Inca Empire during its existence has built a system of more than 40 000 kilometers of roads connecting the remote ends of the vast empire, from the north of Quito (Ecuador) to the south of Santiago (Chile) and east to Mendoza (Argentina). Cusco was the center of this great empire. Almost all the major roads in the mountains around Cuzco were built or improved by the Incas. However, the greatest fame a beautiful 43 kilometer stretch of road leading to Machu Picchu called Inca Trail bought, which passes by the archaeological site Runkurakay, Sayacmarca, Phuyupatamarca and Wiñay Wayna. In the past 30 years, it became known as the “Road of the Incas to Machu Picchu” (Inca Trail to Machu Picchu).
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Ayutthaya is an ancient city in Thailand located near Bangkok, 100 km to the north of it. The city is the ancient capital of the eponymous kingdom preceding Siam. In 1991, the historic center of Ayutthaya was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Before the fall of Ayutthaya in, […]
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Cusco attracts many visitors with its modern western style that perfectly harmonize with the indigenous world. It is the contrast that makes this place a real catch for many tourists. Most of them are interested in visiting Machu Picchu. Some of them prefer trekking for four days while others take […]