Visas are generally not required for travelers entering Peru.
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Peru has a constant procession of flights and buses connecting the country. In particular, driving routes to the jungle have improved drastically. Note that poor weather conditions can result in canceled flights and buses. Strikes can be another obstacle in regional travel – consult travel experts on the routes you will be taking.
Public transportation in Peru is cheap, plentiful and frequent.
Light Rail Lima's Metropolitano offers efficient, fast service to downtown.
Train Expensive and geared toward tourists.
Car Useful for traveling at your own pace, though cities can be difficult to navigate and secure parking is a must.
Bus Cheapest option with reclining seats on better long-distance buses.
Taxi A good option for sightseeing, shared taxis are common in the provinces.