How to Arrive to Trujillo City
Where is Peru?: At 1'285,220 sq. Km, Peru is the third-largest country in South America, it limits to the north with Ecuador, to the northeast with Colombia, to the east with Brazil, to the southeast with Bolivia, to the south with Chile and to the west with the Pacific Ocean.
Travel to Peru by air
International airlines operate scheduled flights to Peru's Jorge Chávez International Airport, located in Lima - Peru.
- From New York - Newark, Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Los Angeles, Mexico and Toronto exist direct flights to Lima.
- From Europe exist direct flights to Lima from Madrid, Paris and Amsterdam.
- Peru has direct flights from the main cities in Latin America as Bogota, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Guayaquil, La Habana, La Paz, Mexico, Panama, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago, Sao Paulo, San Jose de Costa Rica, Santo Domingo.
- Flights from Asia or Oceania to Peru, connection by USA or Europe.
Jorge Chávez International Airport (LIM Airport Code) in Lima is the main gate for international flights and it's the main hub to local flights connections.
How to arrive to Trujillo City?
If you have only a short time for visit Peru, the best way to travel is by air. Trujillo is connected with cities on the coast by the Pan-American Highway, also recommendable a bus trip.
The Trujillo's Airport "Capitán FAP Carlos Martínez Pinillos" (TRU Airport Code), with comfortable installations, receive regular domestic flights from Lima.
There are different schedules to Lima from Trujillo (flights about 55 minutes).
Trujillo is connected to the Pan-American Highway, being able to arrive through the north to Tumbes and Ecuador, and to the south passing through Lima to Tacna and Chile. Frecuent bus services to Chiclayo and Lima.
Distances to some cities from Trujillo:
- Cajamarca 182.7 miles (294 km), following the Pan-American Highway to the north 121 Km until the deviation toward Cajamarca.
- Chiclayo 128 miles (206 km) is following the Pan-American Highway to the North
- Lima 346 miles (557 km) is following the Pan-American Highway to the South.
- Ascope (Province of Ascope) 59 km (37 miles) / 45 minutes.
- Bolívar (Province de Bolívar) 382 km. (237 miles) / 24 hours.
- Chepén (Province of Chepén) 139 km. (86 miles) / 2 hours.
- Cascas (Province of Gran Chimú) 103 km. (64 miles) / 1 hour and 10 minutes.
- Julcán (Province of Julcan) 105 km. (65 miles) / 3 hours.
- Otuzco (Province of Otuzco) 75 km. (47 miles) / 2 hours.
- San Pedro de Lloc (Province of Pacasmayo) 82 km. (51 miles) / 1 hour.
- Tayabamba (Province of Pataz) 449 km. (279 miles) / 24 hours.
- Huamachuco (Province of Sanchez Carrion) 181 km. (112 miles) / 8 hours.
- Santiago de Chuco (Province of Santiago de Chuco) 183 km (114 miles) / 6 hours.
- Virú (Province of Virú) 46 km. (29 miles) / 45 minutes.
Trujillo has all the modern means of communication in telephony, mail, television, cable TV, fax, connections to Internet, courier services.