourite of locals, expats and tourists alike.

iN lima’s high rise business district, the neighborhood to live in is San Isidro. The location is very central, and travel between Miraflores and San Isidro should take no more than twenty minutes of public transport. As it is the business district of the city, rentals in San Isidro are not the cheapest, but still more reasonable than Miraflores. Apartments in Miraflores, Lima, tend to be modern, luxurious and spacious, depending on your budget.

Room for Rent in Lima Peru

Rooms and flatshares in Lima Peru

Some of the cheapest options for rent are rooms in Lima, these consist of shared apartments and the rooms are rented out individually. The rent is split between each room and tenants. This is a great way to find and meet new people, which is especially important if Lima is a new city and contacts are few and far between.

Rooms for rent in Lima are cheap due to the fact that the apartment split bills and rent between each tenant. It is cheaper than renting an entire apartment to yourself because all utilities and facilities like electricity and wifi are split between the housemates, thus saving each renter money.

About Lima

How big is a Lima apartment?
Although sizes may vary depending on your selection of bedrooms,Lima apartment is start from 40m² and could go up to 199m².
How to find apartments for rent in Lima?
Lima's population count might make things slightly difficult for new comers to find a place when they first move in. We suggest that you use Nestpick's smart tool to look for your new home, as well as if you are a student reach out to your school's counsiling to find a rental in Lima.
Who can rent apartments in Lima?
Anyone is looking for accommodation can rent an apartment in Lima as long as they are +18 years old.