The district is known to house some late colonial buildings, just keep your eyes open. By the way, one of the largest parks in Lima is Jesus Maria: The Field of Mars. It is also known as the green lung of the city.
One of the landmarks of the park is a bridge built by the Japanese community in Jesus Maria as a sign of friendship between Peru and Japan. By the way, what you should not miss is the market. It is small and is frequented mainly by the locals. But that is one of the reasons why you visit a market. Y: it is known for the stalls selling fresh ceviche. Anyone with a preference for churches will not be disappointed with the Church of San José with its imposing towers.