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6 Nov 2019
Belmond launches 'Art in Motion', Peru edition – collaborating with local experts and tastemakers in art, design and gastronomy bringing guests closer to contemporary Peruvian culture with an all-new timeless adventure; honouring tradition through a contemporary lens.
Peru’s Belmond Hiram Bingham train is far more than just a mode of transport, but a great travel experience in its own right. Named for the explorer who rediscovered Machu Picchu in 1911—the American academic Hiram Bingham III—it is an Andean adventure combining fine cuisine, a live band, terrific company and sublime scenery. Shuttling between Cusco and Machu Picchu daily, it carries some 84 passengers in 1920s-style Pullman carriages that include two beautiful dining cars.. Interiors are furnished in varnished wood and brass with large armchairs inviting guests to sit and linger, while the bar car beckons with the promise of cocktails and the lively soundtrack of the resident band. The stunning Andean landscape, the outstanding star of an outstanding show, is best appreciated from the cushioned seats of the outdoor observation deck.
The Belmond Hiram Bingham luxury train travels through the magical Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu, offering its passengers more than a journey, a unique experience in life.
Named after the explorer who rediscovered the Inca citadel, the luxury train can carry up to 84 passengers. Its two plush Dining Cars, Observation Car and Bar Car evoke the style of 1920s Pullman cars, featuring highly polished woods and brass, and sumptuous armchairs.http://pdfs.cdn.belmond.com/Belmond_Hiram_Bingham_Factsheet.pdf