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Main street leading to the harbor to take a boat direction Isla del Sol.
Stuffed with all types of restaurants, souvenir shops and cafes. You can‘t avoid this street when your in Copacabana as you need to eat & need the boat, but its nothing...More
Locals selling everything from souveniers, alpaca sweaters and hats, restaurants, street food and bars line this street heading from the lake up to center of town. We found it fun to walk up and down looking for bargains and good places to eat. There were...More
Walking on this street is the most harassing experience you will encounter in the town. Go up further and visit the markets and cathedral. The town is not a place to hang up for more than a day, most restaurants are too dirty to eat...More
This ave is located in between the cathedral and the plaza and takes you straight to the lake. What are you looking for, Souvenirs, lunch, dinner, coffee, drinks? Maybe the bus out of Capo or the cheapest tours in the city. All of it is...More
Leading from the beach front to the cathedral, this is the main drag for Copacabana. You'll find it lined with travel agencies, restaurants, bars and souvenir shops, as well as some hostels. Nothing of particular interest, but you'll find it easy to book your onward...More
After passing the border to Bolivia, Copacabana is the first location to spend some time, after the terible experience on this border, when immediatly pleople understand what means a dictatorial state. However, in Copacabana, people are nice and this main street is full of shops...More
Main Street which leads you directly down to the giant white anchor that is the place to catch a boat to Isla del Sol. Full of shops, travel agencies to book bus rides and tours, and money exchange booths. Also a lot of hostels and...More
Lots to see and so many shops and restaurants to choose from. A lot of stalls also where you can buy pretty much anything. You can't avoid the Avienda 6 de Agosto so on your way to the cathedral or other attractions enjoy the walk!
If you need to make any holiday purchases, this is likely to be the place to get things.
This street is a thriving, busy market street which has lots of little shops, tourist booking offices, money exchange places and eating spots; all of which are...More
I have been to many towns similar to the setup here. There is Playa del Carmen in Mexico. For every one of them, there is always a street that clusters all the “happenings”, where vendors offer everything to the tourists, eateries, internet cafes and almost...More