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Metro

Metro – in 2010, the Peruvian government started work on the “Lima Metro” – which currently consists of one train line (16 stations) running 22 km, joining Lima’s southern districts with the city center. More lines are planned. The current one-way fare is S/. 1.50 See its website for more details, including station info: www.lineauno.pe […]

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Autobús

Bus – Local minibuses (known locally as combis or micros) are found throughout Lima and tend to be cheap (fares from less than €.50). Final destinations (last stop) are usually shown on the bus’ front windscreen, and you can flag them down or get off anywhere. The most useful routes link central Lima with Miraflores […]

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Taxi

TAXI – there are a number of unlicensed taxi services operating in Lima. For safety reasons, if possible, visitors should pre-arrange taxi rides with reputable local companies. Since these vehicles are unmetered, one must haggle for a fare with the driver before departing to one’s destination. Here are phone numbers for some of them: Alo […]

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CAR RENTALS

CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Lima: Avis: +51 1 2020400 Budget: +51 1 4444 546 Dollar Rent a Car: +51 1 444 4920 Europcar: +51 1 2628 886 Hertz: +51 1 6544 538 National: +51 1 433 3750