The charming town of Urubamba is enveloped by tall Andean peaks in the heart of the Sacred Valley. Unlike Ollantaytambo and Pisac whose Inca ruins are the main draw, the appeal of Urubamba is the surrounding natural beauty and its laidback vibes. The host of beautiful hotels are the perfect place to disconnect and treat yourself to a luxurious spa treatments. Adventure-packed sports and tours are just a short ride away!
Choose your Sacred Valley Tour
During the reign of the Inca Empire, between the 14th to mid-15th century, the kings ruled over their far reaching lands from Cusco city. Fertile fields in the Sacred Valley yielded bountiful crops so the great civilization never went hungry. To increase crop varieties that grow at different elevations, the Incas ingeniously dug agricultural terraces along mountainsides. Unlike Pisac, Ollantaytambo, and Chinchero, the town of Urubamba was not a site where the Incas constructed a religious temple of outpost.
Francisco Pizarro and his Spanish troops overthrew the Inca Empire in 1531. Despite their organized resistance, the Incas were unable to regain power. The impact of colonization throughout the Sacred Valley is echoed in the colonial-style buildings now lining the streets of Urubamba. Over the centuries, the town grew and earned the reputation as the hub of the Sacred Valley. The church in the town’s central plaza, completed in 1866, is an ode to the spread of Christianity throughout the region.
Plaza de Armas
Locals and travelers mix and mingle in this town’s inviting Plaza de Armas lined by small shops, hotels, and municipality buildings. San Pedro Church (or Iglesia San Pedro in Spanish) dominates the eastern side of the square. Completed in 1866, the colonial church of red sandstone bricks features an altar of wood and silver detail decorated with floral motifs.
Enjoy leisure time in Urubamba on a park bench in the main plaza. The shade of tall pisonay and palm trees offer relief from the strong sun and a beautiful mountain skyline peeks over the surrounding buildings. Activity picks up on the weekends with cultural and gastronomic fairs. When hunger calls, several great restaurants and the local market are just a few blocks away.
Urubamba Train Station
The private train station at Tambo Del Inka Hotel in Urubamba offers exclusive railway service (operated by PeruRail) to Machu Picchu.
- The train ride from Urubamba to Machu Picchu (Aguas Calientes Station) takes about 2.5 – 3 hours.
- Passengers can choose between two different services; the first-class Belmond Hiram Bingham train or the middle-class Vistadome train.
- The Belmond Hiram Bingham train does not run on Sundays.
- Departure and arrival times for the Urubamba Train Station are limited. More railway options are available at the Cusco and Ollantaytambo stations. Talk with your travel advisor about the best train schedule to fit your customized itinerary.
Location: Av. Ferrocarril, Tambo Del Inka Hotel, Urubamba
Hours: Daily, 06:00 to 10:00 hrs and 16:00 to 20:00 hrs
Seminario Ceramics is a privately owned creative studio and workshop in Urubamba. Artists Pablo Seminario and his wife Marilú Behar work as a duo to mold, shape, and paint one-of-a-kind pieces influenced by designs from pre-Hispanic cultures of Peru. On a tour, you can meet Pablo Seminario and learn about his creative process using ancient molding, clay rolling, and sculpturing techniques. Several local artists have been trained by Pablo and Marilú and now work on-site at their workshop. There are a variety of ceramic pots, plates, and vases available for purchase that make for high quality souvenirs that are truly local.
Location: Av. Berriozabal 405, Urubamba
Hours: Daily: 08:00 – 19:00 hrs
The small farming town of Yucay is a 10-minute drive from Urubamba. Santa Apostal Church, which stands prominently between two open plazas, was the first Catholic church built in the Sacred Valley. Yucay is also home to the archaeological site Palace of Sayri Tupac ( or Palacio de Sayritupac). The palace belonged to the last Inca, Sayri Tupac 1350-1558. Scholars believe it was used as an astronomy center aid with the changing seasons and agriculture. Design features and unique structural design features include mural painting in the niches, a clay oven that was used by the Incas to finish pottery, and the representation of an Andean Cross (or Chakana).
