How To Get From Cusco to Copacabana Best Way – You can go by bus and private transfer.
What is The Distance From Cusco to Copacabana?
The distance from Cusco to Copacabana is 530 kilometers. Click here to book online Cusco activities and day trips
The travel time by car from Cusco to Copacabana is around 10 hours. Read here how to get from Copacabana to Cusco the reverse way
What is The Cheapest Way From Cusco to Copacabana?
The cheapest way from Cusco to Copacabana is by night bus for $28 USD you can book online and it will take 12 hours.
WHERE TO STAY IN COPACABANA
The accommodation can cost around $10–15 USD if you stay in a cheap room. For mid-budget total starts at $30-50 USD and for more than $80 USD you will find luxury accommodation in Copacabana.
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HOW TO GET FROM CUSCO TO COPACABANA
BY BUS FROM CUSCO TO COPACABANA (CHEAPEST WAY)
The cheapest way from Cusco to Copacabana is by bus. There is a night bus from Cusco to Copacabana that you can book online as the best option.
BUS SCHEDULE FROM CUSCO TO COPACABANA
The bus schedule from Cusco to Copacabana leaves at 6 pm and gets at 5 am and the bus fare is $28 USD and you can book online or at the ticket counter.
The bus travel time is around 12 hours and you will save one night of accommodation!
Read here how to get from Cusco Airport to city center
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