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Jorge Chavez Int’l Airport

Peru’s international airport

Lima airport

This is where you’ll likely arrive, as other airports in Peru have very limited international arrivals. Many international flights departing Lima are late at night, which leaves a lot of people with a few hours to kill around dinner time.

There is only one food court at the airport, which mostly has generic fast food. The only option for Peruvian food is Lucha Sangucheria Criolla (below).

Lima Airport Lucha Sangucheria Criolla

Near the Starbucks (before you go through security) is a post office so you can mail yourself things that didn’t go in your checked luggage but that you can’t get through security. Across from the post office is a lactation room “sala de lactancia.” After you go through security there are no other lactation rooms.

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Lima & The Central Coast


Text © Heather Jasper

Images by Heather Jasper