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The Magic Water Circuit Tour takes you to the Center of Lima to explore one of the world’s largest water fountain parks. This beautiful park has over 13 fountains to explore.
18:00 – 18:30 PM
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The Magic Water Circuit is one of the main attractions Lima has to offer at night. It is considered a highlight by locals and it’s a must see.
The Magic Water Circuit was inaugurated on July 26th, 2007, is still one of the major municipal projects; furthermore a Lima city icon and symbol of the recovery of public spaces in Lima. It has thirteen cybernetic fountains, which are supported by the latest technology, where music, water, sound and laser light are mixed to display unique and incredible shows.
This park has the Guinness Book record for the largest fountain complex in the world, displaying 13 different fountains and many are interactive. All of the fountains are illuminated at night, many with continuously changing color schemes. A colorful laser light program synchronized with classical and Peruvian music makes the fountains sparkle and shine as the water flows in unique patterns and shapes.
The Magic Water Circuit can be found in central Lima, built adjacent to the Reserve Park. The Reserve Park was inaugurated in 1929, in honor of reservists who fought in defense of the city during the Pacific War (1881) against Chile. It has been declared National Historical Patrimony, National Cultural Heritage and monumental urban environment. Its design, was inspired by European architecture. The park provides the city of Lima with a large green area with Indigenous and Art Deco Style Architecture.
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