Machu Picchu Tickets

Machu Picchu Ticket is the easiest and fastest way to get your entry ticket to the wonder of the world Machu Picchu. Do you dream of visiting Machu Picchu? Now there are 10 different experiences that Machu Picchu offers you. Choose the ticket of your preference! You will be able to get to know the incredible Inca city, live the ultimate adventure of climbing Wayna Picchu, travel the beautiful trails of the Machu Picchu Mountain, appreciate the Inca Bridge or reach the summit of the new Huchuy Picchu. Getting to know Machu Picchu has never been so easy!

LAST UPDATE 2024!

  • We are ‘Ticket Machu Picchu’, an authorized tourism agency in Cusco specialized in selling tickets to the wonder of the world.

  • The available tickets allow you to visit various attractions of Machu Picchu, such as: the Intipunku, the Inca Bridge, the Great Cavern, the Huayna Picchu, the Huchuy Picchu, the mountain Machu Picchu and more.

  • With the purchase of any of our services, get the digital book ‘Cusco and Machu Picchu Complete Guide’ for free. Don’t miss out on your ticket to Machu Picchu!

Factors to take into account before purchasing your ticket to Machu Picchu

Types

Do you want to visit Machu Picchu and don’t know where to start? Step 1 is to choose between one of the 10 new ticket types: All ticket types offer different experiences and photographs in the Inca city. Learn more!

Availability

All tickets have limited availability. That is why it is necessary to purchase them in advance. Especially the ‘Circuit 2 Classic Route’ and ‘Circuit 2 Lower Terrace Route’ tickets. It is advisable to get this ticket 3 or 4 months in advance.

Prices

Each type of ticket to Machu Picchu offers discounts for university students and visitors from the Andean Community of Nations (Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia). They also changed prices and ticket types. Get to know them!

First you have to be sure if there are spaces available in Machu Picchu

Are there free spaces to visit Machupicchu? Buy your tickets in advance and ensure your place in the Wonder of the World. Remember that all tickets have limited availability so it is advisable to buy them in advance.

Most popular tickets in Machu Picchu

The most popular tickets in Machu Picchu offer routes in three different circuits around the Inca city. The ticket ‘Classic Photo in Machu Picchu’ includes the tour of circuit 1, where you get the classic photo. The ‘Classic Machu Picchu’ ticket offers the most complete visit to the Inca constructions of the Inca city (two types of tickets are included, both very similar). The ticket ‘Temples of the lower part of Machu Picchu’ offers the tour of circuit 3, which offers visits to temples such as the House of the Inca or the Temple of the Sun. In addition, treks to the mountains surrounding Machu Picchu are offered, the most popular is the route to Huayna Picchu mountain, which also includes the visit to Machu Picchu through circuit 3.

Entrada Machu picchu + Huchuy Picchu

Machu Picchu Classic Circuit Tickets

(Routes 2 and 3 the most popular)

What includes?

  1. Ticket Machu Picchu Classic / Ticket Machu Picchu Classic (lower circuit) / Ticket Machu Picchu Classic Photo / Ticket Machu Picchu Picchu Temples of the lower part.
  2. Classic photos and tour of the archaeological site (circuit 2).

Entry times

    • Admission hours: group 1 (from 6 to 7 am) Group 2 (from 7 to 8 am) Group 3 (from 8 to 9 am) group 4 (from 9 to 10 am) Group 5 (from 10 to 11 am) Group 6 (from 11 to 12 pm) group 7 (from 12 to 1 pm) Group 8 (from 1 to 2 pm) Group 9 (from 2 to 3 pm) Group 10 (from 3 to 4 pm).
 
  • Stay time in Machu Picchu of 2 hours 30 minutes on average.
  • Purchase 2 or 3 months before recommended.
  • Ticket for all ages.
 
Huayna Picchu Mountain

Ticket Machu Picchu + Huayna Picchu


What includes?

  1. Visit to Huayna Picchu mountain
  2. Temples of Machu Picchu (lower part).
  3. Circuit 3.

Entry times

    • Schedule 1: entrance to Machupicchu from 6 am to 6.30 am / Entrance to Huayna Picchu until 8 am.
    • Schedule 2: entrance to Machupicchu from 9 am to 9.30 am / Entrance to Huayna Picchu until 11 am.
 
