Peru's national soccer squad on Tuesday evening departed for Europe to play their last two friendlies against Saudi Arabia and Sweden as preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.
Joined by the coaching staff, the 23-man team boarded a charter flight after 6:00 PM.
The Peruvian group's destination is Zurich, Switzerland.
It must be noted the Incas held a light training session in the morning prior to their journey.
To do so, Gareca's men arrived after 10:30 AM at Lima-based National Sports Village (Videna).
The game marked the Inca squad's farewell to its country before heading for the Old Continent to face Saudi Arabia in Switzerland (June 3) and host-team Sweden (June 9).
The Incas' first match will be played against Denmark (June 16). Then, they will clash with France (June 21) before facing Australia (June 26).
Peru-Saudi Arabia (7:00 PM local time)
Sunday, June 3
AFG Arena in St. Gallen (Switzerland)
Peru-Sweden (6:15 PM local time)
Saturday, June 9
Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg (Sweden)
FIFA World Cup Russia matches
Peru-Denmark (7:00 PM local time)
Saturday, June 16
Mordovia Arena in Saransk
Peru-France (8:00 PM local time)
Thursday, June 21
Ekaterinburg Arena in Ekaterinburg
Peru-Australia (5:00 PM local time)
Tuesday, June 26
Fisht Stadium in Sochi