The Magic Water Circuit, located in the Parque de la Reserva, is a wonderful collection of 13 ornamental, cybernetic and interactive fountains where water, music, light, images and laser effects are combined in perfect union and harmony to present us with incredible and unique shows full of magic, excitement and fantasy. It boasts world recognition and distinction having been named the “world´s largest fountain complex in a public park” by the Guinness Book of World Records.
The Magic Water Circuit, a municipal project of great importance, is recognized nationally and internationally as one of the principal tourist attractions in Lima and has become a symbol of the recovery of public spaces and an icon of modernity in the city promoting a better quality of life for its citizens since its inauguration the 26Th of July 2007.
The creation of this wonderful circuit included the recovery of more than 7 thousand trees and the restoration of the existing monuments within the Parque de la reserva including taking advantage of the historical and cultural character of the23 original pools which date from 1929.
Today Lima offers an incredible show in a space full of magic, fantasy and culture that also serves as a place for meeting and enjoyment for the whole population.
"Traductor: Andrew Howson, de nacionalidad británica, egresado de la Escuela Superior de Traducción e Interpretación de Lima - ESIT y ex profesor en esa casa de estudios, quien actualmente vive y reside en Inglaterra".