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Traveling by bus in Peru can be a challenge but here are 2 good bus companies with good safety records and customer service and modern fleet of buses

Here is a short list of bus and taxi prices between some of the most popular districts in Lima, Peru, like San Borja, Miraflores and, Lince. Please remember these prices are not fixed at all but a daily recount of my experiences in Lima. Also be aware that for tourists the prices can be a …

Here are some bus and taxi fares, mostly from Lince, which is the place where I rent everytime I go to Lima and Miraflores. Of course fares change frequently and taxis at least, are very subjective.

Traffic has always been a problem for many streets in Lima, Peru. The fact that the majority of buses, micros, combis and taxis stop anywhere they want to pick up passengers slows the flow of traffic. One of the few municipalities trying to improve traffic is the Municipality of Miraflores. Starting July 1st, 2009, there …

This is the second part of tips about public transportation in Lima, Peru. If you want to read the original article, go to 10 Tips about Public Transportation Part 1. Always remember visiting Peru is like visiting any other country or even your own country, there will be areas and things that you should not …

Public transportation in Lima consists primarily of buses, micros (minibus or microbus) and combis (small vans usually painted white with capacity for up to 20 people). This overwhelming vehicular fleet is omnipresent in Lima’s streets and mastering its secrets is a discipline based on trial and error. Lima in my personal opinion is not rental-car …