  • Visit to Huayna Picchu for a maximum of 3 hours.
  • Visit to Machu Picchu of 1 hour maximum
  • Route to Huayna Picchu for people over 18 years old
 
Machupichcu Mountain

Ticket Machu Picchu + Mountain


What includes?

  1. Visit to Machupicchu mountain.
  2. Classic postcard photo of Machu Picchu.
  3. Circuit 1.

Entry times

    • Schedules 1: Entrance to Machupicchu from 6 am to 6.30 am / Entrance to the Mountain until 8 am.
    • Schedules 2: Entrance to Machupicchu from 8 am to 8.30 am / Entrance to the Mountain until 10 am.
 
  • Visit to the Mountain for a maximum of 4 hours.
  • Visit to a panoramic circuit of 1 hour maximum.
  • Mountain route for people over 18 years old.
 
Huchuy Picchu Mountain

Ticket Machu Picchu + Huchuy Picchu

(available from June 1 to October 15)


What includes?

  1. Visit to small mountain Huchuy Picchu.
  2. Temples of Machu Picchu (lower part).
  3. Circuit 3.

Entry times

    • Schedules 1: Entrance to Machupicchu from 11 am to 11.30 am / Entrance to Huchuy Picchu until 12 am.
    • Schedules 2: Entrance to Machupicchu from 1 pm to 1.30 pm / Entrance to Huchuy Picchu until 2 pm.
 
  • Visit to Huchuy Picchu for a maximum of 1 hour.
  • Visit to Machu Picchu of 1 hour 30 minutes maximum.
  • Route to Huchuy Picchu for people over 18 years old.
 

Tickets Hiking experiences to new temples of Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu has Inca constructions in points far from the Inca citadel. Visiting these new Inca temples is done through simple and arduous walks. The ‘Machu Picchu + Temple of the Moon’ ticket is the most arduous walk as it covers more than 2 kilometers to the little-known ‘Great Cavern’. The ‘Machu Picchu + Intipunku’ ticket offers the route to the famous Puerta del Sol, with beautiful views of the entire place. The ‘Machu Picchu + Inca Bridge’ ticket allows the route of less than 1 kilometer to the Inca Bridge, on the eastern limit. All tickets offer a visit to Machu Picchu.

Inca Bridge Machu Picchu

Ticket Machu Picchu + Inca Bridge

(available from June 1 to October 15)


What includes?

  1. Visit to the Inca Bridge.
  2. Classic postcard photo of Machu Picchu.
  3. Circuit 1.

Entry times

    • Schedule 1: Group 1 (from 8 to 9 am) Group 2 (from 9 to 10 am)
    • Schedule 2: Group 3 (from 10 to 11 am) Group 4 (from 11 to 12 am)
 
  • Visit time to the Inca Bridge of 1 hour.
  • Visit time in Machu Picchu of 2 hours.
  • Ticket for people over 18 years old.
 
Inti Punku Machupicchu

Ticket Machu Picchu + Inti Punku

(available from June 1 to October 15)


What includes?

  1. Visit to the Intipunku (Sun Gate).
  2. Classic postcard photo of Machu Picchu.
  3. Circuit 1.

Entry times

    • Entry times 1: Group 1 (from 8 to 9 am) Group 2 (from 9 to 10 am).
    • Entry times 2: Group 3 (from 10 to 11 am) Group 4 (from 11 to 12 am).
 
  • Visit time to Intipunku of 2 hours.
  • Visit time in Machu Picchu of 2 hours.
  • Ticket for all ages.
 
Temple of the Moon Machupicchu

Ticket Machu Picchu + Temple of the Moon

(available from June 1 to October 15)


What includes?

  1. Visit to the Temple of the Moon (Great Cavern).
  2. Temples of Machu Picchu (lower part).
  3. Circuit 3.

Entry times

    • Schedule 1: Entrance to Machupicchu from 6 am to 6.30 am / Entrance to Great Cave until 8 am.
    • Schedule 2: Entrance to Machupicchu from 9 am to 9.30 am / Entrance to Huayna Picchu until 11 am.
 
  • Visit to the Great Cavern for a maximum of 4 hours.
  • Visit to Machu Picchu of 1 hour maximum.
  • Route to Great Cavern for people over 18 years old.
 

