Flights to Lima arrive at Jorge Chavez International Airport in Callao. Lima International Airport is busy due to a high influx of tourists from North and South America and Europe. The Lima International Airport is said to have one of the best airport lounges in the world.
Public transportation such as the metro bus, shuttles, and taxis can take passengers on Lima flights to the city's main district. For travellers' convenience, the Ramada Costa del Sol Hotel is located inside the airport complex. Near to the passenger terminal is a row of stores called the Peru Plaza, and a food court is at the second level.
Taxi cabs in Lima don't use metres. Instead, foreigners are advised to negotiate for the fare before boarding a taxi. It is a good idea to book a taxi though your hotel's front desk.
Like cheap airfare to Lima, there are plenty of buses with inexpensive fares that you can take around the city, including micro buses and bigger combi buses. When you're about to get off the bus, you can simply hand your money to the conductor.
Lima's rapid train system is called the Metropolitano. You can purchase rechargeable cards to use this service.
There are many interesting tourist attractions in Lima. History buffs can go museum hopping. View the memorabilia in Instituto Riva Aguero. Go inside the National Museum of Archeology and History. Learn about the ancient Peruvian way of life in Museo Larco.
To learn about history outside of a museum, visit protected archaeological sites such as the Adobe Temples in Pachacamac. Other must-see attractions are the Peruvian mummies housed in Parque de las Leyendas. Go on a cruise and explore the neighboring islands off the coast of Callao. The Islas Palomino and the Ballestas Islands are popular destinations for tourists who want to enjoy the sun and to go surfing.
After saving money on your cheap flights to Lima, you can go shopping in the city's high-end shopping centres. Modern malls are replete with coffee shops, boutiques, and restaurants. Experience the gastronomic delight of Peruvian cuisine by trying Peru's national food, ceviche. Seafood is abundant in Lima. Foreigners who cannot stomach spicy Peruvian food can head to the nearest Western fast food chain or coffee shop.
Nightlife in Lima is never complete without sampling pisco sour, Peru's national drink. Weekend nights are very busy in Lima. Locals flock to entertainment centres and movie theatres early in the evening, but by late night, the downtown pubs and bars will be packed.