From Lima
To Pisco
Trip Thursday 06 October

Lima to Pisco


Bus tickets from Lima to Pisco are being sold from PerúBus.

The bus travel from Lima and Pisco takes approximately about 4 hours.

The distance between Lima to Pisco is 300 kms and you can choose between the services Semi Cama; dependent on the bus company you travel with (PerúBus).

Information about the city Lima

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Departure times

Arequipa a Lima

Tepsa, Cromotex, Movil Bus

S/ 59

15:30 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30 22:00 22:30 23:00

Trujillo a Lima

Transportes Línea, Tepsa, Cromotex, Movil Bus

S/ 35

09:00 09:30 10:00 10:25 11:00 11:30 11:59 15:30 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30 22:00 22:30 23:00

Chiclayo a Lima

Transportes Línea, Tepsa, Movil Bus

S/ 70

16:00 16:30 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30 22:00 22:30 23:00

Cusco a Lima Tepsa, Cromotex, Movil Bus S/ 100 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30 22:00 22:30 23:00

Information about the city Pisco

Pisco is a small city located in the Ica Region of Peru, the capital of the Pisco Province. The city is around 9 metres (28 feet) above sea level. Pisco was founded in 1640,[2] close to the indigenous emplacement of the same name. Pisco originally prospered because of its nearby vineyards and became noted for its grape brandy or pisco[3] which used to be exported from its port.[4][5] Pisco has an estimated population of 133,926 (est. 2013).

Pisco is a Quechua word that means "bird." The area is often visited because of the concentration of marine animals and birds at the Paracas National Reserve, or the Peruvian Galápagos. At the reserve there are the Islas Ballestas, a collection of islands which are off limits to people, but boat tours can get close to. The Chincha Islands are also near its coast. Many bird species can be seen in the islands including pelicans, penguins, cormorants, Peruvian boobies, and Inca terns, as well as sea lions, turtles, dolphins, and whales.

Another attraction in the area is El Candelabro, a giant lamp dug in the rough sand in the method used by the creators of the Nazca Lines.

In the area where Pisco sits flourished one of the major ancient civilizations in Peru, the Paracas culture. Due to its ease of access, and its crossroads to the Andes the Spaniards may have considered making Pisco the capital, before they decided on Lima.

In the city is the Plaza de Armas, where people buy tejas, small sweets made from pecans and assorted dried fruits. Many different building that surround the Plaza are the statue of José de San Martín, the mansion he lived in, and the Municipal Palace. Other building in the city is the heavily baroque Iglesia de la Compañía, begun in 1689, features a superb carved pulpit and gold-leaf altarpiece.

Near the town, just off the road to Ayacucho, lies the large, well-preserved Inca site of Tambo Colorado.

The city of Pisco experiences hot arid climate, with warm temperatures and extremely low rainfall prevailing all year-round. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Pisco has a mild desert climate, abbreviated BWh on climate maps.[8] The average maximum temperature in the city is 23.7 °C (74.7 °F), ranging from a February peak of 27.7 °C (81.9 °F) to a July low of 20.2 °C (68.4 °F). The average minimum temperature in the city is 15.8 °C (60.4 °F), fluctuating from 19.5 °C (67.1 °F) to 12.9 °C (55.2 °F) in the months of February and August respectively. Rainfall is incredulously low; the average annual rainfall total amounts to a mere 1.5 mm (0.1 in).

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Vídeo de Pisco