Videos de Machu Picchu

Know everything about the tickets to Machu Picchu, the tours, the tour guide service, the Huayna Picchu, the Machu Picchu mountain and more. The videos are produced by ‘Imachupicchu’ to inform the visitor about the trip to the ‘Wonder of the world’.

The entrances to Machu Picchu

There are three types of entrance tickets to Machu Picchu: a) the ‘Machupicchu Only’ entrance, b) the ‘Machupicchu + Huayna Picchu’ entrance and c) the ‘Machupicchu + Montaña’ entrance. Learn how to buy them, availability and everything that allows you to know within the Inca city.

This is the tour to Machu Picchu

The 1-day tour to Machu Picchu includes everything you need for the visit: the transfer to the Ollantaytambo station, the train trip to Aguas Calientes, the final bus ticket to Machu Picchu, the entrance to Machu Picchu, the tour guide service and return to Cusco. Get to know how the tour is step by step.

This is the tour with a tour guide through Machu Picchu

The tour of Machu Picchu with a tour guide is optional. Even so, the best way to get to know the Inca city is in the company of a tour guide. In this video, a professional guide will explain every detail of the tour, its temples, Inca sites, and more.

This is the Huayna Picchu mountain

The Huayna Picchu mountain is the summit that stands out in the classic photo of the Inca city. Learn through this video how is the walk to the top of this mountain and how is the additional route that leads to the mysterious temple of the moon.

This is the Machu Picchu mountain

The Machu Picchu mountain is the highest peak of the Inca city. Getting there is not easy because it requires a great physical effort. Find out how to go, how long it takes and what the route is like through this educational video.

This is the Intipunku and the Inca Bridge

Inside Machu Picchu there are two alternative routes to the classic route. The walk to the Intipunku (the Puerta del Sol) and the route to the Inca bridge, in one of the limits of the Inca city. Find out what the walks to these sites are like and which ticket you should choose.

This is the trip by bus and on foot to Machu Picchu

The trip to Machu Picchu begins in the city of Cusco with the train route to the town of Aguas Calientes. From there you only have to travel 10 kilometers to reach the hill where Machupicchu is located. Learn how to do this section by bus or on foot through this educational video.

This is the train trip to Machu Picchu

The train trip to Machu Picchu can be made through one of the two existing companies: Inca Rail and Peru Rail. This last company offers different train services, the most requested are the Expedition train and the Vistadome. Find out what their differences are and which one to choose to make the dream trip to the wonder of the world.

Enjoy the trip to Machu Picchu with the best services

Choose one of the 5 types of tickets

The entrance to Machu Picchu offers discounts for university students, those under 18 years of age and citizens of Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia. Children under 3 years enter free! Get your entry to 'mapi' here.

We take you wherever you want in Cusco

The private transportation service takes you to any tourist destination in Cusco. Travel with total security in a private service for you, your partner, your friends or family. Includes pick up service from the airport or transfer to Machu Picchu train station, book here!

An unforgettable train trip to Machu Picchu

In total there are four tourist train services to Machu Picchu: Expedition, Vistadome, Vistadome Observatory and the Hiram Bingham luxury train. They all belong to the prestigious Peru Rail company. Buy the tickets here! Take advantage of the discounts!

Get on the final bus to Machu Picchu

The train trip will leave you in the town of Aguas Calientes, 10 kilometers from Machu Picchu. For this last section you must get the bus to Machu Picchu, a comfortable service that takes care of the environment of the wonder of the world. Buy your bus ticket here!

Tour Machu Picchu with a professional guide

In Machu Picchu the tour guide service is not mandatory. However, most tourists decide to go accompanied by a guide. This way they will be able to fully understand the history and importance of the wonder of the Incas.

Machupicchu all inclusive 1 day

If you do not want to buy each ticket to Machu Picchu separately, it is best to hire an all-inclusive tour. Includes: transfer to the station, train ticket, tour guide, entrance fee and lunch option at the best ‘mapi’ restaurant. Book the tour here!