Peru Machu Picchu
Every year millions of tourists make their way to the towering mountains of the Andes range to visit one of the most remarkable architectural marvels of our time. Machu Picchu nicknamed ‘The City of the Incas’ was built sometime around the fifteenth century and was abandoned shortly afterwards with the invasion of the Spaniards. Rediscovered in 1911, it has since become one of the most sought after sightseeing destinations in the world. Cusco is the main starting point for tourists who wish to visit this remarkable city. Flights are accessible to this airport from Lima, the capital city of Peru.