Convent of Santo Domingo, Koricancha - Fernando López
With so many daily flights from destinations all around the United States and Europe, it has never been easier to access Peru.
The country sits on the western coast of South America, bordered by Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile and the Pacific Ocean. The main port of entry into Peru is the capital of Lima, where you will fly into the Jorge Chavez International Airport.
- The main American airlines that serve Lima are American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue, and United. Also regional airlines such as LATAM, AVIANCA and Copa.
- From the U.S. travelers can get non-stop flights to Lima from Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Newark, New York, Houston and Orlando. Washington DC will be added to the network during mid-2016.
- There are also non-stop flights from Toronto with Air Canada Rouge.
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It is not necessary for tourists from North America to obtain a visa to travel to Peru. Only a valid passport is required. You will also receive a departure ticket which you must keep until you leave Peru. Before leaving the country visit the emigration office for an exit stamp.