Machu Picchu Wonderland in the Mist 📍Location: Cusco Spa Town, Peru 🚌How to visit: Cusco takes a train to Aguas Calientes. There is a minibus to Machu Picchu in the town. It takes about 30 minutes to walk on the winding road. The one-way fare is $12 and the round trip is $24. The minibus ticket window and minibus operating hours are 5:00A.M.~21:50 P.M. A bus takes about 10-15 minutes, with 30 people per bus. 🔺It is not recommended to catch the first and last trains. Machu Picchu is often foggy and the sunrise is not so easy to take pictures. There is no need to deliberately do it. 🎫Ticket: S/158.13 (including handling fee) It is recommended to book tickets on the official website machupicchu.gob.pe one month in advance. The website is unstable, so be patient, try a few times, and persevere. Remember to print it after payment is successful! This is the ticket to enter the scenic spot! ⌚️Play time: regular 1.5 hours. It all depends on the weather. You usually have to wait for the light to get a good photo. This is the waiting time outside of the itinerary. 📝Travel tips 🛅Luggage storage: Because you want to protect the historical sites, you must have a silicone protective cover under the trekking poles. If you don't have it, you can't bring it into the scenic area. The door storage fee is S/3. Although there are no particularly dangerous sections in the scenic area, and the altitude is 1,000 meters lower than that of Cusco, you can install it lightly. The less things the better. 🌦The weather in the mountains is uncontrollable, so wish yourself luck before you travel. However, the immortal version of Machu Picchu also carries the Holy Light, and Machu Picchu is Machu Picchu. The first half of our journey was cloudy and the second half was rainy. 🚻The original ecological monument means that there is no such sign except for the entrance and exit. 🦙Machu Picchu mythical beasts appear, and most of them have famous brands on their ears.
Machu Picchu, the last city of the lost Inca Empire. The once most glorious South American empire conquered several countries along the coast of South America in just 100 years, but it was finally destroyed by Spain's iron hoof. Leaving this last relic, it reminds people of the civilization of the year