We’ve put together another a great trip for you! Fly from Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Munich or Berlin, Germany and visit Arequipa, Lake Titicaca, Cuzco (gateway to Machu Picchu), and Lima from only €455!
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
November 18 – December 8, 2019
Germany – Lima – Arequipa – Puno (Lake Titicaca) – Cuzco – Lima – Germany
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.
How to book:
Follow the links below.
Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag per passenger.
Hamburg – Lima – Hamburg >>>
Dusseldorf – Lima – Dusseldorf >>>
Berlin – Lima – Berlin >>>
Munich – Lima – Munich >>>
You can read a trip report written by one of our editors about his experience with KLM >>>
Lima – Arequipa >>>
Arequipa – Puno (Night bus) >>>
Puno – Cuzco (Night bus) >>>
Cuzco – Lima>>>
While in Lima we encourage you to stay at 3* B&B Miraflores Wasi Independencia with very good reviews.
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