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Reviews: Machu Picchu / Inca ruins

Reviews- Machu Picchu / Inca ruins
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Recommended by 100%


General description: Machu Picchu / Inca ruins

The Machu Picchu is a monumental town. It is known internationally as the most important enclave of South American indigenous history. It is included among the seven wonders of the world. This is one of the most visited architectural ensembles in the world.


Machu Picchu was built by the Inca Pachacutec in the XV century as a luxurious range of civil and religious buildings. The whole site is the most spectacular part. This is so because its terrain is unique in the world, standing at the height of an isthmus between mountains.


You can visit the whole year round, paying entrance. Access to the ruins can be done traveling by train, car or bus. The visit to this wonder is, itself, a good reason to visit Peru.


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Machu Picchu / Inca ruins
by Bernd in October 15
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by Rainer in February 11

Machu Picchu / Inca ruins
by Rainer in February 11
Machu Picchu / Inca ruins
by Rainer in February 11

Machu Picchu / Inca ruins
by Rainer in February 11
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19 reviews Machu Picchu / Inca ruins

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I always dreamed of MachuPicchu. I made my dream come true in Aug 2014 when I traveled solo to Peru for 10 days. I highly recommend this beautiful, picturesque, colorful country. The climate changes and you can be in high altitude in the hills, in the valley, in dessert, in the jungle. I traveled to Lima, then Cusco, MachuPicchu, Puno, Lake Titicaca, Arequipa. I highly recommend to visit, bring candy for the children that will follow you and also coins if you'd like to give to the poor. Read more
in August 14,
Anna, Age 36-40

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I booked onto a tour via Viator, which included a bus transfer to the train station from my hotel in Cuzco, the zig zag train up the mountains, bus transfer at the other end and entry to the ruins themselves. I'd recommend planning ahead, as I'm not sure you can simply turn up! The entry included a tour guide (they ran various groups to suit language, there were only three of us on the English one!), and you got to tour the ruins whilst each element was explained to you. The views are absolutely amazing, and I'd definitely recommend it... Read more
in October 13,
Ross, Age 26-30

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