Pariwana Hostel Lima

Av. Jose Larco 189, Miraflores, Lima, 14, Peru
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Forum Posts

Lima to Trujillo

by jschille

Going to be playing some tennis in Trujillo and was curious what the best/cheapest way to get there was.

We will be starting our trip in Rio. Should we buy roundtrip tickets from Rio to Lima?
Should we fly Lima to Trujillo or drive?
Should we buy tickets before coming to South America or buy them in the country?
Thank you for your time.

Re: Lima to Trujillo

by nhoolb

You may want to have a look at my transportation pages with more info and websites and then make your decision.

Re: Lima to Trujillo

by jschille

unfortunately you travel section doesn't talk too much detail when it comes to travelling from Lima to Trujillo.
So, I guess the question still remains on the best way to get to Lima to Trujillo. Thanks!

Re: Lima to Trujillo

by nhoolb

check the bus websites (cruz del sur, ormeño) and the airlines (lan peru, aerocondor, starperu) and decide.
on those websites you can also see how long the journey takes.

Re: Lima to Trujillo

by nhoolb

To make it easier for you, in case you didn't find it, this is the page:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/c2145/8f2/9/

Re: Lima to Trujillo

by jschille

Ok, I notice that the bus rides takes 9 hours and that flights ranged from anywhere between 135 dollars and up.
We will most likely be flying, is it cheaper to buy the ticket at the airport in Lima or better to buy before showing up to the country?

Re: Lima to Trujillo

by nhoolb

I just found LAN Peru and STAR Peru fare USD 100 one way all taxes included.

As always: the earlier you book, the better fares.

Re: Lima to Trujillo

by jschille

Is this a way of getting people that don't speak the language to pay more or am I missing something....

http://www.lan.com/cgi-bin/compra/paso2.cgi?fecha1_dia=12&fecha1_anomes=2008-07&fecha2_dia=04&fecha2_anomes=2008-06&otras_ciudades=&num_segmentos_interfaz=1&tipo_paso1=caja&from_city2=&to_city2=&rand_check=9075.57403861022&from_city1=LIM&ida_vuelta=solo_ida&to_city1=TRU&vuelos_fecha_salida=12%2F07%2F2008&vuelos_fecha_regreso=04%2F06%2F2008&cabina=Y&flex=0&nadults=1&nchildren=0&ninfants=0
vs
http://www.lan.com/cgi-bin/compra/paso2.cgi?fecha1_dia=12&fecha1_anomes=2008-07&fecha2_dia=04&fecha2_anomes=2008-06&otras_ciudades=&num_segmentos_interfaz=1&tipo_paso1=caja&from_city2=&to_city2=&rand_check=1341.3139253984375&from_city1=LIM&ida_vuelta=solo_ida&to_city1=TRU&vuelos_fecha_salida=12%2F07%2F2008&vuelos_fecha_regreso=04%2F06%2F2008&cabina=Y&flex=0&nadults=1&nchildren=0&ninfants=0

Re: Lima to Trujillo

by risse73

As Noel ("nhoolb") stated, buy your air tickets beforehand for better rates. Don't just go to one website. Base your decision after comparison shopping. You can visit each domestic air carrier's website, but that may require more time from you. You can check my Peru pages, I've written about a comparison tool that will allow you to search & compare domestic airfares in Peru at once.

BTW...what's all that info on the link about?! It's not comprehensible after pasting it here.

Goodluck & enjoy beautiful Peru!

Re: Lima to Trujillo

by risse73

BTW...I tried checking this Lima-Trujillo route & the best price even with LAN is $104/RT with tax included! Goodluck!!!

Travel Tips for Lima

Santos Peruanos Peruvian Saints

by elpariente

San Martín de Porres y Santa Rosa de Lima son dos de los cinco Santos Peruanos y están "enterrados" en la iglesia de Santo Domingo en Lima

San Martín de Porres and Santa Rosa de Lima are two of thefive Peruvian saints and they are "burried" in Santo Domingo Church in Lima

Malls

by christian99

Arts & Crafts Souvenirs

Best place to go shopping artesanía is Av. Petít Thouars between blocks 51 and 54, near Ovalo Miraflores. The street is lined with handicraft markets and smaller shops. For more expensive art, try shops around Av. Larco in Miraflores.

There are also big craft markets on Av. La Marina y Sucre in Pueblo Libre (taxi s/.8 from Barranco).

Mall Hopping in Lima

Larcomar, overlooking the sea in Miraflores, is the most popular and central shopping centre. It hosts a range of chic shops, several restaurants and fast food places, a movie theatre, bowling and arcade halls and some of Lima´s most popular night clubs: Gotica, Aura and Mama Batata.

Other big mall - Jockey Plaza - is situated in the richer residential suburb of Monterrico. Nothing cheap here and it gets really crowded here with shoppers on weekends. Just next here is the hipódromo de Monterrico, where horce races are held every weekend. $40

Taxis from the airport

by SirRichard

There is no municipal public transport from the airport (only the Urbanito private bus service, see tip above).
So if you wanna take a tax, here are the fares (in 2005):
- Centre: 7.50 USD
- Miraflores, Barranco...: 10 USD
- Others: 14 USD

Ask always first to the driver if he is an official one and tell him to show you his license. Write down the plate number, just in case. I have no personal complaints about taxis in Lima but you can read scary stories about that in the forums...

hands down - the best restaurant in Lima

by jglsongs about La Rosa Nautica

Rosa Nautica fulfills all senses: taste - probably one of the best restaurants in all of South America; sight - the waves break beneath your table; smell - between the aromas from the kitchen and the salt air, it's heaven. Any seafood dish is a winner - go for broke and have ceviche as an appetizer and another seafood dish as the main course.

The Cathedral

by SirRichard

Located in the Plaza de Armas is probably one of the most visited buildings in Lima. Try to visit it on sundays as you will see more activity, people coming to masses, and even some parade in the square. Entrance is free, though you can hire a guide to explain you the many chapels and paintings inside.
Inside is buried Francisco Pizarro, the conqueror of Peru, and his tomb can be visited.

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