Machu Picchu Transportation

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  • 1. By Train

    MACCHU PICCHU The way to get to Macchu Picchu is by "The Expedition Train" from The city of Cuzco This train follows the Urubamaba River along the Urubamamba valley to the small town of "Aguas...

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  • 2. Information / Sources

    When you come out of the train station, you have to go through the craft market, then cross a bridge. To the left, close to or just under another bridge, you will see the Consettur buses all lined up....

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  • 3. Combined Suggestions

    There are several ways to get to Machu Picchu: Inca Trail: There are 2 day and 4 day options. You should book months and months in advance. Obviously, people do this for the experience, but it does...

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  • 4. Getting from Agua Calientes to Machu Picchu

    There are frequent buses that run from Agua Calientes down in the valley all the way up to the top of Machu Picchu. So you can expect to walk on fairly level...

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  • 5. Bus from Aguas Calientes to the Machu Picchu Ruins

    The 20 minute bus ride to Machu Picchu from Aguas Calientes is an adventure in itself. It is a ride through a steep narrow road with scenic views of the...

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  • 6. Que subida a - MACHU PICHU - What a slope!

    Para subir a Machu Pichu desde aguas Calientes , empiezan a salir los autobuses a las 5h30m y suben desde el río hasta arriba por una carretera serpenteante que...

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  • 7. By Bus from Aguas Calientes

    Buses take visitors from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu. The trip takes around 20 minutes and it is not expensive at all. A few visitors prefer to go walking...

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  • 8. Switchback bus

    In order to get to or leave Machu Picchu there is a bus that will take you to/from Aguas Calientes. This takes about half an hour down a narrow switchback that...

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  • 9. Getting to the ruins

    We went with our guide to catch a bus to travel up the steep mountain road. From the station at Aguas Calientes you walk five minutes through the artisan...

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  • 10. Getting up that hill

    There are basicly two ways up to Machu Picchu from Aguascallientes, By bus or by foot. We had gone up Putakusi the day before and had no great desire to climb...

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  • 11. PeruRail

    You can only make reservation for the Vistadome with PeruRail.com, they don't take Backpacker's reservation. You can save some money (and time) by taking the...

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  • 12. Walking

    Walking is the only way of transportation once you start the Inca Trail. And there is no way back, you have to keep on going. Sometimes you wish there was a...

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  • 13. Your "GOODBYE!!" from Machu Picchu

    On the bus ride down from the ruins, you will retrace the same switchbacks you climbed. However, there will be one difference. You'll get serenaded by...

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  • 14. Unless You Walk, You Must Take the Bus

    Unless you're the president of Peru, there really is only one way to get to Machu Picchu. You will take a train to Aguas Caliente, which is the last stop on the...

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  • 15. The Shuttle Bus from Aguas Calientes

    Once you get off the train at Aguas Calientes, you will likely take the shuttle bus up to Machu Picchu. This will cost you $9.00 for a round trip. The journey...

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  • 16. The Bus from Aguas Calientes to MaPi

    If you don't feel like hiking up the steep mountain trail or back down, you can take the bus from Aguas Calientes up to the Machu Picchu entrance.Be aware that...

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  • 17. Be careful driver.....

    Thers a very precarious bus journey up to Machu Picchu,only hope the drivers having a good day,because if he hasnt,it could make "The Long and Winding Road" (...

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  • 18. By Bus

    Getting from Aguas Calientes to MAchu Picchu can involve either a long steep walk or catch an inexpensive bus around the zig zagging road.

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