Comprehensive guide and gallery. Includes links to over 200 related sites.
Detailed information and 360 degrees views of plazas, buildings and temples of the Citadel and the Inca Trail.
UNESCO describes the park established to protect the landscape of the renowned Macchu Picchu archaeological site, founded by the Inca culture, and its management. Includes a bibliography.
Descriptions and photographs of the ruins along the trail, personal account of the hike and how it has changed, details of a novel set in the area and links to related sites.
One of the luckiest breaks in the history of exploration must have been when Hiram Bingham stumbled on Machu Picchu. An article by Robin Hanbury-Tenison from Travel Intelligence.
Louis H. Albert's photographs of this stunning fortress city of the ancient Incas, virtually intact when discovered by Hiram Bingham in 1911.
Meghan A. Porter describes this Inca city located high in the Andes Mountains for Minnesota University's Emuseum. Includes photographs, links and references.
Melinda Reese gives a readable introduction to this astounding survival of Inca culture, with a bibliography and related links.
Labyrinthina hosts extracts from Hiram Bingham's 'Lost City of the Incas' - the story of his discovery of Machu Picchu in 1911.
History of religion, social customs, ruins, and disappearance of the Incas from Machu Picchu.