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PeruRail links most of the tourist highlights of the Andes in Peru and is undoubtedly the most spectacular way to discover the ancient land of the Incas, taking you through scenery of outstanding beauty and to places almost inaccessible by any other means. A choice of main routes are offered - between either historic Cuzco or the Sacred Valley and the legendary Machu Picchu and between Cuzco and Lake Titicaca.
FTSA - Ferrocarril Transandino
Ferrocarril Transandino S.A. won a concession during a period of 30 years for the administration, improvement and maintenance of the railroads in the South and South-Orient of Peru. This represents a total of 980 kilometers of track in two sections. South line: Matarani/Mollendo-Arequipa-Juliaca/Puno-Cusco with a total of 800 kilometers with a track guage of 1.435 millimeters. South-Orient line: Cusco-Macchupicchu-Hydroelectric with a total of 124 kilometers with a track guage of 914 millimeters (narrow track).
Map Metro of Lima
FCCA Ferrovias Central Andina (Peru)
FCCA S.A. started operating on 21 September 1999 with the main objective of providing our clients with top quality services. Our achievements in safe and efficient transport of freight have led us to reopen passenger service on the Andean line.
OSITRAN - Carreteras
Ositrán supervises 16 concession railways of the National Rail Network
Hotels in Peru