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TRAIN TRIP TO MACHUPICCHU

Cusco: Tren a Machupicchu The traditional way to get Machu Picchu is by train. The departure is from the San Pedro station in Cusco early in the morning. It takes nearly 3 hours and a half to get to Aguas Calientes, following the course of Vilcanota River. In Machu Picchu we have about 2 hours and a half for our guided tour and another hour and a half to explore the ruins individually. The train back to Cusco departs around 4:00pm..

Itinerary
  1. Cusco: Machupicchu06:30 am Train leaves from Cusco to Aguas Caliente
  2. 10.30 am Arrival in Aguas Calientes
  3. 10:45 am Bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu
  4. 11:00 Arrival at the ruins, guided tour
  5. 16:00 The train returns to Cusco
  6. 20:00 Arrival Cusco
Practical Information
  1. Leaving:
    Cusco: MachupicchuDaily
  2. Transport:
    Train and Bus
  3. Length:
    1 day
  4. Price 2017:
    Free Price Quote
Bring With You:
  1. Photo or Film Camera
  2. Water
  3. Sweater or jacket
  4. Comfortable Shoes
  5. Insect Repellent
  6. Sun Block, Hat or Cap
  7. Snacks (pretty expensive in Machu Picchu)
 
Included:
  1. Train tickets
  2. Bus tickets
  3. Entrance to Machu Picchu (1x)
  4. Bilingual guide
Not Included:
  1. Lunch
Additional Information :

You can combine a visit to Machu Picchu with a visit to the Sacred Valley: in that case you do not take the train in Cusco but in Ollantaytambo, in the Valley. Another option is to stay for the night in Aguas Calientes and visit the ruins of Machu PIcchu (again) on the Second Day. There are hotels in Aguas Calientes from $ 10.00 till $ 200 per person for the night. You can also visit the famous Hot Water Springs in Aguas Calientes

 
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