Acces to Lima - How to arrive to Lima
The city of Lima is easily reached overland and by air. The capital is linked to all the cities on the coast by the modern Pan-American Highway, that runs along the coastline; the northern stretch runs for 1,370 km from Tumbes, on the Ecuadorian border, to Lima, while the South Pan-American Highway runs 1,291 km from Lima to Tacna, on the Chilean border. The capital is connected to the Andes via the Central Highway (Carretera Central) and the Paramonga-Huaraz
route, both paved, and via roughgrade roads running from Cañete-Yauyos-Huancayo.Huacho-Oyón-Huánuco and Lima-Canta. As the gateway to Perú, Lima features an international airport which has regular flights to major cities around the world as well as dozens of domestic flights.