Orient-Express Announces New PeruRail Booking Capability

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PeruRail, the operator of the southern and southeast railway in Peru, has launched a direct online booking facility on their website, www.perurail.com, enabling travelers to arrange their train travel within Peru in advance.

The system generates an e-voucher for each passenger on completion of the online booking, which is then used to collect the PeruRail ticket at the station on the day of departure. PeruRail operates passenger services across a number of routes linking most of the tourist highlights of the Andes, most notably Machu Picchu, Cuzco, the Sacred Valley, and Lake Titicaca. There are four different train services to suit a range of travel budgets. PeruRail is owned by Orient-Express Hotels Ltd and their partners, Peruvian Trains and Railways (Grupo Peruval).

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