Day 1: Lima
Transfer in – hotel accommodation.
Day 2: Lima
City tour of colonial old town and modern Lima including visits to the Government Palace, Town hall, Cathedral, Monastery of San Francisco, the most spectacular of Lima’s colonial-era churches. Limas’s cuisine is considered as one of the world’s best and most diverse.
Day 3: Lima-Cuzco
City tour of Cuzco that includes the Plaza de Armas, Cuzco’s main square; the Cathedral, its extremely sober renaissance façade contrast with the baroque and plateresque style of its interior, and Koricancha, a famous temple dedicated to the sun.
Then visit to the nearby remains: Kenko, ancient ceremonial center dedicated to the earth, Puca Pucara, administrative and military center, Tambomachay, important place of worship dedicated to the water, and Sacsayhuaman, a cyclopean fortress built for the defense of Cuzco.
Day 4: Cuzco -Machu Picchu –Cuzco
Depart Cuzco with train Vistadome (time and departure train station might change, it is subject to availability when doing the reservations). Arrive in Aguas Calientes station and transfer to Machu Picchu by bus.
Guided visit of the citadel which is totally built of stone blocks, fitted with masterful precision. This fabulous city has houses, temples, warehouses, a large central square, all connected by narrow roads and steps. Lunch at a restaurant next to the citadel.
Depart Aguas Calientes with train (time and departure train station might change it is subject to availability when booking your reservations). Hotel accommodation.
Day 5: Cuzco-Lima
Transfer out. End of services.
Meals: 4 breakfasts & 1 lunch, 4-night accommodation in first class hotels, entrance fee to Machu Picchu, train ride on the Vistadome train, guidance, transfers.
International and domestic air tickets, departure airport tax: domestic: $ 5.85 per flight, international $ 31, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, medical services, travel insurance, tips and personal expenses.