Machu-Picchu: Machu Picchu is 400 meters above the village of Aguas Calientes where the train from Cuzco arrives.
“The Lost City” of the Incas can be reached by hikers along the world-famous Inca Trail or via railway journey from Cuzco. Machu-Picchu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983, and it is now include on the list of New Seven Wonders of the World.
The site is probably the most familiar symbol of the Inca Empire, due to its unique location, its geological features, and its late discovery in 1911.
Cuzco: Cuzco means “the navel of the world” in Quechua, because it was the political and religious capital of the Inca Empire. There still are remains of the palace of the Incas, the Temple of the Sun and the Temple of the Virgins of the Sun.
Lake Titicaca: It’s the largest lake in the world located over 3,800 meters above sea level, and the largest lake in South America. It covers an area of 8,000 square km and is 170 km long and 65 km wide. Lake Titicaca is a mystical and sacred place.