About Llata (huanuco)
Llata, also called by Peruvians as "Folk Capital of Huánuco", is the capital of Huamalíes, which is a province of Huánuco. Historians say that this word comes from the term "llacta", which comes from the quechua language and means "town" or "populated center."
Time of travel from Terminal Plaza Norte to Llata (huanuco)
A trip from Llata to the Plaza Norte terminal takes between 8 and 9 hours. To calculate a more accurate time, you can contact the bus company.
Climate of Llata (huanuco)
Llata has a cold temperature, so during the year there is an occasional heavy and freezing rain. The maximum temperature that Llata can reach is 16°C during September and it is not usual for it to go below 3°C. Therefore, we recommend to be prepared to withstand low temperatures.
Hotels in Llata (huanuco)
● La Kynta Hotel
- Services: This hotel of 4 floors is ideal if you're looking for a hotel near the center with an accessible price. It has a little garden for clients.
● San Juan Hotel
- Services: A good hotel, although a little bit small. Here you'll have spacious rooms that have tv.
Restaurants & Bars in Llata (huanuco)
● "Yungo's Polleria" Restaurant
- Services: Enjoy here the delicious pollo a la brasa as well as the barbecue.
● "Llawta Mikuy" Restaurant
- Services: It is a great place if you wanna try the pollo a la brasa, a traditional peruvian dish.
● "Pappa'z Restaurante, Fast Food y Polleria" Restaurant
- Services: Llata is well known for its pollo a la brasa, which is why you can't miss this great dish here.
The most tourist places in Llata (huanuco)
● Archaeological Complex of Tantamayo: Very close to Llata, it is a complex discovered in 1947 that was built by the Yarowilca culture. Its function, according to studies, is defense.
● Huarayragra: In this place we can find a lot of cave paintings.
● Anlay: If you are a fan of trekking, then this is your ideal place. Venture into the tunnels and refresh yourself in the Tambo and Aco rivers.
Important city dates of Llata (huanuco)
● Huánuco Foundation: It is held every August 15th. It is one of the most important dates in Huánuco as tourists travel there to be part of the celebration. Gastronomic competitions and fairs are held.
● Brotherhoods of Los Negritos: It is celebrated in the first twenty days of January. It is a day where the celebrations of the slaves are remembered, they had go out with chains and disguised with feathers.
How to move around Llata (huanuco)?
To move around in Llata, the tourist has 2 options: public bus, commonly regulated by the municipality or the authority in charge, or taxi, driven by a citizen who provides the service.
● Public bus: It is the most popular way of transporting within the city, as well as being very economical. The fare, also called a ticket, does not usually go up from S/5 per person. The public bus has different stops where it picks up passengers, so the trip can be a bit slow.
● Taxi: This is the fastest way of transport within the city. It does not have stops, so it goes straight to the desired destination. You can contact it on the avenue or by calling a company or through an application. The rate here is usually higher, usually exceeding S/10.
How to get to Llata (huanuco)?
● Llata by bus: It is possible to go to Llata by bus. From Lima, the time of travel by bus is of 9 hours approximately, but this may vary. You can ask the bus operator of your trust if they have this route.
● Llata by train: There is currently no direct route to Llata, so going to Llata by train is not yet possible.
● Laguna Parón by plane: There is currently no direct flight to Llata. However, you can take a flight to the city of Huánuco and take a bus from here to Llata.
Terminals in Terminal Plaza Norte and Llata (huanuco)
We currently do not have this information.
Operators of the route Terminal Plaza Norte to Llata (huanuco)
● Turismo Armonia.