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Machu Picchu Tour from Cusco
"This is an excellent opportunity to visit Machupicchu spend a full day  enjoying the surrounded of spectacular landscapes during the trip that starts in Cusco. Start out by bus (for 2-hours) and then by train(2-hours) finally arriving to Aguas Calientes (Aguas Calientes is it the town located under the Mountain of Machupicchu citadel). There you will be met by your local guide you will take a bus to climb to Machupicchu(20 mins bus ride). Once there your guide explain the history and meaning of this fabulous citadel one of the seven new wonders in the world. After the guiding tour you will have time to continuing walking around the citadel by yourselves before going down to Aguas Calientes. From there have lunch and take the train back"""
From $295.00
 
Machu Picchu Day Tour
"In the morning you will meet your driver at your hotel in Cusco and be taken to the train station where you will board the train for a wonderful hour and a half scenic ride to Aguas Calientes. Once in Aguas Calientes your guide will take you on a guided tour of the ruins of Machu Picchu ‘The Lost City of the Incas.’ You will learn about the important and inspiring history of this sacred Inca site and visit the temples of the Sun and the Condor. You'll also get to see the aqueducts and houses while learning some interesting facts about the Sacred Inca Terraces. After your tour you will have some free time to explore this site on your own. There are many short trek options
From $290.00
 
Machu Picchu Full Day Tour with Private Transport and Peruvian Meal
"Machu Picchu is one of the new seven world wonders and a “must see” on the list of every world traveller. You'll have a memorable time with knowledgeable local guides that will offer a wealth of helpful insights. Start your experience with a personal int you will be picked up at your hotel in Cusco at 4am for an early start on a vehicle to be transferred to Ollantaytambo in the Sacred Valley. From Ollantaytambo you will take an executive-class train along the Urubamba River Valley surrounded by majestic mountains and immerse yourself in amazing Peruvian landscapes. Delve into the Inca World as you arrive to the train station in Aguas Calientes the nearest town to Machu Picchu where you will be picked-up and taken to the marvelous Inca Citadel hidden away at the top of a mountain. Here you will take a 2-hour guided tour with a professional local guide. After your guided tour you will have free time to enjoy the archaeological site and walk around on your own. You can take an optional hike to the Inti Punku (Sun Gate) or to the Inca bridge. Your guide will give you recommendations and on where to go and directions on how to g you will return back to Aguascalientes and walk to the Inka Terra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel for a delicious lunch made with the freshest local ingredients. (Arrive anytime between 12:00 - 16:00 hours. Please plan your time accordingly at Machu Picchu so
From $394.00

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Terraces

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a breathtaking inca site

from the top,starting in inca district "quanchisraquay" ,walking down to pisac main square through "intihuatana"(=sun's temple) amazing stroll through the inca times,history and religion....and...
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The market on the main square

Wandering the main square and the market, enjoying the colors, the smells, the atmosphere was unforgettable... On the other side of the church, on the main square, we sat down at the little terrace of...
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Buying a flute

We had one hour to see Pisac, it was too short time, but we had a nice shopping time, buying bags, textiles, clothes in alpacca and so on. I bought some flutes while our excellent native guide played...
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Shoe shine

You will find many kids around asking you for "shoe-shine, 1 sol". They don't really bother and are nice and friendly, so if your shoes are dusty go for it!
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