The Machu Picchu mountain offers less steep roads for your visit, wider and visually less terrifying. When booking the tickets to Machu Picchu think about all the people that come with you on your trip, this trek is ideal if you come with children or with elderly people highly recommended your visit to the mountain of Machu Picchu.
On the other hand, is the Machu Picchu Mountain. This massif is located in the high mountain range that surrounds the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, a little further than the mountain of Huaynapicchu. The Machu Picchu Mountain or is the Quechua name that translates as “Old Mountain” is not as popular as Waynapicchu but it is a slightly less extreme and equally breathtaking for all visitors.
This massif offers a totally different perspective to Huaynapicchu, delivering incredible panoramic postcards of the valley that houses the Inka citadel of Machu Picchu. In addition, this walk is a little less demanding, although it uses more time.
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• At 10 am approx. You will be picked up from the hotel and then go by bus to the town of Ollantaytambo
• At 1 pm You will be taken by train to Aguas Calientes
• At 3 pm Arrive and our transfer will be waiting you at the station for accommodation on the hotel chosen.
*At Afternoon visit the thermal baths or make a stroll in the small town of Aguas Calientes,
• At 8 pm briefing or brief talk with the guide who will inform you about the Machu Picchu tour.
• Early at 5:40 am , a bus take you to the citadel of Machu Picchu with a trip of 20 minutes, where you will have a 2 hours guided tour in the main sectors of Machu Picchu
• From 10 am -a 1 pm it will be the addressed time to climb the mountain from Machu Picchu and by this way enjoy the beautiful scenery and have a breathtaking view of Machu Picchu in Peru wonder *Then free time until 4 pm that Machu Picchu is closed. In your spare time you can enjoy Machu Picchu in its amplitude size and take pictures.
*It is possible to hike to Machu Picchu at 1:30 and in this case should start waking up at 4:30 am.
At the appointed time take the train to Ollantaytambo where our bus will bring you back approx arriving to the city in 4 hours.
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The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu is usually interpreted as a “royal estate” of the Inca ruler Pachacuti. This idea is challenged here by a critical reappraisal of existing sources and a re-analysis of existing evidences of Machu Picchu. It is shown that such evidences actually point at a quite different interpretation in Peru (Tours Peru Machupicchu).
This interpretation is suggested, on one side, by several clues coming from the urban layout Machu Picchu tours, the interior arrangement of the town Machu Piccchu, the ancient access ways, the position with respect to the landscape and the cycles of the celestial bodies in Inca times and, on the other side, by a comparison with known information about the Inca pilgrimage center on the Island of the Sun of the Titicaca lake (Tours Peru). Altogether, the above mentioned clues lead to propose that Machu Picchu was intentionally planned and built as a pilgrimage center connected with the Inca “ cosmovision” (Tours Peru Machupicchu).
This paper analyzes one of the most beautiful and enigmatic achievements ever reached by architecture worldwide Machu Picchu. It is an ancient Andean town whose original name is unknown; it is anyway famous with the name Machu Picchu. Although it may seem strange at a first glance for such a renewed archaeological site Machu Picchu, the reason why the town was built, the date at which it was built, the ruler who ordered its construction, the reason why it was abandoned, in a word, the interpretation of this place are unknown as well (Tours Peru Machupicchu). For reasons we do not know indeed, Machu Picchu was abandoned and forgotten; it was brought again to the attention of the world only with the famous 1911 Hiram Bingham’s expedition tours (see Bingham 1952, or Salazar-Burger 2004 for an up-to-date account Machupicchu). Immediately after its “re-discovery Machu Picchu” the site was enveloped by a halo of mystery (Tours Peru Machupicchu). Bingham by himself thought it to be the “lost capital” of the last Inca reign, Vilcabamba, an interpretation that we know to be untenable today, and various errors and misunderstandings further contributed to the confusion, such as, for instance, a high over-estimate of the percentage of feminine bones found in the burials, a thing that caused the suspicion that Machu Picchu could have been a sanctuary inhabited by Inca’s “Virgins of the Sun” (Tours Peru Machupicchu).
Machu Picchu Living without interpretation schemes is extremely difficult in any science (e.g. Physics) and Archaeology is no exception. Therefore, archaeologists have adopted a scheme, a sort of dogma on the true meaning of the town: the idea that Machu Picchu has to be identified as one of the “royal estates” of the Inca Pachacuti (Rowe 1990) (Tours Peru Machupicchu).
What is today customarily called a Inca “royal estate” was a land property, nominally owned by the king and managed by his family clan. A royal estate was typically composed by agricultural lands and “palaces” meant as residences for the ruler and the elite (Tours Peru Machupicchu). These places were used for amusement (such as hunting) and perhaps also for treating state affairs. A good example of royal estates is Chincero, property of Topa Inca, described in details by the chronicler Betanzos as a property “where to go for recreation” and thoroughly analyzed by Niles (1999). Other important Inca sites have been interpreted as royal estates as well, and in particular Pisac and Ollantaytambo. To the best of the present author’s knowledge, however, there is no textual evidence whatsoever showing that Pisac was a royal estate (Pisac is never mentioned in the Spanish chronicles). More convincing is the case of Ollantaytambo (Protzen 1993) (Tours Peru Machupicchu).
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