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When luxury comes with character

The Belmond Hiram Bingham is a luxury train that takes you on a scenic journey from the Inca capital of Cusco to their citadel of Machu Picchu. The Hiram Bingham takes its name from the eponymous American explorer who was first to discover Machu Picchu and share its wonders with the world. This luxurious train seamlessly combines glamour with history, elegance and tradition.

As you board the train you will be transported to the 'Golden Age of Rail'; everything on-board the Belmond Hiram Bingham has been meticulously finished from polished woods to brass, fine fabrics to antique fittings, these Pullman-esque carriages, are a time machine to the 1920s.

Whilst the anticipation of the train's final stop may seem overpowering, be sure to relax and enjoy the trains luxurious surrounds as you travel, through the heart of the Inca empire aboard one of the finest trains in the world.

You will begin your journey with a welcome cocktail, and once on board the Maître d will invite you to try your first meal. Indulge in the artisanal delights as you go from brunch to lunch, or dinner. Accompany your meals with a beverage of your choosing, be sure to sample the excellent wine selection. As you eat and enjoy the breath-taking scenery you will hear the beat of the Peruvian cajón and tambourines. The live traditional Peruvian and international music sets the tone throughout of the entire trip preparing you for what's to come. We also recommend visiting the observatory car where you can enjoy the unrivalled scenery in the open air while sipping on a delicious Peruvian cocktail.

You may be headed to the 'Lost City', but while on board nothing's lost, everything is a new discovery.

Highlights

  • Welcome show aboard with typical dances of the region
  • A Bar Car with the best Peruvian cocktails
  • Gourmet lunch on board
  • Observatory Car to enjoy the unique scenery
  • Live music show
  • VIP Lounge at Machu Picchu Station
  • Entrance ticket to the Machu Picchu Citadel

In Our Opinion


"The Belmond Hiram Bingham has a delightful old-fashioned elegance, that combined with the unmatched scenery and lively atmosphere, will bring you some of the best holiday moments of your life."

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  • Tailormake your holiday including the destinations, inclusions and budget
  • From charming guesthouses to 5* luxury, we have a wide range of accommodation to suit you.
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  • You will be accompanied throughout by an experienced Latin Routes tour leader.
  • Size does matter! This is why we keep our groups maximum number to 16.
  • Make Your Day Individual - Choose from 3 different experiences that are already included in the price

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