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Avenida 6 de Agosto, Copacabana

(3.1/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
The main tourist street in Copacabana, Avenida 6 de Agosto represents a vibrant epicenter of culture, shopping, and gastronomy. A number of restaurants nestled along the street vie for your business, serving up delicious regional dishes. You can do your souvenir shopping at the broad selection of shops here. Consider embarking on a boat tour or excursion, with a convenient concentration of companies offering their services on this street. Put Avenida 6 de Agosto into our Copacabana vacation route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Copacabana.
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  • It is a beautiful Avenue, you can walk trankilo(no hay mucha gente), does not feel much smell of fried as in other important avenues of Bolivia.Hay several local artisans (prices similar to the witch Street in la paz). Interesting bars that have terrace with view to Lake titicaca, I recommend going in the evening.
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  • 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...  more »
  • walk down this street of copacabana is very nice because you see a number of nationalities coexisting. You appreciate the Bolivian culture and its cholitas, and Latino travelers who have chosen to settle in at craft shops, restaurants and pubs.
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