Este bilhete lhe concede acesso geral apenas à cidadela de Machu Picchu, com horários de entrada das 6h às 12h (06h00 às 12h00). No entanto, o tempo máximo que você será permitido em Machu Picchu é de 4 horas. Por exemplo, se você chegar às 11:30 da manhã, você poderá estar em Machu Picchu por 4 horas, uma vez que você entrar.
Você deve ser acompanhado por um guia oficial de Machu Picchu durante todo o tempo da sua visita. Certifique-se de que contrata um guia Machu Picchu antes do tempo.
O seu ingresso Machu Picchu deve ser impresso em papel . Não será aceite o seu ingresso no Machu Picchu de um celular ou dispositivo móvel. Você também deve fornecer seu passaporte original. O nome no seu passaporte e seu ingresso Machu Picchu devem corresponder.
Todos os ingressos Machu Picchu são não transferíveis e não reembolsáveis. Todos os ingressos Machu Picchu são válidos apenas por 1 dia, apenas para a data e horário indicado no bilhete. Você não pode voltar a entrar no Machu Picchu quando você sair, então fique a certeza de que está preparado para permanecer dentro do tempo todo. Não há banheiros ou comida permitida dentro de Machu Picchu, então planeje em conformidade.
Machu Picchu has two sectors of roughly equal size, the Agricultural Sector and the Urban Sector. Although the main attractions of Machu Picchu are spread out across the site, the good concentration of them are found in the Urban Sector.
With this Machu Picchu ticket you will be able to see the following attractions:
This Machu Picchu ticket does not allow you access to Huayna Picchu Mountain, Machu Picchu Mountain (Machu Picchu Montaña) or the Machu Picchu Museum.
Machu Picchu is the ancient Incan city known for its intriguing architectural and archeological sites and is even one of the New 7 Wonders of the world, but it is also known for its other longtime residents — llamas!Read More on Machu Picchu Llamas
Marking the original entrance to Machu Picchu, the Guardhouse also known as the Caretakers Hut is the perfect spot for panoramic views of the citadel and to take the best photos.Read More on Machu Picchu Guard House
Intihuatana, a Quechua word meaning “hitching post of the sun,” is an important stone possibly used as a sun dial or for astronomical purposes as well as spiritual and religious ceremoniesRead More on Machu Picchu Intihuatana
Linking an original Inca Trail coming from Vilkabamba Choqekirao, the Inca drawbridge is a pleasant 15 minutes hike to the rear of Machu PicchuRead More on Machu Picchu Inca Bridge
The Main Temple is an impressive rectangular-floored building forming part of the Sacred Plaza. Its walls feature trapezoidal niches and stone pegsRead More on Machu Picchu Main Temple
A small natural cave formed by a large rock, The Royal Tomb has some of the finest masonry at Machu Picchu, and is thought to be the resting place of leadersRead More on Machu Picchu Royal Tomb
A plaza formed by the Main Temple, the Temple of 3 Windows and the Priest’s house – the finest-built structures in Machu Picchu is located in the Urban SectorRead More on Machu Picchu Sacred Plaza
Located high above Machu Picchu, the Sun Gate was thought to have been a military outpost controlling the principle entrance to Machu PicchuRead More on Machu Picchu Sun Gate
Located in the lower urban sector of Machu Picchu, the Sacred Rock (also called Wank’a) is flanked by 2 large shelters and was used for important Inca ritualsRead More on Machu Picchu Sacred Rock
The Sun Temple is the only building in Machu Picchu to feature a semi-circular wall. It encloses a large stone alter, probably used for spiritual worship and sacrificeRead More on Machu Picchu Sacred Rock
A finely crafted temple situated on Machu Picchu’s Sacred Plaza, featuring three large trapezoidal windows, all of which face the sunriseRead More on Machu Picchu Temple of The Sun
There is essentially one controlled circular route or trail that you follow when visiting Machu Picchu; it is well marked and fairly easy to follow. You can choose to take either the upper-route which runs clockwise around the citadel or the lower-route running anticlockwise. Although a challenging start to your tour of Machu Picchu, the upper route first takes you to the Guardhouse where there are panoramic views of the entire citadel. The Inka Bridge and the Sun Gate are not located within the main Agricultural and Urban Sectors of Machu Picchu. Rather, these 2 attractions are located on the outskirts of the citadel. The Inka Bridge and the Sun Gate can be visited at any time.