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Barranca to Lima Bus Service

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Barranca to Lima Bus Distance

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Barranca to Lima Bus Timings & Fare

Bus Operator First Bus Last Bus Duration  
Turismo Barranca 04:00 19:00 3 hrs 30 mins
Instabus 01:55 18:55 4 hrs 35 mins
Norte Chico Barranca 06:00 19:05 4 hrs 47 mins
Latham 00:44 23:29 2 hrs 50 mins

Travel by Bus from Barranca to Lima

The road journey from Barranca to Lima is pleasant and relaxing. At redBus, we work with different bus companies that operate on this route with well-maintained buses and experienced drivers. Although the travel time varies from one bus operator to another because of traffic and climatic conditions, our continuous availability of bus services between Barranca and Lima reduces uncertainty and offers convenience for travelers.

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    About Barranca

    Barranca is a port town located two hours away from Lima. It is a modern city with over 65 000 residents, and is an important trade hub for the country. During the past century Barranca, as many other coastal cites, was home to "haciendas" dedicated to the production of sugar, and mostly employed slaves for this work. Today, Barranca is well known for its beaches, which make it an atractive tourist destination during the summer. Recently, the archeological complex of Caral was discovered near Barranca, and is now believed to be the oldest remains of civilization in all Latin America.

    About Lima

    Lima is the capital and the largest city of Peru and one of the most important in South America. It has been declared a Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Its name comes from the Quechua "Limac" which means "the one who speaks." It’s considered the commercial, financial, cultural and political center of the country. In the global rank, this city is one of the most populated cities in Latin America and the Caribbean.

    Lima Weather

    In Lima the climate is humid. With a warm season from December to March and a cool, humid and cloudy season from June to October. May and November are transitional months. On summer the average temperature is 25 °C. During winter the average temperature fluctuates between 12° C and 15° C.

    Hotels in Lima

    Lima has a variety of lodgings, luxury hotels and hostels for backpackers. There is a great diversity of hotels in all the districts from the city. However, the most popular are usually found in the districts of Miraflores or San Isidro. The prices are adapted to any budget.

    Restaurantes & Bars in Lima

    Lima has been named "Gastronomic Capital of Latin America" . There are many alternatives to taste the delicious Peruvian food. From the most sophisticated, which includes Novo-Andean food, restaurants specializing in fish and seafood and Creole food, to the corners in small places, also known as huariques. While meal prices can vary, depending on location and sophistication, you can find something that fits your budget and needs.

    The most tourist places in Lima

    ● La Basílica Catedral Metropolitana de Lima, his is the main church of Peru, located in the historic centre. Set on the front facade are sculptures of the Apostles and in the middle, the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

    ● Plaza de Armas de Lima: Located in the Historic Centre of Lima, It is surrounded by the Government Palace, Cathedral of Lima, Archbishop's Palace of Lima and the Municipal Palace.
    ● Barranco, Barranco, This bohemian district is filled with street art. The buildings are bright and colorful. You must go to Puente de los Suspiros (the Bridge of Sighs) One of the most romantic places in Lima.
    .● El Malecón Cisneros en Miraflores: Walk along the pathway, since “El Faro de la Marina” (the Marina Lighthouse) to “El parque del Amor” (the Love Park) where you can see a big monument called “El beso” (The kiss). Even, if you are looking for adventure, you can fly in paragliding.
    ● Monumental Callao: Callao, These neighborhood streets are full of colors. You can walk through the graffiti’s wall for yourself, or you can take a tour and look at the exhibitions and artistic spaces.

    Important dates in Lima

    ● January 18 – Lima anniversary, the foundation of Lima is celebrated, the municipality organizes activities throughout the city. Singers and artists offering free concerts in the Plaza de Armas.
    ● July 28 - Independence Day, The great Military Parade of Peru is held by members of the Peruvian Armed Forces and the National Police of Peru and is presided over by the President of Peru. Another places from the city are filled with parades and will be holding traditional dances, music and serving all sorts of food and drinks. There are also another cultural activities.
    ● October 18 - Señor de los Milagros day, This religious procession is one of the oldest Catholic traditions in Peru, and is one of the largest processions in the world.
    ● October 31 - Día de la Canción Criolla (Criolla Music Day): Is a celebration of Peruvian music. Criolla Music is a Peruvian genre of music which blends mainly African, Spanish and Andean influences. The most popular style is the marinera. Other genres are the peruvian waltz, festejo, tondero, landó, polka, zamacueca, among other traditional dances.

    How to move around Lima?

    To get around in the city of Lima, the tourist has 4 options: the public bus, corridor buses, metropolitan, the Lima metro or taxi service:
    ● The public bus, This is the cheapest way of getting around, the prices vary from s /. 1 to s /. 6. You must have change in your pockets. They have multiple bus stops, so the travel time take longer.
    ● Corridor buses: For getting around Lima on these buses you should have at least a slight idea about some of the main roads in town. Each bus has a sign above the windscreen indicating the starting point and the final stop of its route.
    ● Metropolitano: Is a public transport system. The route connects Chorrillos in the south via Barranco, Miraflores, San Isidro and Lince with the City Center and further with Independencia and Comas in the north. Here you can purchase an electronic card named “Lima Pass” at a dispensing machine worth S/. 5. At the same machine your card can be recharged. Fare is S/. 2.50.
    ● Metro de Lima: It starts (or ends) in Villa El Salvador and runs along 8 stations to the city center. From there Lima's Metro continues all the way up to San Juan de Lurigancho. You pay for your ride with a rechargeable, electronic card. The so called "tarjeta" can be purchased for S/. 5 and recharged at every station. The ticket price is S/. 1.50 for adults no matter how many stations you go
    ● Taxi: This is the easy way of getting around. Lima’s taxis doesn’t have meters, so negotiate fares before getting in. Fares vary depending on the length of the journey, traffic conditions, time of day (evening is more expensive). Registered taxis or taxis hailed outside a tourist attraction charge higher rates.

