The airport is officially called Captain FAP Carlos Martinez de Pinillos International Airport and is located 11 kilometers from the city. Visitors to Trujillo usually come to see the famous pre-Columbian sites. On one side is Chan Chan, the capital of the Chimu Empire, and probably the largest adobe city in the world.
It is also worth seeing the temples of the sun and the moon in the Moche Valley. In the latter, colorful murals are still preserved. But also in terms of water sports Trujillo is recommended: the place Huanchaco is right next to the city and is the surf most popular by surfers. Otherwise, it is worth visiting the city and see what the calendar of events has to offer, because Trujillo is one of the cities with the greatest cultural interest in Peru.