Cheap Flights to Peru

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How much do things cost in Peru?
Cappuccino USD 2.51
Oranges (1kg) USD 1.51
Water bottle (1.5 liter) USD 0.93
Milk (1 liter) USD 1.37
One-way ticket (local transport) USD 0.45
1 Pair of men leather shoes USD 73.78
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) USD 7.88
1 Summer dress in a chain store USD 45.52
Apartment (1 bedroom) outside of centre USD 255.71
Apples (1kg) USD 1.86
* All price are converted to USD

About Peru

With cheap flights to Peru, you'll be able to travel to an astonishing South American country bordered by Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, Bolivia and Chile and which was home to the legendary Incan Empire, the legend of El Dorado and one of the most oft traveled to destinations in the world, Machu Picchu. Whether your goal is to see major archaeological sites or lay out at Mancora beach resorts of Peru, it's a country that offers something for everyone.

With airline tickets to Peru, you can experience its capital city of Peru, and home to 9 million people. Visit Plaza de Armas, the spot where Francisco Pizarro founded Lima in 1535, and the middle of the historical district. Then there's the Magic Water Circuit show, where 13 fountains move in time with lights, sound and laser. The Church of San Francisco dates to the 1600's and has an interesting museum as well as around 75,000 of Limas first residents buried in its crypts. You can see Pre-Incan ruins at the Pachacamac, which was a huge city built from clay in 200 A.D., and only about 15 minutes away from Lima.

A UNESCO World Heritage site and the crown jewel of Peru, cheap flights to Peru will allow you to experience Mach Picchu-a site not to be missed. Take the Inca Trail, a rugged mountain 2-4 day trek or the train to Machu Picchu. With the Incan Trail you'll be privy to some addition views of Machu Picchu, as well as get to see the Caretakers Hut, the Sun Gate, the Sayacmarca and Winawayna, which some people rate as even more impressive than Machu Picchu. Be sure to see the Temple of the Sun, The Temple of Three Windows and the Sacred Plaza as well as the Temple of the Moon. Enjoy this once in a lifetime experience!

Cusco is another UNESCO World Heritage site, and home to fabulous Incan ruins like Qorikancha, Cusco's main religious center-dedicated to the Temple of the Sun, once covered in gold and silver and now home to exquisite Incan architecture which has lasted the ages. There's also Q'enuo, a site of ancient ritual, which was most likely used for sacrifice and worship as well as an observatory. View Sacsayhuaman, which was an Incan fortress made with absolutely no mortar as well as the baroque, Gothic and Renaissance influences of the conquistador era Cusco Cathedral. To see Cusco, purchase flights to Peru, and relive the glory of the Incan empire.

Puno is a great place to travel to, when you're thinking about booking cheap flights to Peru, and home to Lake Titicaca and the floating islands, where the Incans believe the world began. Lake Titicaca is the highest commercially accessible lake, with sites to check out like Sillustani Burial Towers, where ancient Incan kings were laid to rest.

Mancora is a great place to go to relax at Peru's most famous beach resort, so lay back relax, and enjoy life at the beach. The beaches here are perfect for resting, water sports and horseback riding on the beach, even though the water is a little on the rough side for swimming. It's also famous for its all night parties and fabulous night life. Order cheap tickets to Peru and hotels in Peru, and you too can enjoy this Mancora beach experience!

Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to Peru, so if you're thinking the prices on flights to Arequipa look a little steep, don't forget to search our site. Areuipa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and known as the "White City of Peru." It's a great colonial city with a canyon twice as deep as the Grand Canyon, Colca Canyon. It has a great volcano trek here at El Misti volcano if you're the outdoor type. The main center of town has cool old white colonial buildings from the 1800's, and even a fully operational monastery, Santa Catalina Monastery, which dates back to the 1500's, which you can explore.

Information about travelling to Peru

  • Energy generated from Peru
    Fossil fuels 60%
    Nuclear fuels 0%
    Hydroelectricity 39%
    Other renewable sources 0%
  • The capital city of Peru
  • Ethnic groups of Peru
    Amerindian 45%
    mestizo 37%
    white 15%
    and other 3%
  • Cellphone owners in Peru
    29.4 million (36th)
  • Area of Peru
    1 285 216 km² (20th)
  • Languages of Peru
    Spanish (official) 84.1%
    Quechua (official) 13%
    Aymara (official) 1.7%
    Ashaninka 0.3%
    other native languages 0.7%
    other 0.2%