We’ve put together a great trip for you! Fly from London, UK to Peru and visit Lima, Cuzco (gateway to Machu Picchu), Lake Titicaca and Arequipa from only £414!
Peru is one of the great centres of ancient civilization. It is full of rich flavours, great experiences, and the magic representation of past and the present.
The famous Nazca Lines are a designated World Heritage Site. The geoglyphs in the desert sand were created by the Nazca Indians between 300 BC and 900 A.D. The mysterious system of lines, depicting animals, plants, people and geometrical figures can be found on the plateau in the south-western part of Peru.
From the observation tower near road you can see giant drawings on the surface of the earth, like a tree, monkey, hummingbird, parrot, spider, fish, llama, lizard, human hands and candelabrum. Link to the map >>
To find out more, visit Destination Fly4free: Peru >> and start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
London – Lima – Arequipa – Puno (Lake Titicaca) – Cuzco – Lima – London
Please keep in mind that the routing is flexible so you can change the number of days you spend in each destination at your will.
Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag per passenger.
Canceled or delayed flight within the last 3 years?
You may be entitled to be reimbursed up to €600 for flight cancellations. File you claim with AirHelp >>
While in Lima we encourage you to stay at 4*Hotel Carrera with good price, great reviews and breakfast included in the price.
In Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu) we encourage you to stay at 4*Hotel Tierra Inn with good price, great reviews and breakfast included in the price.
To find the best car rental prices on click here and don’t forget about Car hire excess insurance offered by Icarhireinsurance.com>>
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