One of the most popular archaeological sites in the world is reopening to visitors next month. After closing to the public in March due to the pandemic, Machu Picchu is finally reopening on November 1 at 30 percent capacity. The famous Incan citadel will admit a maximum of 675 people each day in groups of eight (seven guests plus one guide).
To make it feasible for people to actually visit, Peru is planning to reestablish flight schedules from cities in the United States, Mexico, and Central and South America. This past Sunday, Peru restarted flights to and from 25 major cities including Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Orlando, Toronto, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, and Sao Paulo.