Puente Piedra is a district of the province of Lima. It owns its name to a stone that was used by the Incas to cross the swamps that existed in those times, stone that was used later during the viceroyalty by the merchants. During 1910, because the population weren't owners of the lands, they enter in a conflict with Tomás Marsano, who claimed the lands in order to creat a train. This, however, did not thrive and in 1922 the government fails in favor of the population.
Popular Bus Operators in Puente Piedra
There are a number of operators who provide valuable transport services in Puente Piedra. Every bus comes with neat and clean interiors. They also ensure that every passenger's comfort and safety is a top priority at all times. Some of the popular bus operators are:
- In Puente Piedra you can visit the Copacabana Estadium, located in the avenue of the same name. It is ideal for kids because it has many areas for football, recreation areas, horseback riding, a mini farm and a food court, among others. The entrance is free, but remember to go early because it can be full during the afternoons.
Best time to visit Puente Piedra
Puente Piedra is a nice place during the year, but if you really wanna enjoy your stay here then you should visit between mid December and mid March.
How can I know the bus operators that go to or from Puente Piedra?
In redBus, you can find that information in the section of Popular Bus Operators. There you’ll find the popular bus operators which we work with and that go to or from Puente Piedra.
Can I choose the type of bus with which I want to travel?
Of course you can! You’ll see the many options that the bus operators offer when you complete the search bar with your pick up point, destiny and onward date.
How can I buy my tickets to Puente Piedra with redBus?
The process is very easy. Go to the search bar and write Puente Piedra in the pick-up point or destination, then select your travel date and click the search button. redBus will show you the different options to travel, you just need to pick the bus operator of your preference, your schedule and buy!
Do I need to carry my tickets once I have bought it through the mobile app of redBus?
It is not necessary. When buying with redBus, a ticket in digital format will arrive in your inbox. The day of your travel, go to the terminal and search the counter of the bus operator, present the ticket we send you and the bus operator will give you another one.
What happens if the bus does not leave at the time my ticket dictates and / or is canceled?
These logistical problems and their solutions need to be consulted directly in the counter of the bus operator.
I forgot to buy my return ticket, where will I find counter that can help me?
The vast majority of terminals have an area for buying and selling tickets. There you can buy your return ticket with the company of your choice. You can also buy your return ticket through the redBus mobile app, it is easy, fast and you do not need to register. In addition, we accept various payment methods.
How many hours in advance should I buy my ticket?
This information varies depending of the policies of each bus operator and the number of seats available. Our recommendation is to buy your ticket two days in advance.
How many hours in advance should I be in Puente Piedra to change my e-ticket?
It is recommended to be with 1 hour in advance at the counter of Puente Piedra to be able to change your ticket of redBus for that of the bus operator.
Do I need to make an account on the redBus website to buy a bus ticket?
No, you do not need to make an account with redBus to book a ticket. But it is advisable to make an account to help speed up the buying process the next time you want to travel. Also, redBus offers a number of discounts and offers which you can easily access and use if you are registered.
How do I contact the customer service department of redBus, Peru?
If you need help with your purchase or if you have any questions about a particular bus operator or route, you can contact the redBus customer service department in Peru by dialing +51 642 1555 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org