Machu Picchu Trains
The most economical train service to Machu Picchu. The cars have air-conditioning, heating, and panoramic windows. The seats are upholstered with indigenous fabrics, adding a touch of local flavor, and they are configured two on each side of the train (four per row) facing each other, divided by snack tables. Snacks are served at an additional cost and additional storage space is available for backpacks.
The Vistadome features large panoramic windows that allow you to enjoy the scenic landscapes and picturesque Andean villages, as you make your way to Machu Picchu. The 2-hour journey begins at Ollanta Station, in the Sacred Valley, and culminates at Aguas Calientes Station, where, after a 15-minute meandering bus ride you will find yourself at the entrance to the magnificent citadel- a breathtaking site regardless of how many times you may have seen it.
Hiram Bingham Train:
Round Trip from Cuzco only: The Hiram Bingham departs only from Poroy Train Station (20 minutes away from Cuzco), and provides the most leisurely and luxurious service to Machu Picchu. Brunch is served on board while travelers enjoy the spectacular scenery unfolding before them. Upon arrival, around 1.09 p.m., a short bus ride takes you to the entrance of the citadel. The return trip to Cuzco includes pre-dinner cocktails served in the bar car accompanied by live entertainment, followed by a 4-course dinner in the dining cars.