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Peter Lauffer
Museo Ferroviario Machichamarca
It is time to visit the Simón Iturri Patiño Railway Museum in Machacamarca. Railway friends and the province of Ouro/Bolivia used the buildings and railway infrastructure of the terminal station of the privately owned Machacamarca – Unica Railroad for Bolivia’s largest railway museum. Among the attractions is the first German steam locomotive baptized with the...
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Wulckow Tunnel Quito
During the first half of the 20th century, one could travel by train from Quito to San Lorenzo, a small town near the Colombian Border at the Pacific Ocean. Today, going on a train is only possible between Otavalo and Salinas, representing a short part of the 370 km railroad it was before. Nevertheless, there...
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The office of the Ministry of Culture in Cusco has announced a series of prohibitions for visits to Machu Picchu that apply to tourists, tour guides and other visitors. These have the purpose of guaranteeing the physical integrity of the visitors and the conservation of the natural and cultural heritage of the Inca citadel. The...
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Alemania is a beautiful little mountain village, forgotten in the classic tourist routes that still keeps intact its stories of when the train passed. Located just 100 kilometers from Salta, Alemanía is today almost a ghost town (currently not more than ten families live in it), located between Salta and the wine-growing city of Cafayate....
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Works for Phase III of the enlargement of the Jorge Chávez International Airport will begin next December, according to Addendum No. 7 signed by the Minister of Transport and Communications. The Airport authorities will complete the new runway in 4 years and then in 2022 the construction of the new terminal; In total, it would...
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The new “PeruRail Sacred Valley Train” invites you to make an unforgettable trip between Urubamba (Sacred Valley) and Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu). The new train lets you combine the Sacred Valley with Machu Picchu in new tour combinations. The route connects Urubamba and Machu Pichu and makes a short stop at the “Hotel Belmond Rio...
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Twenty-first-century travelers are searching for new and unique encounters. Travelers want to discover and understand the culture and history of the places they visit. They want to experience a destination just like a local to get an authentic feeling for any country or area. It’s no longer about staying in the most expensive resorts – it’s...
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Belmond Andean Explorer Train
Travel on one of the highest train journeys on earth between Cusco and Arequipa or as a shorter trip, between Cusco and Puno. The Belmond Andean Explorer will start its operation in May 2017. The journey between Cusco and Arequipa will take two nights and two days starting from the capital of the ancient Inca...
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Belmond introduced the Belmond Andean Explorer Train at the beginning of May 2017, running Arequipa – Puno – Cusco, and Cusco – Puno – Arequipa with its luxury train. The journey takes 3 Days and 2 Nights in each direction, and you sleep overnight on the train. We were very pleased to hear that the...
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You find the Jesuit Missions of Chiquitos in the province of Santa Cruz, in the eastern part of Bolivia between Santa Cruz and the border with Brazil. They were founded to convert local tribes to Christianity. The missional towns are a mixture of European and Amerindian cultures and are today all UN World Heritage sites. Between...
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