Machu Travel Peru

Pictures from Ollantaytambo

Ollantaytambo stock photos, this typical Inca town, located 93 km northeast of Cuzco, in Sacred Valley of the Incas, was so-named in honor of local chieftain Ollanta, who according to legend fell in love with one of the daughters of Inca ruler Pachacútec and was punished for daring to set his sights on royalty.

The complex, perched on a hilltop overlooking the town, features buildings such as the Temple of the Sun, the Mañaracay or Royal Chamber, the Incahuatana, and the Princess’ Baths. Lose between its ancient streets and relive this ancient love story.