Location: 2.5 mi (4 km) from Urubamba (between Urubamba – Pisac)
Things to Do
Delight in an Andean Getaway
The beautiful landscapes and luxurious lodging in Urubamba orchestrate an an idyllic Andean getaway. Escape the bustle of Cusco and treat yourself to a night (or two or three) at a lavish resort or small boutique hotel. Let a relaxing spa treatment and the sound of the Urubamba River coax you into the slower pace of the Sacred Valley. Stare in wide-eyed amazement at the beautiful mountain vistas lounging by the pool of your hotel and enjoy the serenity of the moment. Our recommended Urubamba hotels have been hand selected for their first class amenities and opulent properties. (See Hotels section for more details).
A variety of adrenaline packed tours can be arranged from Urubamba. Which activity answers your call to adventure?
- River Rafting: Tackle the rapids of the Urubamba River with your travel companions and speed past spectacular views of terraced mountainsides. Afterwards, eat lunch by the river. Popular rafting routes in the Sacred Valley run between Urubamba-Ollantaytambo and Vilcanota-Urubamba. These sections of the river have class 2-3 rapids appropriate for first timers rafters and kids.
- Mountain Biking: Explore the extensive network of dirt trails between Pisac and Ollantaytambo on a biking tour. Many routes involve hills, so be prepared for the physical effort. Alternatively, you can rent a bike in Urubamba and leisurely explore the town streets independently. Some hotels even have bikes their guests can use for free.
- Horseback Riding: Saddle up for a high altitude adventure on a horse through Andean terrain. A popular ride near Urubamba goes up to the Maras Salt Pans and circular terraces of Moray.
Note: Ask your travel advisor for a more information about the adventure activities listed above. Private or group tour may be available.
The following are our preferred hotels in Urubamba, selected by our staff for their high service standards and excellent amenities. Hotels in Urubamba are located in the heart of the Sacred Valley, nearby Maras and Moray and an easy ride to Ollantaytambo and Pisac.
5 Star Hotels
The Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel resides on the sweeping property of a 17th century hacienda overlooking the Urubamba River. Each room is adorn with colonial-style decor and has Jacuzzi bathtub. Unwind at the hotel’s Unno Spa with a massage and then soak in the hydrotherapy pools. Guests have their choice to many delicious on-site dining options. Head to Restaurant Gourmet Pukwani for high standards of the country’s traditional dishes or get a dose of Japanese-Peruvian fusion at Kusi Pisco Bar & Sushi Bar. For a lighter proposal, visit Restaurant Rikhuna and then order from the extensive wine list at Cava.
Peruse the hotel’s art gallery and display room featuring reproduction prints of Peruvian photographer Martin Chambi who took the first snapshots of Machu Picchu in 1911 shortly after its discovery by Hiram Bingham. The chapel at Aranwa Sacred Valley features original paintings of the the Cusco Art School.
Address: Huayllabamba-Urubamba (About a 15-minute drive from Urubamba)
Highlight Features: Restaurants & Bars, Internet, Spa, Parking, Business Center, Swimming Pool, Laundry Service, Money Exchange, Museum, Art Gallery, Movie Theater, Golf Carts
photo: Original LAFL photos (may be duplicate from pfl.com)
Rio Sagrado Villas & Spa
Savor some rest and relaxation on your Peru vacation at the Belmond Rio Sagrado Villas & Spa. Located on the outskirts of Urubamba and enveloped by tall peaks, the hotel’s sandstone-orange buildings are akin to a small Andean village. Choose between a deluxe room with a terrace, a garden junior suite, or a spacious villa.
Of particular interest to families are the special children’s activities organized by the hotel. Younger guests can play table tennis or a traditional Peruvian coin toss game called sapo. Upon advanced notice, complimentary art classes can be arranged.
Wander leisurely around the hotel’s well kept gardens or relax by the pool with a pisco sour. Spa Mayu Wilka offers a wide selection of therapies and massages and has a steam room, sauna, and indoor/outdoor Jacuzzi. In the evening, the delicious menu at the El Huerto Restaurant will curb your hunger.
Address: Km. 75.8, Highway Urubamba-Ollantaytambo (About a 15-minute drive from Urubamba)
Highlight Features: Restaurant & Bar, Room Service, Internet, Laundry, Spa, Babysitter
Hotel Sol & Luna
The detail-oriented service at Sol & Luna makes your stay truly memorable. The hotel features 41 adobe casitas decorated with beautiful Andean artwork and surrounded by flower gardens. In-room amenities include luxurious Peruvian Pyma cotton bed linen, top-of-the-line L’Occitane toiletries, and marble tiled bathrooms. Each of the premium casitas have their own private Jacuzzi.
