Piura is the capital of the Piura Region in northwestern Piura. With a population of 377,496, Piura is the sixth largest city in Peru. Known for tourist attractions like La Esmeralda beach, also called Colan beach a very long beach with enticing warm waters. A favorite holiday spot for locals.
When you are planning a budget trip to Piura Airport, you'll want to find the best possible deals on airfare, hotel accommodations, and rental cars. If you have flexibility, you should definitely check out Skyscanner's cheapest month search to discover which time of the year is the least expensive to travel to Piura, Peru from your area.
About Piura Airport
Piura Airport, also called Captain Guillermo Concha Iberico International Airport, serves the northeastern area of Peru. In terms of overall traffic, Piura Airport is Peru's second busiest airport after Lima Airport and Cuzco airport. Each year, thousands of passengers utilize the airport which is located about 1.2 miles from Piura.
At the airport you will find all the usual amenities such as duty-free shopping for international travelers, restaurants, and snack counters. At the main terminal, you'll find the kiosks that will arrange airport transfers, taxis, and rental cars.
What airlines fly out of Piura Airport (PIU)?
Most of the major airlines use Piura Airport. Here is a list of a few of the regional economy airlines that you can book through Skyscanner to save money.
Cheapest Flights From the US to Piura Airport
Here are a few of the cheap flights we found from several US cities to Piura Airport. But remember, Skyscanner makes it easy to find the lowest airfare to Piura from your area, as well.
- Cheapest Flights to Piura from Miami - $846
- Cheapest Flights to Piura Airport from New York - $665
- Cheapest Flights to Piura Airport from Washington D.C.
- Cheapest Flights to Piura Airport from Los Angeles
How much does it cost to see Piura on a budget?
How much money will you need to budget for your trip to Piura? Eighteen dollars is the average daily amount you will spend while in Piura. The average price for food for one day is currently under $5.
Piura has an interesting history as it once served as the primary port through which the gold the gathered by the Spaniards from Inca land when it was shipped to Spain. Therefore, much of the culture today is influenced by folklore about hidden and lost treasure. It is the oldest Spanish city in South America.
World-class surfing on Piura's northern coast accounts for much of that region's tourism industry. In fact, Mancora beach is one of the premier surfing locations in the world.
Piura is home to the mestizo culture. It is known for locale dishes like Seco de Chavelo.