Ollantaytambo, on its 149th anniversary, is an emblematic place with a rich history in Peru. This Inca archaeological site, known as "Ullantaytampu" in Quechua, serves both as a town and a significant ceremonial center. During the Inca Empire, it was conquered by Pachacútec and functioned as a stronghold of resistance under the leadership of Manco Inca Yupanqui during the Spanish conquest. Its unique terraces of resistance, cobbled streets, and Inca structures attract visitors from all over the world. Ollantaytambo is a common starting point for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and offers breathtaking views of the Sacred Valley of the Incas.