    How to reach Lima?

    Lima by bus: The distance is 175 km and the journey takes 3 to 4 hours.

    Gastronomy in Lima

    Here are some dishes you must try while in Lima:

    - Ceviche.
    - Causa Limeña.
    -Lomo Saltado.
    - Anticuchos con pancita y rachi.
    -Pollo a la Brasa.
    - Suspiro a la Limeña.
    -Pisco Sour.

    Things to buy in Lima

    Here are some Peruvian souvenirs you can buy while you're in Lima
    - Pucará Bulls
    - Peruvian jewerly
    - Chullos
    - Retablos

    Lima Facts

    Lima has a population of almost 9 million. The urban area covers about 800 km2. Lima is the third largest city in the Americas. It was founded on January 18, 1535 and at the time of the viceroyalty it was known as "The City of the Kings."

    Barranca and Lima Terminals

    Departure Terminals

    ● La Victoria Terminal (Av. Bausate y Meza)
    ● La Victoria Terminal (Av. Paseo de la República).
    ● Terminal Plaza Norte.

    Arrival Terminals

    Terminal de Llegada
    ● Terminal Barranca

    Bus operators of the route Barranca to Lima

    ● Movil Bus
    ● Nuevo Turismo Barranca
    ● Trans Sol Barranca
    ● Turismo Cavassa
    ● Turismo Paramonga

    In conclusion:

    Lima reflect the tradition of the Peruvian culture. Here you can visit the museums, walk through the historic center, visit the archaeological centers and enjoy the nights in the bars. The country and the city has just been recognised as the “world’s leading culinary destination” so you can´t miss the chance to taste the food.


    How can I buy my bus ticket online in Peru?

    You can purchase a ticket for the bus of your choice to any destination in Peru by logging in to the official redBus site which is . This website is easy to use and you can buy your bus ticket in a matter of minutes.

    How do I buy a bus ticket from Barranca from Lima?

    You can visit one of the terminals in Barranca and visit the counter of the bus company of your choice, wait your turn in the attention queue, select the seat you want and buy your ticket. But if you prefer to avoid all that, you can simply enter and buy your bus ticket online in just 5 minutes and with the comfort of your home or office.

    Should I print my bus ticket before boarding?

    Yes, you must print it out before boarding, remember that all passengers will have to print their bus ticket that was sent to their email in PDF format and then be exchanged for a physical ticket at the counter of the bus company with which you are going to make the trip.

    Can I reschedule my trip after buying my ticket?

    Yes, you can, but this feature is limited to only a few bus companies in Peru. Please contact the bus company of your choice if you need to make any changes.

    How can I pay for my bus fare on the redBus Web site?

    At redBus we have several payment methods that we offer our customers. The most common for most of them are credit cards but you can check all of them on the home page of the site

    Are there special offers or discounts in redbus for the route of Barranca to Lima?

    In order to make your trip cheaper, redBus offers different discounts, which you can find out here:

    What is the distance between Barranca and Lima?

    The distance is 175 km

    How long does it take to go from Barranca to Lima?

    The distance is 3 or 4 hours

    How many departures are there from Barranca to Lima?

    In Red Bus, There's a variety of departures wich depemds on the season.

    Which bus companies offer the route Barranca to Lima?

    You can travel through these companies: Móvil Bus, Trans Sol Barranca, Nuevo Turismo Barranca, Turismo Cavassa, Turismo Paramonga.

    Which bus companies have the most departures for the Barranca to Lima?

    The companies and departures depends on the season.

    From which bus terminals can I travel from Barranca to Lima?

    The terminals are:● Móvil Bus Av Paseo de la República 749● Nuevo Turismo Barranca Av. Bausate y Meza 680● Trans Sol Barranca Jr. García Naranjo Nº 650● Turismo Cavassa Av. Paseo de la República 857● Turismo Paramonga Javier Luna Pizarro 251

    Barranca to Lima Route

    Measures against COVID-19 on the Barranca to Lima route

    To ease the impact of COVID-19, every passenger should:

    • Not forget the Declaracion Jurada! Without this document, you won't be able to access the bus. You can download it through these links:

    For passengers

    For passengers over 65

    For passengers under 14

    • Always wear your mask. Also, carry a spare one in case of emergency, and hand sanitizer.
    • Take only the necessary luggage.

    You will find more information here.

    Security measures against Coronavirus for tourists in Lima

    On your trip to Lima, consider this:

    - The curfew is from Monday to Sunday. Also, starts at 23:00 and finishes at 04:00 the next day.

    - The transit of private vehicles is forbidden on Sundays.

    If you are planning to visit Lima's beaches, remember:

    - The entry to the beaches is only from Mondays to Thursdays.

    - You can only enter the beaches with water. Food or any other beverage is forbidden.

    - The entry to the beach on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays are only for sports without contact like surf.

    If visiting Los Pantanos de Villa, keep in mind:

    - Tours are only in groups of 7, including the guide.

    - You can get the tickets via Whatsapp (+51 987 666 656).

    - Respect the established circuit by the guides, to avoid crowds of tourists.

    - Remember to always use the cleanliness supplies given by the Tourism Agency.

    - Never take off your mask during the tour. Also, you should always maintain a distance of 1 meter or more from other tourists.

    To find additional information click here.

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