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Seeing all this history is truely awsome and unbelievable. You just have to sit and take it all in to wonder that you are really there. As other Machu Picchu ruins, take water, hat, walking shoes. Must be able to climb steps, and be fit.
Our guide was amazing with all the information he had. To see these ruins and how they have survived over the centuries is amazing. The views were astounding and it was reasonably easy to get around. The bus ride from the town to the ruins...More
Fantastic and as awe inspiring as its publicity. Well organised transport system from nearest town. It does get busy even though there is a limit to the number of visitors each day. Use a guide to get the best from the visit. Lots of walking...More
Our guide explained alot about these and other ruins. Well worth checking out for sure.
Some are slightly eroded but most are really pristine. I love that.
Great photos from every corner at all times of the day.
Don't miss it.
It is impressive take in the magical feeling and the powerful history that has taken place here. The way of life of the religious and political leaders that lived in this young city. learn about the people and their way of life. How the Conquistadors...More
Having done the 1 day hike and arriving late in the afternoon, this was the best and quietest time of the day. We went back in the morning along with the other 2500 and it was still beautiful but challenging to get around all the...More
From the gated entrance you see the remains of this city built on the top of a mountain. Everything the "Incas" did was up and down. Always at the top never on the river to avoid possible spring foods. This site is the best example...More
Some of the best preserved buildings in Machu Picchu. Of course such a great example of Inca architecture. Hopefully you’ve done enough looking on your own to not learn much new from me. No words could fully explain this wonder anyways.