Terminal Internacional de Buses, one of Arica's two main bus terminals and next door to Terminal Rodoviario de Arica, handles international and some regional destinations. The area is notorious for petty thievery, s…
This airport is 18km north of Arica, near the Peruvian border. Santiago-bound passengers should sit on the left side of the plane for awesome views of the Andes and the interminable brownness of the Atacama Desert.
Trains to Tacna (CH$3800, 1½ hours) depart at 9am and 7:15pm every day. Remember to set your clock back: there's a one-hour time difference in Peru.
LATAM has direct daily flights to Santiago (from CH$46,000, 2½ hours).
Offers the usual array of tours; also provides airport transfers.
Sky has flights to Santiago (around CH$40,000).
At the airport.