Flights to Peru
What to know before you fly to Peru?
Images of the lost Inca city of Machu Picchu have been indelibly linked to Peru – after all, it is one of South America's most famous sites. Peru is a haven for adventure travellers who like their mountains high, jungle thick, rivers wide and treasures buried. Once you've trekked through the Andes and admired the condors gliding above and taken a slow boat down an Amazon river, life is never quite the same. There are sand dunes to wander, beaches to enjoy and seals languishing in the Pacific to spot. Most visitors land in Lima, a city of about 8 million. There are samples of pre-Hispanic and colonial architecture, night clubs awash with Peruvian beats and Miraflores – with its hotels, restaurants, shops and parks – is the area attracting most tourists. If you spend much time here you may uncover the hidden museums and galleries, the stuffed-to-the hilt bookstores and out-of-the-way private golf courses.
Airports in Peru
Flights from Australia to Peru will disembark at Lima (LIM) airport.