This picturesque hotel is oriented to the traveler who is interested in nature and learning about the local Andean culture. Since its 1996, the owners have worked with local communities and established the Sol & Luna Association to raise money for important educational, cultural and sport programs to improve the quality of life for Sacred Valley residents.
Hotel Sol & Luna offers all the services you need to enjoy an extended stay without ever leaving its sweeping 37 acre (15 hectares) property. The on-site gourmet Killa Wasi restaurant serves local cuisine with a touch of fusion and best paired with wine from the extensive list. Chicha wasi bar is a pleasant lounge-bar. Every hotel guest has free access to the sauna and gym of the Yuca Wasi Spa.
Address: Km 74 Highway Cusco -Ollantaytambo, Fundo Huincho Lote A-5, Urubamba (About a 5-minute drive to the main plaza of Urubamba)
Highlight Features: Restaurant & Bar, Room Service, Internet, Laundry Service, Gym, Parking, Spa
Tambo del Inka
The Hotel Tambo del Inka of Starwood Hotels & Resorts is a luxurious and environmentally-conscious hotel with a great location in Urubamba. It’s the first and only hotel in the Sacred Valley to be granted the prestigious LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification. All contemporary 128 rooms have beds covered with 400-thread-count sheets, opulent Gilchrist & Soames bath amenities, and views over the lush gardens. The hotel’s property, located on the banks of the river, is within convenient walking distance to the plaza of Urubamba. Tambo del Inka also has a private train station offering daily service to Machu Picchu.
Savor the innovative novo Andean dishes prepared at the hotel’s Harwa Restaurant. Then cozy up to the fireplace in the lounge with a cocktail from Kiri Bar. The indoor/outdoor pool is heated, so guests can enjoy a swim anytime of the year. Spa at Valle Sagrado is an extension of the hotel’s luxurious services. Among many unique treatments, ask about the Andean Chocolate Facial, the Firming Coca Massage, and Quinoa Therapy.
Address: Avenida Ferrocarril, Urubamba (4 blocks from the main plaza of Urubamba)
Highlight Features: Restaurant, Room Service, Internet, Laundry Service, Spa, Parking, Gym, Swimming Pool, Gift Shop
4 Star Hotels
Sonesta Posadas del Inca Yucay
Sonesta Posada del Inca Yucay is an oasis of tranquility in the Sacred Valley. The hotel is housed in a beautifully restored 18th century monastery in the small town of Yucay (about a 10-minute taxi ride from Urubamba). All 88 rooms are spacious and have a full bathroom with a bathtub. After a long day of exploration, take a leisure stroll through the hotel’s sweeping property filled with well-kept gardens, beautiful native flowers, and water fountains. Guests enjoy a complimentary breakfast. The on-site Inkafé Restaurant Bar has a delicious menu.
Highlight Features: Restaurant, Room Service, Internet, Laundry Service, Parking, Gift Shop, Bar
The Monasterio Recoleta is a lovely boutique hotel housed in a 17th century monastery. Recently remodeled, the hotel spreads over a single floor layout and boast a modern design with Andean art accents. All of the 32 rooms are spacious and have cable TV, wireless Internet, and heat. Beautiful gardens surround this historic relic and there’s a spacious inner courtyard with a large fountain. The hotel’s Recoleta restaurant has a full menu with Novo Andean options and a good wine list. Guests are offered a complimentary breakfast.
Address: Jiron Recoleta (no number), Urubamba (About a 3-minute drive to the main plaza of Urubamba)
Highlight Features: Restaurant, Room Service, Internet, Parking, Gift Shop
3 Star Hotels
La Casona de Yucay Hotel resides in a lovely colonial house with proud historical roots. In 1825, the estate received Simon Bolivar, Peru’s liberator, as a guest. Today travelers from around the world stay at this 51-room hotel. Many of the rooms feature wooden floors and large windows from which you can soak up beautiful mountain vistas. Larger room suites are a good option for families. The hotel’s Don Manuel Restaurant uses fresh produce from its garden and offers a well rounded menu, including Peruvian and international options.
