What are the formalities to enter for a trip in Peru?What are the formalities to enter for a trip in Peru?

What are the formalities to enter for a trip in Peru?

Entry formalities – Visa and passport

Visa and passport

-    Formalities

The obtention of a Visa isn’t necessary to enter in the Peruvian floor, your passport must be application at least 6 month after the release date.
The entry stamp affixed on your passport allow you to a maximum stay of 160 days in Peru, most of the time, they will give you an authorization of 30 days.
You can extend it by paying 1 dollar per day to the offices of Migration of Lima, Arequipa or Puno.
These information can change, for particular cases or information we can put you through your travel advisor.

Embassy and consulate of Peru  

Embassy of Peru in France
50 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris
N°: 01 53 70 42 00, Fax : 01 47 55 98 30
Consulate, 102 Avenue des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris
N° 01 42 89 30 13

Embassy of Peru in Belgium
Avenue de Tervueren, 179, Bruxelles 1150.
N°: 02-733-33-19.

Embassy of Peru in Sweden
Chancellerie, Thunstrasse 36, 3005 Berne.
N°: 031-351-85-55

Embassy of Peru in Canada
550 Sherbrooke Ouest Street, Office 970, Montréal
Québec H3A-1B9
N°: (514) 844-5123 / 844-4998

Embassy of Peru in USA
1700 Massachusetts Ave., N.W
Washington D.C. 20036
N°: (202) 833-9860 to 9869

Embassy and consulate in Peru  

French embassy in Peru
Calle Arequipa 3415
San Isidro, Lima
N°: 01 221 7837, Fax: 01 221 7177

Embassy of Canada in Peru
Calle Bolognesi 228,
Miraflores, Lima
N°: 01 319 3200

Embassy of Belgium in Peru
Avenida Angamos Oeste 380
Miraflores, Lima
N°: 01 241 75 66

Embassy of Sweden in Peru
Avenida Salaverry 3240
San Isidro, Lima
N°: +5112640305

Embassy of USA in Peru
Avenida La Encalada cdra. 17 s/n
Surco, Lima
N°: +5116182000

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