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    Hola! If you're Main reason to go to Peru is to see machu picchu then 10 days would be enough. You can even have a look around other sites around cusco and have some fun there, but if you're travelling for far away I better do a little bit more to see other places in Peru or even south America. The best season to go, for me is been may/June, not to cold, not to hot or wet. I think is a good time. I hope this help you to have some ideas. If you want some more info get into this website www.latitudejourney.co.uk . Have fun! almost 6 years ago

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    Hola thank you very much . I will think about it .. Maybe on oct .. almost 6 years ago

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    Hi Michelle, I just got back from Machu Picchu and I think late August-early September was a great time to go (it's the end of high season and the weather was perfect). If you are not a big trekker - I would recommend starting from the sleepy village town of Ollataytambo (you may want to stay here a day or two, beautiful) and taking the train to Aguas Calientes first thing in the morning. From there, you can take a 20 minute bus ride up the mountain to Machu Picchu. almost 6 years ago

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    The best way to go to Cusco (Machu Picchu) is by air. 1'10 hr approx from Lima.
    The best season is from April to November.
    6 days is enough to tour Lima & Cusco without running.
    Do you want an itinerary? over 5 years ago

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    the best way to go to Cusco is by plane, the only way to go to Machu Picchu is by train or taking the Inca Trail program 04 days 03nights enjoying the amazing scenary en route
    The best season is from April to November (December to March is rainy season)
    Ten days is enought over 5 years ago

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    If you are into trekking, I'd highly recommend the Sulkantay Trek. It's five days four nights of unbelievable beauty. The trek takes you high up through gorgeous mountains and down through jungle ultimately arriving at Machu Picchu. A bit strenuous but well worth it. No need to book in advance for you can arrange it upon arrival. Expect about $60 a day per person which includes guides, meals, accommodations and park entrance. Great deal. over 5 years ago

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