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Number of flights per week1Currency
Flight Duration
7 hour
Top destinationsLima
Most popular airlineLATAM AirlinesMost popular airportJorge Chavez Intl. Airport
About Peru

Situated in the western part of South America, Peru shares borders with Ecuador and Colombia to the north, Brazil to the east, Bolivia to the southeast, Chile to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west.
Peru's population mainly comprises Mestizos, Peruvian Indians, and people of European and Asian origins. The people of Peru predominantly adhere to the Christian faith. The country has two official languages, Spanish and Quechua, while a local language known as Aymara is also commonly spoken among the population. Approximately one-third of the country's population resides in the capital, Lima.
Lima, the largest city in Peru and the country's capital is also known as the "City of Kings" due to its rich cultural and historical heritage. Lima captivates visitors with its extensive beaches and breathtaking natural beauty.
Peru has other major cities such as Cuzco, Trujillo, Arequipa, Callao, Chiclayo, and Iquitos. The country's landscape features rainforests, with the Amazon River and its tributaries coursing through the land. Among Peru's largest and most significant lakes are Lake Titicaca and Lake Junín.
In this diverse country, you can encounter various climates. The coastal areas feature a tropical climate, the Andes Mountains provide a temperate climate, and the Amazon rainforest regions have rainy weather. The best time to visit Peru is between June and August.
Peru beckons visitors with numerous breathtaking destinations to explore. In the Nazca region, you can marvel at the mysterious Nazca Lines and visit the oasis of Huacachina. In the capital city, you can explore the Government Palace, Machu Picchu, Plaza de Armas, the Santuarios Museum, Puente Fierro Bridge, Cuzco Cathedral, the Red Fortress, the Temple of the Sun, City Museum, Sacred Valley, and Inca Museums.
Peruvian cuisine reflects influences from Spanish, Arab, Chinese, and African cultures. Due to its history as a former colony, the country has a diverse culinary culture. Some of Peru's most famous dishes include ceviche, made from fresh raw fish, anticucho, a skewered beef kebab, arroz con pollo, a chicken and rice dish, carapulcra, a dried potato and meat stew, and pachamanca, a type of meat and vegetable dish prepared in an earthenware pot.
In Peru, the population mainly engages in fishing and agriculture. Sugar cane and coffee are among the country's major exports. The country's industrial sector is primarily concentrated in the capital. With rich underground resources such as gold and copper mines, Peru processes and exports these minerals. Additionally, it's known that coca leaves, which help suppress feelings of hunger, fatigue, cold, and altitude sickness, are used to produce raw materials in the country's informal economy.

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Which airlines have flights to Peru?

LATAM Airlines organize flights to Peru.

Which are the most popular Peru airports?

The most popular airports in Peru: Jorge Chavez Intl..

Which are the most popular Peru cities?

Most popular Peru cities: Lima.