Travel: Machu Picchu: Sale of tickets on site now allowed

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after the recent protests by tourists in front of the Inca-Ruinenstadt Machu Picchu in Peru can also be bought on site in the future. The Peruvian Ministry of Culture said that up to 1000 tickets a day are now to be sold in the nearby Machupicchu village.

Die Ruinenstätte Machu Picchu gehört zu den wichtigsten Touristenattraktionen Südamerikas und zählt seit 1983 zum Unesco-Weltkulturerbe. © Marco Garro/dpa The Machu Picchu ruin site is one of the most important tourist attractions in South America and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983.

currently output 4044 tickets to the famous ruins every day. So far, all tickets have been available online. However, the residents had complained that fewer and fewer tourists come to the village and spend money in the hotels, restaurants and souvenir shops. They demanded the sale of tickets on site and threatened to strike.

had demonstrated hundreds of visitors before the Machu Picchu entrance because they could no longer get tickets and were not left in. The Ministry of Culture again called on the tour operators not to bring any tourists to Machu Picchu if all tickets are already sold out.

The Machu Picchu ruins is one of the most important tourist attractions in South America and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983. The city was built by the Incas in the 15th century and consists of around 200 buildings.

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