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Machu Picchu Day Trip from Cusco

From US$346.99
  • Travel from Cusco to Machu Picchu by train in just one day
  • Entrance fees included so your ticket is guaranteed
  • Views of the towering Andes Mountains from the train windows
Machu Picchu Day Trip from Cusco
From US$346.99
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Machu Picchu Train Option
Day trip to Machu Picchu from Cusco. Includes entrance fee, bus ticket to the citadel from Aguas Calientes and roundtrip transportation on the newest and panoramic Machu Picchu train option.
From US$380.00
Expedition Train Option
Day trip to Machu Picchu from Cusco. Includes entrance fee, bus ticket to the citadel from Aguas Calientes and roundtrip transportation on the Expedition option train.
From US$346.99
Vistadome Train Option
Day trip to Machu Picchu from Cusco. Includes entrance fee, bus ticket to the citadel from Aguas Calientes and roundtrip transportation on the Vistadome option train.
From US$383.99
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Visit Machu Picchu by train on a full-day trip from Cusco that takes the hassle out of exploring the spectacular Inca site. Pre-booking a tour ensures you’ll have a ticket for the UNESCO World Heritage Site, where daily visitor numbers are capped, and you’ll explore the sprawling site with a guide. When booking, choose from a variety of train options, from budget-friendly to more modern.
What to Expect
Start the day with early morning pickup from select hotels in Cusco and ride to the train station. Train options, which you can select when booking, include Expedition, Executive Class, Vistadome, and the newest Machu Picchu Train. The basic Expedition train is upholstered with traditional indigenous fabrics, while Executive Class features plush chairs with tables at each pair of seats.

Traveling in Vistadome, you’ll have glass on all sides and above your head, great for taking in the full scale of the massive peaks. The newest option, the ‘Machu Picchu Train,’ also has panoramic glass and updated, comfortable seats.

Upon arrival in Machu Picchu, continue to the ruins on a small bus for a 2-hour guided tour that explores ancient stairways, delicate carvings, and sweeping views. Afterward, enjoy some independent time to snap photos or just relax, finishing the day with the beautiful return trip to Cusco.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Loved it in general but would upgrade for train...

Travelling to Machu Picchu was as amazing as they say it is. The day started with a 4:05a.m. pick-up at the hotel, ouch! We rode for a bit picking up passengers and finally got to the train. We were 5 guys averaging 5'10 - 6'6...More

5  Thank ChicagoSpight
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Floating city

First of all, Machu Picchu is simply breathtaking!! It is well worth the (yes I know- as a backpacker it is very expensive!!) cost. All up I spent $200USD for the one day trip. But once you are there it is an ancient city seemingly...More

10  Thank CharlotteFullarton
Reviewed 18 March 2018
Full-Day Machu Picchu from Cusco

Our tour was operated by GrayLine Peru, although the guide also had branding from "Viajes Pacifico." Maybe they are sister companies? Our tour started with a hotel pickup in Cusco, transporting us to the Ollantaytambo train station. The driver had all the information ready for...More

5  Thank hermilo1987
Reviewed 13 March 2018
Amazing Life Experience

My day trip to Machu Picchu was an amazing experience overall. The bus ride to the train station was not necessarily enjoyable, but it was not a bad experience. It went by quickly and with ease. From the buses, finding our train, and boarding was...More

4  Thank cassieboboltz
Reviewed 12 March 2018
Definitely Well Worth The Time And Expense

The tour was definitely well worth the time and expense. The tour service was a well-oiled machine. They've obviously done this a million times before and the calm casual demeanor of all the staff supports that notion. Everything promised was delivered, except timely information prior...More

9  Thank GilmerSensei
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23 April 2018|
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Response from Meredith W | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are various walks around Machu Pucchu and those which require little or no climbing would be wheelchair accessible, I think.
James H
6 April 2018|
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Response from ChicagoSpight | Reviewed this property |
The executive just offers a snack and drink but you should have time to eat in town after MP tour.