Full-Day Machu Picchu Tour by Train and Bus from Cusco
"Start the day by rising before the dawn and enjoying a scenic train tide to the Peruvian town of Aguas Calientes after being picked up from your hotel in Cusco. Transfer to a bus for a brief journey to the much-visited archaeological site of Machu Picchu it is widely believed that this place was built to serve as an estate for the Inca emperor Pachacutec. Learn about the historical background of this impressive site from your guide while you spend the morning walking around the ruins.After the tour y as there are loads of photo-worthy moments waiting around every corner.By 4pm it will be time to make the return journey back to the bright lights of Cusco where you will be dropped off at your hotel. Hop on the train and ride back to the city away from the magnetic heritage of mighty Machu Picchu a truly mesmerizing place that will leave an imprint on your soul.""""Short on time or not keen on sweating it out on the Inca Trail? This full-day guided tour from Cusco is perfect for you by fitting a scenic train ride and a guided tour of Machu Picchu in the same day. There’s a reason why this awesome complex is celebra
Private Full-Day Sacred Valley Tour with Pisac Ruins
"Start the day with a pickup from your central Cusco accommodations by your private guide. Head to the Cochahuasi Animal Sanctuary where you will see some rescued animals especially condors you will also observe and take pictures with beautiful alpacas llamas vicunas. Afterwards learn how the Andean people make impressive textiles using very old and traditional techniques.Later visit Pisac
"Meet your knowledgeable guide at Plaza de Armas in the heart of Cusco and begin your small-group tour with a stroll through the historic square dating back to the time of the Incas. Admire the Renaissance-style Cathedral from the 17th century and then gaze at the baroque façade of Jesuit church La Compania originally constructed in the 16th century. Learn about both edifices built on sites that were formerly Incan palaces. Follow your guide out of the square onto streets lined with remnants of Incan walls gigantic blocks of granite fitting together perfectly without mortar which stand side by side with colonial architecture. At the palace of Inca Roca you’ll see fitted into the wall a 12-angled stone
I am certainly not a vegatarian but I do enjoy it sometimes, especially if it has an Indian flair. I had read about a place called Govinda and though right in the center of town I could never find it....