Aguas Calientes is the old name that today receives Machu Picchu town , place where tourist services such as the train station, hotels, restaurants are located , and the population in general.
Close to the town of Machu Picchu are the hot springs that still have the name of Aguas Calientes.
Aguas Calientes is a distance of 800 m. east of the town of Machu Picchu, there are under ground hot sulfur springs which bubble up from the rocky under ground at varying temperatures. The especially-built pools at this resort are the basis of its use as hot mineral baths.
Aguas Calientes offer natural resources for medical therapy, and also is a great treatment for rheumatism. It help to rid of stress and toxins, enhance your metabolism and avoid high blood pressure.
The average water temperature ranges between 38 ° and 46 ° C.
They have changing rooms, a bathroom and a small snack bar.
Cost per person: S / 10.00 ($ 3.20 approx.)
Open from 6 am to 8 pm
Address: Av. Pachacutec (7 minutes walk from the main square