Piura has streets lit by the everlasting northern Peru sun. Tourism in this city is based on local resorts and beaches which are favorite to surfers. (…) Visitors can see colonial churches and artisan villages like Chulucanas and Catacaos. (…) Piura is also home to the largest arid territory in Peru: the Sechura desert.
How to get to Piura
The bus ride from Lima to Piura takes about 15 hours. It is done by the Northern Pan American Highway, which is in good condition. For those who prefer to travel by plane, there are several companies that perform daily flights from Lima to the city of Piura. The journey takes about an hour and a half.
In Lima there are museums with great works of art, archaeological sites, beaches, the boardwalk, valleys, and reserves of flora and fauna. Besides, nightlife along with the adrenaline of adventure sports and its exquisite cuisine give the capital of Peru an authentic feel and makes tourism in Lima a unique experience.
How to get to Lima
Various international and Peruvian airlines have regular flights to Peru. The main point of arrival is Jorge Chavez International Airport (airport code: LIM) in the city of Lima. Jorge Chavez Airport is the main point of arrival for international tourists and connecting domestic flights in Peru.