Learn more about the circuits

  • Circuit 1 – Panoramic circuit as it offers the classic postcard photo of Machu Picchu, which can be obtained from the terraces of the Guardian House sector. To get there you must ascend for 15 or 30 minutes through stone stairs. There you can see Inca terraces and the best view of the archaeological site
  • Circuit 2Most complete circuit because, in addition to the classic photo from a point of view close to the Guardian’s House, it allows you to visit the most important Inca constructions, such as: the Temple of the Sun, the Main Temple, the Sacred Rock, the Temple of the 3 Windows, the Temple of the Condor and more.
  • Circuit 3 – Circuit that allows a beautiful photo of Machu Picchu from the lower part (agricultural sector). In addition, it allows you to take a tour of the buildings in the lower part, such as: the House of the Inca, the Temple of the Sun, the Sacred Rock, the Temple of the Condor (or the Water Mirrors) and the Water Fountains.
Complete Machupicchu Circuits
Machupicchu Circuits

Prices of entrance tickets to Machu Picchu

Ticket Type to Machu Picchu *ForeignAndean Community Colombia, Bolivia, EcuadorPeruvians
Adult
Student, child
Adult
Student, child
Adult
Student, child
Ticket Machu Picchu Only57.00 USD32.00 USD28.00 USD18.00 USD24.00 USD15.00 USD
Ticket Machu Picchu + Huayna Picchu75.00 USD51.00 USD47.00 USD35.00 USD44.00 USD33.00 USD
Ticket Machu Picchu + Mountain75.00 USD51.00 USD47.00 USD35.00 USD44.00 USD33.00 USD
Ticket Machu Picchu + Huchuypicchu57.00 USD32.00 USD28.00 USD18.00 USD24.00 USD15.00 USD
Ticket Machu Picchu + Inca Bridge57.00 USD32.00 USD28.00 USD18.00 USD24.00 USD15.00 USD
Ticket Machu Picchu + Inti Punku57.00 USD32.00 USD28.00 USD18.00 USD24.00 USD15.00 USD
Ticket Machu Picchu + Temple of the Moon75.00 USD51.00 USD47.00 USD35.00 USD44.00 USD33.00 USD

*Each type of ticket offers a different route through the archaeological site of Machu Picchu.

Prices include IGV 18% (General Sales Tax). Prices crossed out means that tickets are not available.


Solve your doubts with these 8 questions about Machu Picchu tickets

Quickly resolve your doubts about tickets to Machu Picchu through these 8 questions that summarize what you should know before the trip.

1) Do you want suggestions to find the best ticket to Machu Picchu?

Don’t know how to visit Machu Picchu? A good option is to go on your own (without a tour). To do this you must buy the Machu Picchu ticket online. There are up to 10 types of tickets:

Low season (October 16 – May 31)

  • Ticket Machu Picchu Classic Photo – Allows the classic photo of Machu Picchu but not the tour of its Inca constructions (religious and urban sector).
  • Ticket Machu Picchu + Mountain – Allows the classic photo of Machu Picchu, but not the tour of its Inca constructions (religious and urban sector). In addition, it allows the hike to the Machu Picchu mountain.
  • Ticket Machu Picchu Classic – Allows you to visit the Inca city of Machu Picchu (allows classic photo) as well as its main Inca constructions: Temple of the Sun, Main Temple, Sacred Rock, Temple of the Condor, etc.
  • Ticket Machu Picchu Classic Lower Terrace – Allows you to visit the Inca city of Machu Picchu (allows classic photos from the lower terrace) as well as its main Inca constructions: Temple of the Sun, Main Temple, Sacred Rock, Temple of the Condor, etc.
  • Ticket Machu Picchu Lower part temples – Allows you to visit the Inca city of Machu Picchu through the lower part (nice photo) with buildings, such as: House of the Inca, Temple of the Sun, Sacred Rock, Temple of the Condor and more.
  • Ticket Machu Picchu + Huayna Picchu – Allows you to visit the Inca city of Machu Picchu through the lower part (nice photo) with buildings, such as: House of the Inca, Temple of the Sun, Sacred Rock, Temple of the Condor and more. In addition, it offers the hike to the top of Huayna Picchu.

