Machu Picchu Inca Treashure
The Citadel of Machu Picchu is one of the few masterpieces Incas that did not suffer enormous alterations, despite the time and natural phenomena, is the most attractive and daring Inca production. Machu Picchu, the jewel of the Inca architecture, is one of the wonders of the World. Expressing the constructive talent of the man in harmonious conjunction with stunning surrounding landscape, UNESCO declared World Heritage by his dual cultural and natural exponent. You have to live the experience of being in Machu Picchu and will discover all the hidden mysteries here.
The Ticket Machu Picchu Only has two options to choose from, and each option corresponds to one of the two shifts that exist to be able to visit the Inca city of Machu Picchu.
- Morning Shift – Hours: 6.00 am – 12.00 pm. (View information)
- Afternoon Shift – Hours: 12.00 pm – 5.30 pm. (View information)
What Includes Ticket Machu Picchu Only?
This type of ticket allows you to visit the citadel of Machu Picchu which has as main attractions: Intiwatana Temple of the Three Windows, Sun Temple, Temple of the Condor, Main Plaza, Agricultural Zone.
It is necessary to highlight that we always recommend to the visitors purchase the Ticket Machu Picchu Only with plenty of time, because nowadays there is a restriction on the number of people who can enter daily to the Sanctuary.
The maximum capacity to enter to Machu Picchu is 2500 people per day.
If no ticket availability for Machu Picchu Only. You have another option which is the Ticket Machu Picchu + Mountain, this type of ticket allows you to visit the Citadel of Machu Picchu with additional visit Machu Picchu Mountain located in front of the mountain Huayna Picchu. From here you get a panoramic view of Machu Picchu.
Live Availability Ticket Machu Picchu Only
Note: Availability is displayed in real time and corresponds to the number of seats available to the selected date. “0” means that there is no space available.
Machu Picchu Only - Morning shift
This information is provided courtesy of the Regional Directorate of Culture of Cusco.