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Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedAugust 07, 201912310100
After the absolutely amazing and typical Peruvian inauguration ceremony yesterday, the Pan American Games 2019 in Lima are in full swing. To facilitate a quick and smooth transport for the 6,7000 athletes, numerous officials and others involved in the Games through Lima’s usually congested streets, several traffic restrictions have been implemented.
TomTom, the Dutch multinational developer and creator of navigation technology and consumer electronics, released the TomTom Traffic Index 2018 which provides statistics and information about congestion levels in 403 cities across 56 countries on 6 continents. And the Peruvian capital Lima is among the top 3 worst congested cities in the world.
Visitors who come to Peru as tourists or on any other short-term temporary visa can drive with their national driver’s license in Peru for up to 183 days. To be prepared for all eventualities it is however recommended to apply for an international driving license in your home country before visiting Peru, this way avoiding language barriers and discussions...
Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedNovember 28, 201731060500
Traffic in Lima is horrendous; parking spaces are scarce. To encourage people to leave their car at home and think about alternative means of transport, the district of San Isidro in Lima launched a new public bus service called MiBus.
Yesterday afternoon a relaxing and fun Sunday trip ended in tragedy. Shortly before 05.00 pm a tour bus crashed in Lima’s district Rimac and plunged down 10m leaving at least 9 passengers dead and more than 30 injured.
Peru Advice & Security Series Part 6SunflowerUpdatedMarch 26, 2019184750100
Lima, with nearly 10 million inhabitants the largest city in Peru, can be quite a challenge, especially for visitors not familiar with the capital. This combined with the warnings and sometimes unfounded horror scenarios visitors keep hearing, unfortunately often results in instinctive extreme wariness and uncertainty.