Address: Plaza Manco 104, Yucay, Urubamba (5-minute to Urubamba)
Highlight Features: Restaurant, Laundry Service, Parking, Gift Shop, Laundry
San Agustin Urubamba is an alluring hacienda-style hotel with distinct Andean wares. Each of the 100 rooms, distributed throughout a two story layout, are spacious and have terracotta-tiled or wood flooring. The beautiful hotel property has an outdoor pool surrounded by lush gardens and orange tree orchards. A complimentary buffet-style breakfast is served at the hotel’s Naranjachallo restaurant.
Address: KM 69 Highway Cusco-Pisac, Urubamba
Highlight Features: Restaurant, Room Service, Internet, Laundry Service, Spa, Gift Shop, Parking, Swimming Pool
Where to Eat
The flavor diversity of Peruvian cuisine is celebrated around the world. In the Sacred Valley, the best variety of traditional and Andean-international fusion food can be found in Urubamba. The kitchens at hotel restaurants are hidden oases of culinary goodness. Other great dining establishments are just a few blocks from the town’s main plaza.
The culinary term Novo Andean is associated with many restaurant menus in Urubamba. It’s a style of cooking that aims to rediscover authentic local ingredients and cooking customs in the Andean region of Peru from pre-colonial times.
The following are a few of our favorite places to eat in Urubamba. Ask your travel advisor for additional recommendations, or search online restaurant guides, such as TripAdvisor, for trending opinions.
Hotel Restaurants in Urubamba
Pukawi Gourmet Restaurant (Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel)
Overview: Traditional Andean and Novo Andean fusion; Dishes include pasta, meat, or fish paired with fresh garden ingredients; Cellar with an exclusive wine collection
Location: Huayllabamba-Urubamba (15-minute drive from Urubamba)
Pricing: Main Dish 40-55 Soles; Desserts 20-30 Soles
Kusi Pisco & Sushi Bar (Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel)
Overview: Japanese and Peruvian fusion; Tapas, sushi, sashimi, tempura, and maki options; Specialty cocktails with pisco and other spirits
Location: Huayllabamba-Urubamba (15-minute drive from Urubamba)
Pricing: Tapas 20-50 Soles; Cocktails 30-40 Soles
El Huerto Restaurant (Belmond Rio Sagrado Villas & Spa Hotel)
Overview: Traditional Peruvian with international zest; Options include salads made from fresh garden veggies and meat (lomo, chicken, lamb, cuy, fish) paired with quinoa or potatoes; El Bar del Huerto
Location: Km. 75.8, Highway Urubamba-Ollantaytambo (15-minute drive from Urubamba)
Hours: Daily, 06:00-20:00 hrs
Pricing: Salads 45-55 Soles; Main Course 65-90 Soles
Killa Wasi (Hotel Sol & Luna)
Overview: Local Peruvian fusion; Menu varies with the season using organic ingredients by in-house chefs; Fine dining in romantic setting with fireplace
Location: Km 74 Highway Cusco -Ollantaytambo, Fundo Huincho Lote A-5, Urubamba (5-minute drive from main plaza of Urubamba)
Hours: Daily, lunch (12:00-15:00 hrs) and dinner (18:00-22:00 hrs)
Hawa Restaurant (Tambo del Inka Hotel)
Overview: Novo Andean and Peruvian fusion; Signature Andean dish is lamb loin cuts topped with sauce smoked in hickory leaves served with quinoa in a champagne soufflé; Casual atmosphere with indoor seating by fireplace or outside
Location: Avenida Ferrocarril, Urubamba (4 blocks from main plaza of Urubamba)
Hours: Daily, breakfast (05:30-10:00 hrs), lunch (12:30-15:00 hrs), dinner (18:30-21:00 hrs)
Inkafé Restaurant Bar (Sonesta Posadas del Inca Yucay Hotel)
Overview: Peruvian, Novo-Andean, and international cuisine; Specialty dishes include pasta salad with chicken and maracuya dressing, spaghetti with cream aji sauce and prawns, and chef’s Lomo Saltado; Breakfast and lunch served buffet-style, dinner a la carte
Location: Plaza Manco II 123, Yucay (About 10 minutes from Urubamba)
Hours: Daily, 04:30 – 22:00 hrs
Overview: Creative fusion Peruvian, Mediterranean, and Asian flavored cuisine; Specialties include Alpaca carpaccio flavored with tomato, sesame seed, and cilantro, etc.; Indoor and outdoor seating; Warm ambiance with Andean decorative accents
Location: Jr. Arica 620, Urubamba (3 blocks from main plaza)
