The Machu Picchu (literally Old Peak or Old Mountain), is an archaeological site located in the pre-Columbian Inca Peru, in the Urubamba valley, about 112 kilometers from the city of Cusco. No wonder if it has been elected as one of the Seven Wonders of the World: steeped in history, the lost city of the Incas can only excite its visitors thanks to the buildings of great architectural value and mystical atmosphere surrounds this beautiful old city. Popular holiday destination all over the world, Machu Picchu is a must for travelers to visit Peru and for those who love history and culture. With a truly outstanding buildings, the complex is divided into two main areas: the agricultural zone, formed by all the terraces for cultivation, (located to the south), and the urban area, which is where they lived and where the occupants are developed the main civil and religious activity. A magnificent royal residence, a magnificent temple used for ceremonies related to the June solstice, and much more await visitors to give them unique and unforgettable emotions.