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International flight (not included)

Upon arrival, a transportation service will pick you up from the airport at the established time and will transfer you to your hotel.

  • Accommodation at selected hotel.
  • Meals included: None.


Half day City Tour visiting Lima’s Cathedral, San Francisco and Larco Museum (4 HRS)

Your tour will start in downtown Lima, where you will visit the Main Square, where Lima was first founded as “The City of Kings,” in 1535, and it was already known by the name of Lima when Peru proclaimed its independence from the Spanish Crown in 1821. There you may see the Presidential Palace, the Archbishop’s Palace and the Lima Cathedral. You will then go to Saint Francis’ Church, which has an enviable collection of old books and an authentic network of catacombs open to the public. Next, you will go to Pueblo Libre district to visit the Larco Museum, founded by Rafael Larco Hoyle en 1926. The museum, located inside a viceregal mansion built on a pre-Columbian pyramid of the 7th century, houses the most complete pre-Hispanic collection of gold and silver artifacts as well as pieces of erotic art.

  • Accommodation at selected hotel.
  • Meals included: Breakfast.


Transfer to Sacred Valley visiting on route Pisac Market & Ruins w/lunch (6 HRS)

A transportation service will pick you up from your hotel at the established time and will transfer you to the airport.

Flight to Cusco (not included)

Upon arrival, you will start your tour on route to the Pisac market, which has scores of stands that exhibit and sell products manufactured by the residents of the area every day. Beautiful alpaca textiles, musical instruments, paintings, carvings, necklaces and replicas of old Inca pieces stand out. You will continue to the Pisac archaeological vestiges, which as the largest complex of terraces in the area and a masterpiece of the agriculture of the Inca Empire. Next, you will have lunch and then you will return to your hotel at the end of the tour.

  • Accommodation at selected hotel.
  • Meals included: Breakfast and lunch at Ayasqa.


Full day to Machu Picchu ending at Cusco (10 HRS approx)

A transportation service will pick you up from your hotel at the Sacred Valley at the established time and will transfer you to the Ollantaytambo train station.

Vistadome train ride to Aguas Calientes.

Your tour to Machu Picchu begins with a train ride to Aguas Calientes in approximately two hours. This town is also known as “Machu Picchu Pueblo” and is the last stop before the entrance to the remains of the most important archaeological site in Peru. In Aguas Calientes you will find the railway station, a crafts market, restaurants and accommodation of different categories for those who prefer to spend the night at the foot of the mountain and climb it early. Finally, after a short transfer, you will reach Machu Picchu, a masterpiece of engineering and architecture that is believed served as a sanctuary and retreat for the Inca Pachacutec (1438 – 1572). Machu Picchu, which means “Old Mountain”, is considered a World Heritage by UNESCO and one of the new seven wonders of the world. Once in the citadel, you may optionally also visit the Intipunku (Sun Gate), the Wayna Picchu (subject to space availability) and the Inca Bridge.

In the afternoon return by Vistadome train.

At your arrival, a transportation service will pick you up from the Ollantaytambo train station at the established time and will transfer you back to your hotel in the Sacred Valley.

  • Accommodation at selected hotel.
  • Meals included: Breakfast.


Full day to Ollantaytambo, Maras & Moray  w/lunch (8 HRS)

You will start your trip visiting the Ollantaytambo, making a series of stops at points of interest. The Ollantaytambo town, a typical example of the urban planning of the Incas, whose residents still live in accordance with their old traditions. Pachacútec (1438-1471) conquered the town, destroyed it and built a new one, absorbing it as part of his empire. It exhibits one of the most remarkable complexes of the Inca Empire. Then you will have lunch and continue your trip until reaching the archaeological vestiges of Maras and Moray. Maras is a surreal view. It is near Moray and it is an impressive salt exploitation complex. Its huge salt deposits were used to trade them for other products with other parts of the empire. Moray’s archaeological vestiges are composed of mysterious concentric circular terraces which, according to some scholars, would be an agricultural research center. The higher external terraces would be at a higher temperature than the inner ones and could simulate the conditions of the different ecological strata of the empire. Then you will be transferred back to your hotel in Cusco.

  • Accommodation at selected hotel.
  • Meals included: Breakfast and lunch at Muña restaurant.


