Jorge Chavez International Airport
Located 16 km (9 miles) northwest of the city of Lima, it is the main air terminal in Peru and concentrates the vast majority of flights in the country. Its strategic location in the middle of the west coast of South America has made it an important hub of the subcontinent. It operates with destinations throughout America and some countries in Europe. It has a bank, ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, post office, VIP lounges, mobile phone service and Wi-Fi access free of charge the first hour. It has restaurants, fast food stores, coffee shops and bars on both levels of the terminal, which is mostly open 24 hours a day. There is a shop with tax-free items in the international sector as well as shops for souvenirs, handicrafts, fashion, accessories, magazines and newspapers, books, electronics, jewelry, candy, music. The Airport Express Lima bus service provides transfers to and from the tourist center of Lima, the Miraflores district every 30-60 minutes.