Getting to Lima:
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From Lima you can arrive in 3 ways:
By plane: You can take commercial airplanes from Lima with the company LC BUSRE. The trip takes about forty to fifty minutes. You can see prices and itineraries at:
By train: The railroad from Lima to Huancayo is the highest in the world. You cross the Andean mountain range from west to east. They only provide a touristic service. You can see prices and itineraries at :
By bus: The best way to get to Huancayo is with private buses. The trip lasts approximately six hours and the prices vary, depending on the company that you choose. We recommend Cruz del Sur. To see more information visit:
Keep us informed about your trip, schedule, and form of arrival, so we can wait for you. Before you arrive be sure to send us the following information:
Details of your flight, train, or bus, depending on your choice of travel (number, company, date, and hour of arrival)
A clear photo, in order to recognize you easily
Pick up and Transport
Expand Peru can organize your arrival to Huancayo.
Price/person: 80.00 USD
Reception at the Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima
Travel to comfortable sleeping accommodations in the Miraflores district of Lima
One night lodging in a private room
Travel to the bus station
Outgoing ticket to Huancayo with a private bus company
Reception and travel to housing in Huancayo