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Machu Picchu: 5 reasons to visit this majestic place

20 May 2016

Machu Picchu is one of the destinations that anyone around the world must know at some point, is that this magical place will help you discover a little more about the history of the Inca city that at one time was the capital of a great empire .

It is so for you will be excited to know, then we give you five reasons to visit Machu Picchu.


1. You feel a little self

Machu Picchu is a beautiful place that makes many travelers to meet you run out of words to describe it and feel humbled by your majesty, and that all the videos and photographs that are the site no longer appreciate its beauty in all its splendor.


2. You can explore the Inca Trail:

If you are an adventurous person, perhaps the route that suits you to visit Machu Picchu is doing through the Inca Trail, which is done through high mountain landscapes. Also, you can see the jungle mountains, ruins, fortifications, overlooking beautiful valleys and Andean landscapes, etc.


3. Enjoy it from all angles

Because it is one of the most interesting places in the world, you do not need a guide to help you know. Actually there are many ways to delight with their beauty on your own.


4. You will feel in heaven

If you are lucky enough to reach the Puerta del Sol in Machu Picchu, you can feel in the fog and have the feeling that you are in the clouds.


5. It has the most beautiful viewpoint

We refer to Huayna Picchu, which is 2.557 meters above sea level. Here you will see very interesting ruins and archaeological sites of interest that will draw your browser hidden side.

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