MODERN AND NATURAL WONDER
The Best Places to Visit in June by Condé Nast Traveler
Virgilio Martínez, propietario de Central y embajador de la Mar
June marks the beginning of dry season in Peru, leaving the endpoint of the Inca Trail at its greenest glory. Added bonus: visiting Machu Picchu, a two-hour train ride from Cusco, in June helps you avoid the heavier July and August crowds. Make sure to pre-book tickets for entrance, as only 2,500 people are allowed to enter each day. Even better, splurge on a stay at Belmond’s Sanctuary Lodge, the sole retreat nestled right by the entrance to the Citadel, with direct access to the heritage site. Later, take the new, two-night trip on sister train, the Andean Explorer, which includes the chance to explore the islands floating in Lake Titicaca.
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