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About Civa

Civa is one of the main bus companies in Peru. Founded in the Piura in 1971, initially covering the route Piura and Huancabamba as its only itinerary. It started with small trucks that were gradually changing to buses due to the high demand that it began to have since it already covered more routes throughout Peru. Currently, Civa is one of the bus operators that has a wider coverage of the country, as it covers destinations in the northern area such as Tumbes, on the border with Ecuador to the southern regions such as Tacna bordering on the border with Chile. Throughout this territory, it manages to reach destinations such as Trujillo, Chiclayo, Mancora, Ayacucho, Piura, Chachapoyas, Moyobamba, Tarapoto, Puno, Cusco, Puerto Maldonado, and of course Lima, among many others.

Top Bus Routes From Lima

RouteFirst BusLast Bus
Lima to Terminal Nazca10:3020:30BOOK NOW
Lima to Nazca10:3020:30BOOK NOW
Lima to Agencia Huaura13:0019:53BOOK NOW
Lima to Huaura13:0019:53BOOK NOW
Lima to Av. Loreto15:0019:53BOOK NOW

Top Bus Routes To Lima

RouteFirst BusLast Bus
Piura to Lima16:0018:45BOOK NOW
Av. Loreto to Lima16:0018:45BOOK NOW
La Victoria to Lima10:3021:00BOOK NOW
Huaura to Lima04:4723:52BOOK NOW
Agencia Huaura to Lima04:4723:52BOOK NOW

Agencias de Civa en Lima


● Dirección: Av. 28 de Julio N° 1145 - La Victoria.


● Dirección: Jr. Montevideo 508, La Victoria.


● Dirección: Panamericana Sur KM. 1130 San Juan de Miraflores Stand 31.


● Dirección: Av. Javier Prado Este N°1155 - La Victoria.


● Dirección: Av. Gerardo Unger N° 6917 Interior LB39, LB40, LB41, LB42, Indepedencia

Amenities of Civa in Lima

Civa’s fleet is very varied, all offering air conditioning, onboard TV, and two bathrooms, one for women and one for men. Additionally, there are double-decker buses with bed seats that recline at 160° on the first level and semi-bed seats on the second. Civa buses also include Wi-Fi and a variety of meals and an onboard host, all this depending on the bus model.

Civa Telephone numbers in Lima

▶ 28 DE JULIO TERMINAL - Telephone: (01) 418-1111

▶ ZAVALA POINT OF SALE - Telephone: (01) 285-649

▶ ATOCONGO TERMINAL - Telephone: (01) 274-5944

▶ JAVIER PRADO TERMINAL - Telephone: 989 319 540.

▶ PLAZA NORTE TERMINAL - Telephone: (01) 410-6200.

Civa Mail addresses

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Principal Destinations from Civa in Lima

1. Lima - Trujillo

Civa has many options that fit every user's need.

2. Lima - Huaraz

On Civa, you will find many daily departures to Huaraz.

3. Lima - Cajamarca

You can travel from Lima to Cajamarca in Civa, with all the amenities to make your trip relaxing.

4. Lima - Máncora

Mancora is a very popular destination due to its beautiful beaches.

5. Lima - Chiclayo

Lima to Chiclayo is a very popular route. Therefore, Civa offers many daily departures.

6. Lima - Ica

On a short trip, you can travel to Ica with Civa.


Q: How long in advance can bus tickets be purchased?
A: There is no specific date since times vary from one bus operator to another. Bus tickets are booked on average between one or two weeks before the trip, although there are some bus operators that allow bus tickets to be purchased months in advance.
Q: Is it safe to buy bus tickets online?
A: Buying an online ticket is a very safe activity. The data protection policy makes transactions successful and the information handled does not fall into the hands of third parties.
Q: Do ticket prices increase during high seasons?
A: Not all bus operators do it, in fact, some maintain the same value throughout the year. However, most of them change their rates according to the season of the year and the number of travelers.
Q: How much luggage can a passenger carry?
A: There are bus operators that handle specific measures and others that don’t, but generally, they all agree in a piece of luggage per passenger and that it must go in the trunk. In the upper part, a small backpack is allowed.
Q: What are Civa opening hours in Lima?
A: The attention hours are from 6:00 to 22:00.
Q: What are Civa's phone numbers in Lima?
A: ▶ 28 DE JULIO TERMINAL - Telephone: (01) 418-1111 ▶ ZAVALA POINT OF SALE - Telephone: (01) 285-649 ▶ ATOCONGO TERMINAL - Telephone: (01) 274-5944 ▶ JAVIER PRADO TERMINAL - Telephone: 989 319 540. ▶ PLAZA NORTE TERMINAL - Telephone: (01) 410-6200.

About Lima

"The City of Kings", as Lima is known, was founded in 1535 by Francisco Pizarro and became the center of Spanish power in Peru, during the colonial period. The urban planning of Lima is one of the colonial models in South America. Lima is known for its social, economical, and cultural growth and stands out as the cultural center of Latin America; besides that, Lima is the home of San Marcos National University, the most ancient form of America, founded in 1551. Lima is famous for being the viceroyalty capital of Peru and one of the cities most important of South America in the Spanish regime period; after its independence in 1821, the city became the republic's capital. Before this period, the Baroque and Neoclassical style took the power on the streets, impregnating those architectural styles in the main constructions. The capital counts a high variety of tourist attractions that combine history and modernity, as you can see at the Historical Center. Another strong point of Lima is the food, there are many restaurants from the 3 Peruvian regions where you can live a complete gastronomical experience, given that the population is multicultural and mostly migrant. Live Peru from one of its corners, and enjoy tasting the culture that Peru offers you!

How to reach Lima?

● Lima by bus: You can reach the city of Lima by bus, time and distance will depend on the place of departure. As is the capital of Peru, almost all destinations have an exit here, so it will not be hard to find a bus.

● Lima by train: There is currently no direct route to Lima, so going to Lima by train is not yet possible.

● Lima by plane: Arriving in Lima by plane is possible because the capital has the Jorge Chavez International Airport. Of course, to travel to Lima by plane you must start from a destination that has an airport too.

The most tourist places in Lima

● The Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Lima and Primada del Perú is the Main Church of Peru. Its facade is Renaissance and its tall towers with slate Spiers are neoclassical.

● Miraflores with its parks and its beautiful view of the sea is the district with the most tourist attraction for renowned figures from the country and abroad. A district that, in addition to being beautiful, knew of great battles such as the one that occurred during the War of the Pacific on January 15, 1881.

● Plaza de Armas de Lima: Declared a World Heritage Site in 1991, it is one of the main parks in the city of Lima. It is located in the Historic Center and around it you can find the Cathedral of Lima and the Government Palace of Peru. It was here that San Martín proclaimed the country's independence in 1821, hence its importance also lies. Its planning was an order of King Carlos I of Spain in 1523.

Boarding Points in Lima

Mentioned below are some of the boarding points in Lima that help commuters to opt for the most convenient location. Please note that these pick-up points vary from one operator to another.

  • La Victoria
  • Terminal Atocongo
  • Terminal Plaza Norte
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Bus Amenities

Reclining seatNo
Hand Sanitisers ProvidedNo
Charging PointNo
Reading LightNo
Water BottleNo