Hours: Mon-Sat (12:30 – 21:30 hrs ), Closed Sunday http://www.elhuacatay.com/
Overview: Peruvian fusion and international; Dishes include traditional dishes, pastas, and pizzas cooked in a wood burning oven; Cozy atmosphere on second level
Location: Av. Mariscal Castilla #640, Urubamba (5 blocks from main plaza)
Hours: Tues-Sun (13:00 – 21:00 hrs), Closed Monday
Overview: Traditional Peruvian; Specialty dishes include lomo saltado, lasagna de ají de gallina, alpaca steak, trout tiradito, and wide range of soups; Relaxing ambiance with courtyard and garden
Location: Calle Grau 654 Urubamba, Cusco (2 blocks from the main plaza)
Hours: Daily, 12:00-23:00 hrs
Age-old traditions weave together with 21st century conveniences in the tourist-frequented towns of the Sacred Valley. The wide range of luxurious hotels and must-eat-at restaurants in Urubamba have introduced facets of modernity to daily life, such as WiFi and demand for English speaking employees. But at the root of the town’s service-based industry is a celebratory respect for Andean tradition, from the decor of hotel rooms to the food menus at local restaurants.
Andean Design Influences
Typical to Andean-style decor, many Urubamba-based hotels and restaurants pull from a palette of rich earth tone colors and splashes of vibrant oranges, yellows, purples and blues. Paintings, ceramic pieces, and alpaca weavings used for decorative purposes often depict Inca iconography. Built into the design of many structures are large windows and outdoor spaces for travelers to soak in the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains.
Food & Drink
The culinary boom of Peru has made its way to the Sacred Valley – more specifically in Urubamba. Chefs blend international flavors with Andean favorites, such as alpaca, llama, and cuy, and cook with locally grown corn, quinoa, and potatoes. The diverse restaurant menus are filled with traditional, Novo Andean, and fusion options. Ask your travel advisor what dishes they recommend.
You’re likely to encounter the word Quechua while visiting the Andean region of Peru. The term Quechua encompasses many cultural elements of language, music, dance, dress, and food that are staples of Andean life. The Quechua people are often referred to as the descendants of the Incas.
Day to day business in Urubamba is conducted in Spanish. But listen carefully and you may also hear the Quechua language spoken by some locals. Many lodging, dining, and spa establishments have Quechua names. The Killa Wasi restaurant at Sol & Luna Hotel is a shining example. Killa Wasi is Quechua for “House of the Moon”. The Mayu Wilka spa at the Belmond Rio Sagrado translates to “sacred river”.
Hotel representatives and restaurant staff often speak English. All of our tour guides speak excellent English.
The town of Urubamba is about a one-hour drive northeast of Cusco. The two-lane highway climbs in elevation from Cusco to a high plateau and passes exits for Chinchero and Maras and Moray before descending into the Sacred Valley to Urubamba. Urubamba is located on the valley floor along the banks of the Urubamba River about halfway between Pisac and Ollantaytambo.
Distances from Urubamba:
- Cusco, 30 mi / 50 km
- Pisac, 25 mi / 40 km
- Ollantaytambo,12 mi / 20 km
- Chinchero, 11 mi / 18 km
The town of Urubamba is located at 9,420 ft (2,870 m) above sea level. This is about 1,700 ft (500 m) lower in elevation than Cusco (11,120 ft/ 3,400 m). Urubamba sits in the shadows of Chicon mountain that towers to an elevation of 18,143 ft (5530 m).
Altitude Sickness and Urubamba
When you first get to Cusco, staying the first couple nights at a lower altitude in Urubamba, instead of Cusco, will helps you acclimate better.
Altitude sickness is a condition caused when you travel from a low elevation to a higher elevation with less air density. Severe reactions to the altitude change are rare and hard to predict. Many travelers only experience minor side effects, including shortness of breath, nausea, headache, and loss of appetite. Before you travel, ask your doctor about medications that are available to prevent altitude sickness.
