Just read it; images of ancient civilizations, breathtaking landscapes, and mystery stories appear in your head. The rules of the Peruvian government for a visit to Machu Picchu changed in May 2017.
The history of the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu is full of lagoons, mysteries, and legends.
Did the conquerors arrive to put their feet in Machu Picchu? No. The empire appeared in the middle of the 15th century and ended with the arrival of the conquerors.
Each Inca ruler built their own “sacred city.” That’s why the conquerors who came found a city almost abandoned.
You were wrong, listening to Machu Picchu and thinking about the Inca constructions! The city itself, with its buildings, does not have a known name.
The Inca’s nose is Huayna Picchu, a young peak in Quechua if you have already achieved it.
Is it easy to get there? The simple answer is no. The road goes into an almost jungle area with humidity and dense vegetation. As if that were not enough, it is narrow, and, on many occasions, it looks over the precipice. Seen like that, is it worth it? Yes, definitely. I will tell you how to reserve your place to get to the top.
Prepare to enjoy yourself from the first minute.
Eight Inca roads reached there. You may never have heard of Aguas Calientes. After this point, how to get to Aguas Calientes? It can only imply reached by train; there is no road.
We arrived by bus to Ollantaytambo on a sacred valley tour; you can see prices here.