High season (June 1 – October 15)

  • Ticket Machu Picchu + Inti Punku – Allows the classic photo of Machu Picchu, but not the tour of its Inca constructions (religious and urban sector). In addition, it allows the walk to Intipunku (Sun Gate).
  • Ticket Panoramic Circuit + Inca Bridge – Allows the classic photo of Machu Picchu, but not the tour of its Inca constructions (religious and urban sector). In addition, it allows the walk to the Inca Bridge.
  • Ticket Machu Picchu + Huchuy Picchu – Allows you to visit the Inca city of Machu Picchu through the lower part (nice photo) with buildings, such as: House of the Inca, Temple of the Sun, Sacred Rock, Temple of the Condor and more. In addition, it offers the hike to the top of Huchuy Picchu.
  • Ticket Machu Picchu + Temple of the Moon – Allows you to visit the Inca city of Machu Picchu through the lower part (nice photo) with buildings, such as: House of the Inca, Temple of the Sun, Sacred Rock, Temple of the Condor and more. In addition, it offers the hike to the top of the Great Cavern.

2) Which tickets to Machu Picchu sell out the fastest?

The tickets most used by visitors are the ‘Circuit 2 Classic Route’ and ‘Circuit 2 Lower Terrace Route’ tickets as they allow the classic photo and tour of the main Inca constructions. These tickets must be purchased 2 or 3 months in advance.

3) What is the best option from the mountains to Machu Picchu?

Did you know that the Huayna Picchu trek is considered one of the best in the world? According to tourists, the ‘Huayna’ is the best option because it includes Inca temples such as the mysterious ‘Temple of the Moon’. However, both Machu Picchu Mountain and Huayna Picchu offer spectacular hikes to the top of Machu Picchu. In addition, not long ago the route to the top of the Huchuy Picchu mountain was created. Remember that only people over 18 years old can enter Huayna Picchu. Therefore, if you are traveling with children, the other mountains are the best options.

4) What documents are required to purchase your ticket to Machu Picchu?

Buying the ticket to Machu Picchu is super easy! To acquire any of the tickets to Machu Picchu it is necessary to send a digital photo of the passport or valid identity document. If the visitor is a university student, they can send the digital photo of their university card (ISIC is no longer accepted) and thus access a special discount. Remember that these documents must be valid until the date of visit to Machu Picchu. At the entrance gate to the Inca city, they will check that your document matches the information provided on the ticket. So don’t forget to take your document with you!

5) How to buy the ticket to Machu Picchu for 2024?

Did you know that you can buy your ticket to Machu Picchu 2025 from 2024? Yes, you just have to make the purchase online and wait until December for the tickets to be sent. (that’s the rules of the Peruvian authorities). Remember that this is the safest way to get your tickets in advance and thus not miss out on visiting Machu Picchu.

6) How to get discounts when booking tickets to Machu Picchu?

The advantage of buying the Machu Picchu entrance here is that you can access various discounts:

  • Discounts for minors – You only need to send a digital photo of the children’s passport or identity document (valid for under 18 years old). Minors enter accompanied by their father or mother.
  • Discounts for university students – You only need to send a digital photo of the valid university card (valid for undergraduate students under 25 years of age). The ISIC card is no longer valid.
  • Discounts for Andean Community – You only have to send the digital photo of the passport, identity document or immigration card (valid for citizens of Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia). Children and college students from these countries have an even greater discount.

7) What is the best time to visit Machu Picchu?

Machu Picchu is open every day of the year from 6 am to 5 pm Any time is ideal to go. However, due to its remoteness from the city of Cusco (4 hours by train); it is best to enter from 9 am, 10 am or more. Keep in mind that Machu Picchu is visited by fewer tourists in the afternoon so you can take better photos! If you are lucky enough to spend the night in Machu Picchu town (Aguas Calientes), you can enter from 6 am and thus see the sunrise in the Inca city. Most tourists choose to visit Machu Picchu early. So they will have free time to visit the town of Aguas Calientes in the afternoon!

8) Can I visit Machu Picchu with children?

Of course! Machu Picchu and all its tourist attractions are open to children, adults and seniors. The only exceptions are the Huayna Picchu mountain, the Machu Picchu mountain, the Inca Bridge and the Intipunku (valid for those over 18 years old). If you are looking for adventure, Huchuy Picchu mountain is the best option to go with children. If you are looking for something different for your child, the Machu Picchu site museum is a good option. Apart from the display of Inca objects, there is a botanical garden and a butterfly garden that are very attractive for the little ones.