Vilcabamba, Peru Vilcabamba in hispanicized spelling , Willkapampa Aymara and Quechua or Espritu Pampa was a city founded by Manco Inca in that served as the capital of the Neo Inca State, the last refuge of the Inca Empire until it fell to the Spaniards in , signaling the end of Inca resistance to Spanish rule. Vilcabamba The Last And Lost City Of The Inca Hidden Vilcabamba The Last And Lost City Of The Inca Vilcabamba in hispanicized spelling , Willkapampa Inca language of Quechua or Espritu Pampa was a city founded by Manco Inca in and was the last refuge of the Inca Empire until it fell to the Spaniards in , Vilcabamba The lost megalithic city of the Inca Vilcabamba is an ancient Inca City, and the last refuge of the majestic Inca empire until they fell to Spanish Conquest in It is one of the many ancient Inca cities you probably had no idea of The city was destroyed and lost , and it was dubbed as the Lost City of the Incas. Vilcabamba The lost city of Inca Hiram Bingham s discovery So the city was lost.In the modern world, at the beginning of th century, there was no place called Vilcabamba there was one place, but that is not that legendary Vilcabamba When Hiram Bingham started his expeditions to Peru, his main goal was to find Vilcabamba the Old, not Machu Picchu. Lost Inca City Of Vilcabamba Megalithic Wonder Hidden Bingham, however, did not realize its significance and believed that Machu Picchu was the fabled Vilcabamba , lost city and last refuge of the Incas The cut surfaces in the above photo show no obvious signs of tool marks, and especially not the workings of the bronze chisels of the Inca. Vilcabamba ancient city, Peru Britannica Other articles where Vilcabamba is discussed Hiram Bingham main objective was to find Vilcabamba Vilcapampa , which was the lost city of the Incas, the secret mountain stronghold used during the th century rebellion against Spanish rule Prospects for locating it were poor not even the Spanish conquistadores had discovered it. Trekking to the Lost Inca City of Vilcabamba Peru Out there somewhere was the last ever Inca kingdom And so I set out with a local guide and a mule driver to trek to the lost city of Vilcabamba It was a days of walking remote trails First day, up the Collpaccasa Pass of metres.