7 Days / 6 Nights
On our Classic Peru you will journey and discover the landscapes, sounds, colors and flavors of our great Andean Culture. Explore the geography and the history of Peru on this Classic Peru Trip which offers you the perfect blend of fascinating guided excursions and free time to move at your own leisurely pace. The highlight of nearly everyone’s Peru Trip is the Seventh Wonder of the World, the Incan Sanctuary of Machu Picchu. Cosmopolitan Lima is Peru’s vibrant capital and the center of Peruvian gastronomy. Some of the most fantastic restaurants in the whole world are located in Lima. Cusco was the center of the Inca Empire, and ancient Incan walls still stand all around the center of the city today.
Enjoy the great cultural legacy of the Quechua world on our Classic Peru. Share the best that Peru has to offer with the inhabitants of the Peruvian Andes. During your Classic Peru Trip enjoy our most important tourist destinations: Lima, Cusco, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and the great Incan architectural marvel, the Citadel of Machu Picchu.
At the moment you arrive in Lima, a team member of Valencia travel will be waiting for you at the airport and take you, on private transport, to your hotel.
Jose Antonio Hotel. Accommodation in Standard Room with private bath.
The first stop on our Lima city tour is Huaca Pucllana, a huge archaeological site in Miraflores, one of Lima’s most popular districts. Huaca Pucllana was an important ceremonial and administrative center of the Lima culture, which developed along this part of the Peruvian coast between 200 AD and 700 AD. This sacred place was built from seven staggered platforms surrounded by a plaza and large walls. It’s a very impressive site, and certainly not what you expect to find i...
A representative of Valencia Travel Cusco will pick you up from the hotel and take you to the airport where you will take your flight to Cusco! After your arrival to Cusco, your cultural excursion will begin when we pick you up in Cusco and drive you out to the Ccaccaccollo Community. When we arrive, we’ll meet some of the locals who live in the community, which is home to some 50 families. Here, the two main activities are farming and weaving, with the men working the land whil...
What to do in Ollantaytambo: Sacred Valley (Peru) 👌 | HowlandersWe’ll pick you up from your hotel in Cusco at 07h30 and then set off towards the Sacred Valley. Leaving Cusco, we’ll pass by Saqsaywaman and head over the mountains before descending some 450 meters (1,500 ft) to the valley floor. Here we’ll find ourselves beside the sacred Urubamba River and the pretty village of Pisac. In Pisac, we will visit the colorful traditional market, where you can browse the a...
Our tour begins in Urubamba, where we’ll pick you up at 06h00. and then head to the train station to board the train to Aguas Calientes (also known as Machu Picchu Pueblo). The train leaves at approximately 07h05 although the exact schedule does change sometimes. The two-hour train journey is a memorable experience in itself, as we pass through river canyons and rolling hills, then your guide will pick you up from the train station at around 09h15. We’ll then walk to the b...
Our Cusco city tour begins in the morning, when we’ll first head to the wonderful Koricancha, next door to Santo Domingo Church. According to the chroniclers who wrote during the period directly after the Spanish Conquest, the Koricancha was the most sacred and most important temple in the Inca Empire. Its walls were covered with gold, and life-size statues of plants and animals – all made of pure gold and silver – decorated its rooms and hallways. Sadly, this wealth...
After breakfast enjoy your last day at leisure before transferring to the airport for your return flight home via Lima. Services Included: Transport: Hotel – Cusco Airport (20 minutes) - Assistant SPS/ENG. Meals: Breakfast
These poles are designed to help you endure long treks into rugged, remote areas with a heavy pack. If you need a little extra support when walking, an adjustable folding walking stick is ideal. It has an aluminium body with plastic handles and base, it folds away neatly for easy storage when not in use.