Machu Picchu is mysterious and attractive place for all tourists visiting Peru. If you agree to take this path you need to know more information. Situated high in the Andean hills, Machu Picchu sits atop a ridge overlooking several large valleys. Its iconic status as one of the world's most interesting places to visit means that millions of tourists enter the ancient citadel every year. The large ruins, perfect masonry and strange architecture has baffled researchers for many years and continues to captivate visitors on mass. The ancient city certainly allows us a glimpse into the lost culture of the Incas, but the site often asks more questions than it answers.
Stretched over 13 km², Machu Picchu is a wealth of interesting sites and one can literally spend hours wandering from marvel to marvel, getting lost in a city of wonders.
In order to help you get the most out of your visit to the citadel, we have put together a list of our favourite things to do in Machu Picchu. You may not get time to see them all, but hopefully you’ll be able to tick off quite a few!