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Macchu Pichu is Peru’s most visited tourist attraction and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The ruin has 140 constructions, including temples, sanctuaries, parks, residences and houses with thatched roofs. From the city of Cuzco it takes about 3.5 hours to get there by train, or a 2 to 4 day journey on foot from the Urubamba Valley up through the Andes mountain range. The trip involves having to sleep on tents and the traveler must be reasonably fit. The pictures of the ruins and the surrounding countryside are spectacular and one wonders how they managed to transport and built that for many years lost Inca city!