Belmond Hiram Bingham Train
Travel to the Lost City of the Incas in unforgettable style
The Belmond Hiram Bingham is an exclusive, luxury train carrying up to 84 passengers and travels between Cusco and the Lost City of the Incas in unforgettable style.
Named after the explorer who rediscovered the Inca citadel, the Hiram Bingham train has two dining cars, an observation/bar car and a kitchen car. Dine in style as you trundle through the spectacular Peruvian countryside enroute to mystical Machu Picchu.
Decorated in the style of 1920s Pullman carriages, each has been furnished in polished wood and brass with large comfortable armchairs. As you board, the tables are exquisitely set with gleaming crystal and polished cutlery. The maître d' will invite you to enjoy brunch or a gastronomic dinner, specially created by the onboard chef.
For many, a trip to Machu Picchu is a once in a lifetime experience. The Belmond Hiram Bingham assures a magical journey, never to be forgotten.
Why we like it
- One of the world‘s great train journeys
- Travel the scenic Sacred Valley of the Incas
- Gastronomic experience
- The Observation Car
- 1920s Pullman Carriage style
At a Glance
9:05am Departure from Poroy train station (20 minutes drive from Cusco)
12:25pm Arrival at Machu Picchu station. Transfer by bus to the Sanctuary
1:00pm Tour of the ruins
4:00pm Afternoon Tea at the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge
4:45pm Transfer to Machu Picchu train station
5:50pm Train departs for Cusco
9:15pm Arrival at Poroy train station
Belmond Hiram Bingham runs round-trip journeys every day, except on Sundays.
Guests can also enjoy a one-way trip on the Belmond Hiram Bingham.