The Chilca train station for Huancavelica is at the southern end of town. Unlike the Huancayo–Lima line, the run to Huancavelica is still very much a real passenger service, and very much recommended as an experienc…
Cars tout the run to Huancavelica from around the mini-triangle formed by Av Ferrocarril and Ancash. Rides are by colectivo (shared transportation), only leaving when four passengers have agreed to board.
Access Cochas Grande and Cochas Chico, where the famous burillados (carved gourds) are made, with these minibuses from outside Supermercado Plaza Vea.
Buses north to Huánuco (S40 to S50, six hours), Tingo María (S60, eight hours) and Pucallpa (S70, 16 hours). It also has an office in Terminal Los Andes.
The most luxurious Lima-bound buses, with between eight and 10 daily services. This is the booking office. Its bus station is located at Ferrocarril 151 (get a taxi there).
The recommended service for the seven-hour trip to Ayacucho with morning and night departures.
Train station for the monthly train to Lima on one of the world's highest railway lines.
Bus station for destinations further north in the Andes and for the central jungle.
Serves Tarma almost hourly and will stop at Jauja and Concepción, too.
Flies between Jauja and Lima.