7 days / 6 NIGHTS
Fine hoyels and meals
Day 01 - Lima Arrival
Pick up at the airport, transfer to the hotel.
Overnight at the Miraflores Park Hotel
Day 02 - Lima Colonial. Museo Larco
The day begins with an excursion to the Historic Center of Lima, the famous "City of the Kings", declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. You will visit the Plaza Mayor and its main attractions, and then continue with a visit to the Santo Domingo Convent, an architectural jewel of the 16th century. You will leave the historic center on the way to the modern part of the city, you will cross the exclusive district of San Isidro, the new financial heart of the city, and then continue to Miraflores, where you will make a stop at the well-known "Parque del Amor", to obtain the best views of our coast, bathed by the Pacific Ocean. Then, you will depart for the Larco Museum, where a select private collection of more than 3,000 years of pre-Columbian history is exhibited. Your tour will end with a dinner with a taste of Peru, at the Huaca Pucllana restaurant, located next to the archaeological complex of the same name. Hotel Overnight Miraflores Park.
Optional: You will visit Casa Aliaga, one of the few colonial mansions whose descendants continue to inhabit the property for sixteen generations. You can dine there, in its main dining room dating from the 18th century. (Minimum groups of 10 people).
Day 03 - Cuzco. Sacred Valley. Hacienda Wayra
Departure to Cuzco. Upon arrival in the Inca city we will take you to the Wayra ranch in the Sacred Valley, a warm and elegant country place, where you will taste the best of the flavor of the Andes and have the opportunity to learn a little more about our culture by being part of an exhibition of Peruvian Paso horses, that with their docile gait and elegant bearing will make the day theirs. Overnight at the Hotel Río Sagrado or Tambo del Inka.
Day 04 - Pisac Market. Picnic- Ollantaytambo
You will start the excursion in the Sacred Valley of the Incas with a visit to the famous and busy market of Pisac, which reflects the depths of our Andean roots. Full of color and tradition, it has become a must stop to buy handicrafts, silverware, alpaca garments or local ceramics. The route will continue to Ollantaytambo, a typical town in our mountains, with its narrow streets and canals that almost remains intact. In it, you will find the Ollantaytambo fortress, an archaeological complex with platforms and walls carved in stone, a traditional Inca technique. After this intense day, you can relax in the hotel's spa (optional). Accommodation at the Hotel Río Sagrado or Tambo del Inka.
Day 05 - Visit to Machu Picchu on the Hiram Bingham train
Today is a special day, you will visit one of the 7 wonders of the world, considered a World Heritage Site by Unesco: the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu. The journey to the Inca Citadel will be on board the Hiram Bingham train, chosen as the best in the world by the prestigious specialized tourism magazine, Condé Nast Traveler. The service, comfort, luxury, and atmosphere are first class: gourmet menu with Peruvian flavors, elegant cabins, local dance performance. After a long journey, you will arrive at the town of Aguas Calientes, from where you will take a bus to Machu Picchu. Once there, you will tour the place and be filled with its splendor. In the afternoon, we invite you to "tea time" at the Sanctuary Lodge, the only hotel located next to the old citadel, and then descend by bus to the town of Aguas Calientes and return to the city of Cuzco. Accommodation at the Monastery Hotel.
Day 06 - Historic Center of Cusco. Dinner at the restaurant of the Museum of Pre-Columbian Art.
You will visit the city of Cuzco, also called "Imperial City" and will walk through its streets, converted into a meeting point for people of all nations, awash in culture and tradition, you will visit the Temple of Koricancha, the Cathedral and the church of La Compañía de Jesús, among other colonial buildings. After the city tour, you will leave for the Sacsayhuamán Fortress, an imposing Inca fortress. Nearby, you will visit the archaeological sites of Qenko, Puca-Pucará and Tambomachay. The route has a stop at the Inka's Expression living art workshop, where you can learn a little about the work of local artisans. Finally, you will enjoy a delicious gourmet dinner in the elegant and cozy restaurant of the Museum of Pre-Columbian Art. Accommodation at the Monastery Hotel.