Half Day Cusco City tour (5 HRS)

You will start your tour today by visiting Koricancha, also known as the “Temple of the Sun”, which was built by the Inca ruler Pachacuti and, upon the arrival of the Spaniards, became the base for the construction of the Santo Domingo Convent. Here, during the Inca Empire, reverence was surrendered to the sun, and there was even a time when the structure was covered in gold. Next, you will visit the Cathedral, the most imposing monument in Plaza de Armas square. The construction of the cathedral took almost 100 years to complete, beginning in the mid-16th century. Hundreds of stones were extracted and transported from the Sacsayhuaman fortress under the command of the Ecclesiastical Council to use for the construction of the church. Continue your tour to the fortress of Sacsayhuaman, a magnificent building conceived and built by Inca ruler Pachacuti in the 15th century. The Sacsayhuaman complex was built with megalithic blocks, the transportation, and erection of which continue to be a fascinating mystery. The Inti Raymi Sun Festival is reenacted here every year on 24 June during the winter solstice. Continue on to Quenqo, located only four kilometres from the city of Cusco. Quenqo is an archaeological complex of mainly religious use where it is believed agricultural rituals were performed. Finally, visit Puka Pukara, located seven kilometres from the city of Cusco. Puka Pukara, meaning “Red Fortress”, was an architectural complex of alleged military use with multiple spaces, plazas, baths, aqueducts, walls, and towers, and it is believed the entourage of the Inca ruler used the space while he rested in Tambomachay. Return to the hotel with the remainder of the day at leisure.

  • Accommodation at selected hotel.
  • Meals included: Breakfast.


Free day

Enjoy the day to explore the city or stay at your hotel resting.

  • Accommodation at seleted hotel.
  • Meals included: Breakfast.


Departure from Cusco

A transportation service will pick you up from your hotel at the established time and will transfer you to the airport.

Flight to… (not included)

  • Meals included: Breakfast.

Treasures of the Inca Empire 8D/7N
Cultural Tour 

This trip gives you an outstanding opportunity to experience the greatness of the Inca capital, Cusco, as well as the Sacred Valley of the Incas, including Machu Picchu and many other Inca sites. Moreover, you will dive into the colonial history of both Lima and Cusco. It can be purchased as a trip in its own right, or you can add any magnificent extensions created by us or yourself.


Characteristics: Culture, The Incas and Gastronomy



The following prices are per person in US dollars based on private rates and are subject to change around holidays such as Easter, Christmas, New Years and other local festivities.

2 – 3 PERSON





$ 1,220


Private Services

2 – 3 PERSON





$ 1,650


Private Services



  • English Speaking guide.
  • Program for standard hotels includes a local private guide in Machu Picchu and transfers from Sacred Valley’s hotel to Ollanta Station and from Ollanta Station to Cusco’s hotel only transport.
  • Program for premium and luxury hotels, includes private guidance in Machu Picchu from the pick-up of the hotel in Sacred Valley until the drop off in Cusco’s hotel.



  • 2 nights in Lima.
  • 2 nights in Urubamba.
  • 3 nights in Cusco.



  • Daily breakfast at the hotel, lunches, and dinners as specified in the itinerary.



  • Vistadome Trains round trip Ollanta/Aguas Calientes/Ollanta.
  • All transfers airport / hotel / airport are private only.



  • Entrance tickets to attractions mentioned in itinerary.


  • Personal expenses. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages during meals. Meals not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Airline tickets and rates international and domestic shipping.
  • Personal expenses (laundry, telephone calls, travel insurance, etc.)
  • Early check-in, late check-out.
  • Tips


  • This proposal is only a quote there is nothing booked.
  • All services are in private.


Destination Hotel Type of room
Lima Hotel Britania Miraflores Standard Room
Urubamba Hotel Hacienda Del Valle Standard Room
Cusco Hotel San Agustin Internacional Standard Room


Destination Hotel Type of room
Lima Dazzler Hotel Classic Room
Urubamba Casa Andina Premium Superior Room
Cusco El Mercado Hotel Superior Room


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Comfortable and light clothing is the most convenient choice for traveling on Peru’s coast, while warmer clothes are best for stays in the highlands. Passengers must not wear sleeveless T-shirts, shorts, miniskirts or very tight clothes when visiting temples, religious places or official buildings. Sunblock lotion, sunglasses, a hat or cap and a mosquito repellent can be also very helpful during the trip.

Please have in mind that check-in hour in most hotels starts at 1:00 pm. Early-arriving guests will be subject to room availability while waiting in the hotel lobby.