Don't miss 'Machu Picchu' for anything in the world. The king of the Peruvian musts will not disappoint you at all.
The lost city of the Incas.
Would you be able to travel to Peru and not to step on Machu Picchu? Centuries of ancestral culture, nature in its purest state and an unforgettable experience are unbeatable arguments to understand that this trip is worth it. The great distance that separates it from Lima is no excuse for not visiting it: you can take a domestic flight between the capital city and Cuzco that only lasts an hour and a half. From Cuzco, you can set off to Machu Picchu on an unforgettable three-hour train journey, both for its landscapes and the cultural exchange with the locals who make that same journey to the town of 'Aguas Calientes', where you can eat and even look for accommodation if you want to rest there after the climb. The so-called lost city of the Incas is located at the top of the mountain, so you must acclimatize first and monitor the change in pressure and altitude sickness.