Travel by bus from Nazca to Arequipa in the most comfortable and economic way, and with the added advantage and safety of booking online through Tickets Bolivia. Arequipa is one of the most beautiful and important cities in Peru, known for its colonial architecture and its exquisite food. Nazca, on the other hand, is a city known for the Lines of Nazca, created thousands of years ago by the pre-inca culture of the same name. The lines make up drawings on the ground that are so large they can only be seen from the sky.
The distance between the cities is 568 km. In order to travel by bus from Nazca to Arequipa you must tale a bus at the Terminal in Nazca. The buses leave at 22:00 and the trip takes around 10 hours. The buses arrive in Arequipa at the bus terminal located on Arturo Ibañez St.
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Nazca to Arequipa Bus Timetable
Cruz del Sur
Cruz del Sur
TRAVEL OPTIONS FROM NAZCA TO AREQUIPA
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Direct trip: You can travel directly from Nazca to Arequipa. Buses leave Nazca at 10:20pm. The bus company that offers this service is: Cruz del Sur (semi-bed and sleeper buses).
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SOME TOURISTIC INFORMATION THAT CAN BE OF INTEREST
Walking Tour of the City: From the Plaza de Armas in the center of Arequipa, you can take a walking tour of the city with daily departures at 10:00am and 3:00pm. Tour is free but does not include tip.
Plaza de Armas: The Plaza is surrounded by classic colonial buildings making it part of UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List. Cafes and restaurants are tucked away amongst the arches, perfect for an afternoon coffee.
Yanahuara: The Yanahuara view-point is one of the best places to have a good view of Arequipa. It is about a 30-minute walk from the center of town and gives you a lovely view of the city.
Alpaca World: Alpaca World is the place to go if you want to learn about this animal. Free entrance.
Santa Catalina Monastery: The beautiful Santa Catalina Monastery was built in the 16th century. Girls as young as 12 were sent here to be nuns by their families. And lived out the rest of their lives inside its walls.
Food: The food in Arequipa is some of the best in South America. You can find food from authentic Peruvian cuisine to burgers and locally brewed craft beers.
Accommodation: There are over 150 hotels in Arequipa ranging from $20-$180 and plenty of hostels for smaller budgets.