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Av. Vicente De La Vega... -
Av. Del Ejercito 342
S/. 35 / 45
The route from Chiclayo to Trujillo is at a distance of 127 mi (204 km) and the travel can be made in about 3 hours by land. Oltursa is the transportation company that covers this route, providing bus tickets at s/. 35 (or s/. 45 if you choose more comfort). The buses leave from the terminal of Av. Vicente De La Vega, located in the central area of the city, at 3.50 a.m. The arrival will be to the terminal of Av. Del Ejército, next to the Plaza de Armas of Trujillo. The climate in Trujillo is warm, similar to other northern cities; but it’s warm and fresh, without a lot of rains throughout the year.
Chiclayo is the capital of the Lambayeque Province, and it’s considered a key location of the commercial activity betweeen the coast, the mountain and the jungle of the North. The Chiclayo lands have been the crib of the Mochica culture, which was developped between the 1st and 7th centuries A.D. That’s why the Lambayeque department is one of the destinations of ample attraction for the archaeological tourism. The busiest places of the city are: the Plaza de Armas, the cathedral and the basilica of San Antonio. Chiclayo has also a diverse fauna and flora, that you can discover in your route in the ecological reserve of Chaparri. If you are looking for relax under the scorching sun and a refreshing marine breeze, you have the beach Pimentel, at 15 minutes by taxi, that welcomes the traveller with a beautiful landscape, the port and the crowded beach. Don’t you miss the chance of making archaeological, cultural and summer tourism in the city of Chiclayo and surroundings.
Trujillo is a coastal and northern city, known as the “Eternal Spring City”, due to its warm and nice climate which is maintained the whole year. It’s located not far from Chan Chan, capital of the Chimú nation. Close to the city you can find numerous historical wonders and archaeological centers, legacy of more than 12 thousand years of antiquity, left by the main people that inhabited the region. The historic center of Trujillo is placed inside the area that was fortified during the colonial period, and that’s why some constructions are still preserved; among them, some stand out: the Cathedral, the Archbishop’s Palace and the Monastery El Carmen.