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Where to go?

  • The capital, Lima (2 full days are more than enough)
  • Take a local flight on LATAM Airlines to Cusco (1 hour 30 min)
  • Spend a few days in Cusco 
  • Next take the train to Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu (almost 3 hours) - Would recommend the Belmond route: check out this train route , if you want something more casual take Inca Rail
  • If you have time go to Rainbow Mountain (I have never been, looks amazing. check this out for more info)




    •  Atemporal - Boutique hotel, feels like a home and is located in a residential area called Miraflores (They have a receptionist named Ricardo, he does everything you need)
    • Hotel B - Boutique hotel part of the Relaix & Châteaux group. Modern and is located in a hip area called Barranco

Cusco/Sacred Valley:

    • Monasterio - A historic landmark that turned into a hotel, part of the Belmond group and is a big hotel
    • Inkaterra, La Casona- 16th Century house turned into a boutique 
    • Sol y Luna - a historic home that turned into a hotel, part of the Relaix & Châteaux. The profits of this hotel goes to help children education in Cusco




    •  Osaka - Japanese/Peruvian food 
    • Cosme - Fusian Peruvian
    • Maras - Great for lunch, Peruvian food and is modern
    • Fiesta - Casual dine in spot 
    • El Pan De La Chola - perfect spot for a quick breakfast, yummy pastries  
    • Felix - Great spot for lunch 
    • Maido - very famous spot, make sure to reserve in advance. Fusion food with a Japanese twist
    • Central - famous place  - part of the top 50 restaurants in the world
    • Astrid y Gaston - Great for dinner, located in a house and all their ingredients are farm to table. check out their outdoor bar area when you are there

Cusco/Sacred Valley: