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Cosmos Bus Company
Cosmos is a well-known company that defines itself by its desire to satisfy the needs and expectations of passengers who use long-distance buses to travel. Cosmos is backed by a fleet of modern buses and is supported by a professional team who are highly trained. The operator strives to provide quality service that encapsulates their punctuality, concern for safety, and comfort. As you purchase your Cosmos tickets, all you have to do is search for your route, select your seat and buy your ticket. It's that fast and simple! Now all customers of redBus Peru can buy bus tickets from Cosmos safely by using a debit card, credit card, or any other mode of payment. In addition, all our customers can avail exclusive offers and promotions that are available on the redBus website.
Information Contact of Cosmos
● AREQUIPA; Terminal Terrestre Arequipa ; 959 376 175 / 951 751 247.
● AREQUIPA; Terrapuerto Arequipa C-47/C-48.
● PUNO; Juliaca; Terminal Terrestre Juliaca C-9 ; 951 298 797.
● PUNO; Terminal Terrestre Puno C-29.☎ 982 570 617.
What to do during the Arequipa to Puno route on Cosmos buses?
Seats reclinable up to 140°, Air conditioning, Movie, Toilets, Hostess on board, Reading Light, TV and music, GPS, Extinguisher.
Tourist attractions of Puno
Kuntur Wasi Viewpoint. It is located in the city. From here you can have a view of the department. Here you'll find a small condor-shaped statue.
Sillustani Chullpas. Located in the district of Atuncoya, it was a cementery of the Kolla culture. Here you can see the Chullpas, which are monuments over 12m high that were used to commemorate the deceased.
Archaeological remains of Inca Uyo. It is located in Chicuito and was built by the Incas. This remain is part of the Temple of Fertility and was commonly visited by barren women, who bringed nine leaves of coca and chicha.
Titicaca lake. It has a depth of 227 meters and is considered the highest navigable lake in the world. Here, there are several natural islands, besides being home to many types of birds and fish.