Railways Peru

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Peru Rail

PeruRail is a specialist in train travel in Peru, and links most of the tourist highlights of the Andes, most notably Machu Picchu, Cusco and the Sacred Valley. Undoubtedly the most spectacular way to tour and travel in Peru, PeruRail takes you through scenery of outstanding beauty and to places almost inaccessible by any other means.

Peru Railway and Train Travel Packages

We have compiled a list of railway and train travel packages in Peru. If you are interested in any of these railway and train travel packages, please contact the operator directly with any questions for ordering free brochures or booking. The list is updated frequently so visit often.

Peru Train Services

Train services in Peru description of routes and services abord train tickets fares and itineraries from Cuzco to Machu Picchu and Cuzco to Puno.

Peru Train Schedule

The train journey from Cusco to Machu Picchu is a highlight of any trip to the Andes. The 3 and a half to four hours journey takes you through a changing landscape. First there is a steep climb out of Cusco into the surrounding hillside, by means of a series of switchback turns known locally as "the zig zag".