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Journeys

A train journey as mystical as the destination

Reserve your place on the Belmond Hiram Bingham and travel to the Lost City of the Incas in unforgettable style.

Heading towards Machu Picchu, your experience begins with a delicious welcome cocktail. Then savor a brunch and gourmet lunch as you admire the ever-changing scenery in the early light. The return journey can feel like a different world. See the Sacred Valley from a new perspective as the day draws to a close, and anticipate a true fine dining experience.

On both trips, dining includes non-premium beverages and a superb wine selection. You’ll also have the chance to dance to the beat of the Peruvian cajón and tambourines with traditional live music.

Journeys

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Bimodal Service

Between January 2 and April 30, 2019, we operate the Bimodal Service (Bus + Train), a service that combines bus and train travel, departing and returning to Cusco City.

During this period, passengers using the Belmond Hiram Bingham bimodal service board a private bus at Wanchaq Station, 5 minutes away from Cusco’s historic center, and arrive to Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado. From the hotel, join the Belmond Hiram Bingham train for the journey to Machu Picchu Station.

On the return leg, passengers are dropped off at their accommodation in Cusco’s city center.

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By Phone

Prefer to talk? You can purchase tickets by phone.

Please make sure you have credit card details at hand, and call us at +51-84-581414, extension 04.

Station Ticketing Offices

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Station Ticketing Offices

Belmond Hiram Bingham tickets can also be purchased throughout the day at a choice of train stations.

Feel free to visit Wanchaq Station, Ollantaytambo Station, Machu Picchu Station or Urubamba Station.

Ticket Vendors

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Ticket Vendors

There are also offices where tickets can be purchased and collected.

You'll find offices in the Jorge Chávez and Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airports, at the Centro Comercial Larcomar in Lima, and at the Plaza de Armas and Plaza Regocijo in Cusco.

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