Dry Season Vs. Rainy Season
Similar to other towns in the Sacred Valley, Urubamba experiences a dry season and a rainy season.
- Dry season (April to October) – Days are usually sunny with little chance of rain. Nights get very chilly, so make sure to bring a warm jacket, mittens, and hat.
- Rainy season (November to March) – Mornings are generally cloudy with light showers and afternoons and evenings can bring heavier rains. Night temperatures drop, but are not as cold during the rainy season.
What is the weather like in Urubamba?
Protected by towering mountains, the town of Urubamba experiences a rather temperate climate located on the Sacred Valley floor. Daytime temperatures average 68-72ºF (20-22ºC). Nighttime temperatures average about 45ºF (8ºC) in the rainy season and dip down to about 35ºF (1ºC) in the dry season.
When is the best time to travel to Urubamba?
The luxurious hotels and delicious dining options in Urubamba can be enjoyed anytime of the year, come rain or shine. Peak travel season in the Andean region is during the months of June, July, and August, when the weather is usually clear and dry. Low season in the months December, January, February and March sees slightly fewer visitors. Occasionally, the Urubamba River floods and can cause traffic delays and road closures.
What Sacred Valley attractions and Inca archaeological sites are near Urubamba?
- Town of Pisac (: Hilltop Inca fortress; Bustling local market; Great souvenir shopping
- Town of Ollantaytambo: Impressive Inca fortress and town; Ollantaytambo train station; Visit an Andean community
- Maras and Moray: Ancient Maras salt pans are still in operation; Large circular terraces of Moray were one an agricultural testing ground to the Incas
- Cusco to Urubamba: The drive from Cusco to Urubamba (30 mi / 50 km) takes about 1 hour. Hiring a taxi or taking private transport (which your travel advisor can arrange) are the quickest and most convenient ways to get there. Public transport (shared vans or buses) is the cheapest option.
- In and around Urubamba: Many restaurants, shops, and the town’s local market in and around the central plaza are easily navigated on foot. Hotels in Yucay are just a 10-minute taxi ride away.
- Urubamba to Inca archaeological sites: Urubamba is centrally located in the Sacred Valley; halfway between Pisac and Ollantaytambo and a short taxi ride down the mountain from Maras and Moray. By staying a Urubamba hotel, you eliminate the round trip from Cusco and maximize the time you spend at your favorite attractions.
- Urubamba to Machu Picchu: There is a private train station at Tambo Del Inka Hotel that offers railway service to the famous Inca citadel.
What to pack
- For a day tour: Temperature and weather conditions can change quickly in the Andes. Dressing in layers is key. Your packing list should include t-shirts, long-sleeve tops, a fleece jacket, and lightweight pants. Hiking boots are ideal for walking up to and around the Inca archaeological complex, but any comfortable pair of shoes with good traction will do. Don’t forget your hat, glasses, and sunblock for sun protection. If rain is expected, pack an umbrella or poncho.
- For a fancy meal: Restaurant option in Urubamba range from casual to fine dining. While dress codes at fancy restaurants aren’t strictly enforced, it’s nice to retire your hiking pants and shoes for one evening. Save room in your suitcase for a nice pair of clothes and shoes.
How much should I tip my tour guide?
Tipping your tour guide is a nice way to show your appreciation. It’s always up to your own discretion how much you leave as a tip. The suggested tip ranges listed below represent a total amount that varies on the number of people in your tour and can be divided amongst everyone.
- Half Day Tour: 10-30 Soles per person
- Full Day Tour: 20-60 Soles per person
Is Urubamba included in a typical Sacred Valley Tour?
A full-day tour of the Sacred Valley usually departs from Cusco. Pisac (market, Inca ruins) is the first stop. Groups stop for lunch in Urubamba and then visit Ollantaytambo (Inca fortress, train station). Book a private tour if you want to stick around Urubamba and explore the attractions of this Sacred Valley hub.
What is a Cusco Tourist Ticket? Do I need it in Urubamba?
A Tourist Ticket (or boleto turistico in Spanish) is an official paper document which gives you access to a variety of museums and Inca ruins in Cusco and the surrounding Sacred Valley. There are not any attractions in the Urubamba that require a tourist ticket. However, entrance to nearby archaeological sites at Moray, Pisac, and Ollantaytambo require the ticket.