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Cusco Traditional 3 days
Day 1: City Tour
When you arrive to Cusco, reception and transfer to the hotel. We will give you the information about the tours. In the morning you have free time. At 2:00 pm. We’ll pick you up from your hotel, with our guide we are going to visit the Cathedral there are magnificent colonial art and paintings, after we will visit some of the most impressive Inca stonework and the most important religious center at Koricancha (Temple of the Sun). Then we will visit the impressive Incan fortress of Sacsayhuaman and Archaeological sites including Qenqo, Pucapukara and the spring shrine of Tambomachay. We will end the tour at the main square of Cusco.
Day 2: Tour Machupicchu full day
Today will be an extraordinary day that you never will forget because you will visit the lost city of the Inkas. Early in the morning we will pick you up at your hotel to transfer you to the train station. The trip takes about 4 hours to Aguas Calientes Town. From there we will take the bus up to Macchupichu with our guide who will give you a thorough tour of this ancient Incan city. In the afternoon we will take the bus to Aguas Calientes and take the train to Cusco. Transfer to the Hotel.
Day 3: Departure day
After breakfast transfer to the airport.
- Transportation City Tour.
- Tickets bus up and down to Machupicchu.
- Train ticket round trip (service expedition).
- Entrance fee to Machupicchu.
- All transfers.
- Professional bilingual guide (English- Spanish).
- Tourist tickets.
- Accomodation hotel in Cusco
- Dinners and lunches
Note: If you want to climb Huayna Picchu mountain wing (is added $ 25.00 per person) subject to availability.
Students with ISIC card, discount $ 20.00.
Bring with you:
- Warm and light clothing
- Rain cloth or poncho
- Water, hat, sun glasses, sun block, insect repellent
- Camera and extra batteries
- Toilet paper
- HOTEL JOSE ANTONIO CUSCO.
- SONESTA HOTEL CUSCO.
- HOTEL PRISMA.
- HOTEL GARCILASO II.
- HOTEL ROYAL INTI INN CUSCO.
- HOTEL POSADA DE ATAHUALLPA.