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If coming from another country into Peru (even from most destinations inside the country), it is almost certain that you will be flying into Lima's Jorge Chavez airport, which has recently been given a substantial make-over. The new mezzanine floor has a number of shops and cafes, plus a small amount of similar facilities the other side of the departure gates.
From here, taxis will be easy to find (indeed, they will find you), but some caution should be excercised. No cab will be metered, so know your exchange rates, and agree upon a price (preferably in Soles) before you more..
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