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WHAT TO VISIT IN COPACABANA
- El Calvario. A 30-minute walk that ascends the Calvario hill and you can have a unique
panorama of the lake and Copacabana. It is a privileged location to watch the sunset.
- Isla del Sol (Sun Island). According to Inca legend, this small island located in the middle of
Lake Titicaca was the home of Inti, the sun god, and the place where the Incas
arose. The island can be accessed by boat from Copacabana, a journey that takes
two hours. It is a truly picturesque place, where you can enjoy panoramic views
of the lake and the Cordillera Real of Bolivia. You can also take walks through
the ancestral terraces and pre-Columbian ruins.
- Isla de la Luna (Moon Island). Legend has it that Viracocha, the creator god of all things, was born
here. It is a small island close to the Isla del Sol, and in it are the ruins
of the Temple of the Virgins. Touring the entire island takes around an hour.
- Basilica of Our Lady of Copacabana. This 16th-century colonial church
preserves the image of the Virgin of Copacabana.
- Restaurants. There are good and varied options for eating and drinking
in Copacabana, with restaurants, cafes and bars constantly open. Without a
doubt, the gastronomic specialty of the place is fresh trout, which can be
enjoyed in one of the restaurants on the coast.
- Accommodation. There are a large number of accommodation options.
Staying one night to watch the sunrise is highly recommended.