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Santuario Historico de Machu Picchu

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Admission Ticket to Machu Picchu Ruin and Mountain
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Admission Ticket to Machu Picchu Ruin and Mountain
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Reviewed today

If you are even searching for Machu Picchu, you have got to go! Get a morning ticket! They do not kick you out at noon. If you want less people, be the very first one inside or hang around later in the afternoon. Hire a...More

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Reviewed yesterday

I went to Peru primarily for surfing with 5 other surfer friends, historical places for the most part do not interest me, but I am so glad I went to mach picchu. I never thought it be so beautiful. We booked the lowest priced tour...More

Thank surfersjoienzillien
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Oh my, such a beautiful place. The history was also really enlightening. The whole time I had thought the Spanish had killed the inhabitants only to find out that they basically starved.

Thank Dave B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Machu Picchu is definitely a must see when you're in Peru and definitely a must see when you're in Cuzco! Amazing location and amazing buildings to see some of the Inca culture. It is definitely a World Wonder and was one of my points on...More

Thank Freek v
Reviewed yesterday

We visited over two days and I would recommend spending as much time as possible ( even if it means buying numerous tickets!) to really get to grips with this remarkable place, and drink in the wonder of it all. We arrived first of all...More

Thank gaildevonshirelass
Reviewed yesterday

Seeing Machupicchu after hiking the inca trail for 4 days, was for our family of 6 an amazing amazing unforgettable experience. we thought we would never be able to afford it as parents of teenagers but we worked with a great agency that made it...More

Thank jennabustillo
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Machu Picchu is a great historic site. Definitely recommend a guide. It gets very crowded and you must follow a one way path.

Thank Fritz101981
Reviewed 2 days ago

We went at the beginning of September, which is also the tail end of the busy season. The crowds weren't bad at all. We got in the bus line at 5AM, and were up to the mountain at 6:30. By 9AM we were done. It...More

Thank Donald K
Reviewed 2 days ago

When we got there at 6am after a one hour walk (Access opens at 5am) from Aguas Calientes, the site was in the clouds, with an amazing feel : the site is sublime, breathtaking, ... Then we spent a lot of time enjoying this fabulous...More

Thank webbin
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

If your going to Peru you will probably come here. So do a lot of other people so expect crowds and a long wait in the bus lines. Not much else to say because it’s exactly as you would expect it to be but it...More

Thank Ezra S
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gaildevonshirelass
3 September 2018|
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Response from Helen G | Reviewed this property |
Hi, was there about 2 weeks ago. You don’t have to have a guide. Plenty of official guides, with badges, at the gate. Don’t know how much they cost. We didn’t climb Huaynu Picchu, we climbed Montana Picchu, but it’s the... More
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Liz H
19 August 2018|
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Response from mariobandoc | Reviewed this property |
0 Votos Looks a real travel agency, and the street location is verified. If your looking some info for your travel FOR FREE please visitus on machupicchuaudioguidecom
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31 July 2018|
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Response from milagrosmendez429 | Reviewed this property |
The sunrise hotel was in Aguas Calientes we were also in the Beldmont hotel which is right there next to the ruins is the only hotel next to the ruins ..
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