You can travel to Copacabana during all the year because its climate is warm and temperate. If you want to participate in their traditional celebrations, you can travel in Febrary, because they celebrate the Fiesta de la Candelaria (dedicated to the Copacabana Virgin), or you can travel at the beginning of August, because they celebrate the Copacabana festivity.
The climate in Copacabana is warm and temperate. The average temperature is 50.54°F (10.3°C). November is the warmest month of the year, with an average temperature of 54.32°F (12.4°C); and July is the coldest month of the year, with an average temperature of 46.04°F (7.8°C). Summers have rainier seasons than winters.
Location: Plaza 2 de febrero
Church that was built in 1619. It has a morisco architecture. Inside this building you can see the statue of the Virgen de la Candelaria. This church is an important center of pilgrimage for bolivians, Peruvians and other catholic travelers.
Location: Baptista 42, Copacabana
Museum that shows typical bolivian textiles. The gallery explains the origin and history of the poncho and other clothes important for the bolivian culture.
Location: Av. 16 de Julio, Copacabana
Hours: 7 p.m.-4 a.m.
Disco with trending music, perfecto to enjoy with friends. They offer several drinks and cocktails.
Location: Av. 6 de Agosto, Copacabana
Hours: 12 a.m.- 12 p.m., 2 p.m.- 12 a.m.
Bar where play music Bolivian bands. Also, they offer drinks and cocktails.
Location: s/n zona garita, Av. 6 de Agosto, Copacabana
Hours: 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
Restaurant that offers delicious varied dishes. Although they take time serving them, it is worth the wait.
Location: Av. Costanera, Copacabana
Restaurant that offers varied dishes and drinks.
Typical dish elaborated with trout, rice, lettuce salad, onion, tomato and French fries.
Typical fish soup elaborated with k’oa, a plant that grows in the high plateau region.
|Fiesta de la Candelaria||Febrary 2nd||Traditional celebration dedicated to the Copacabana virgin. Locals dance typical dances and they make a procession with the virgin.|
|Fiesta de Copacabana||August 4th to 6th||Festivity celebrated in honor to the virgin of Copacabana, the queen of the nation. Locals organize religious and cultural activities like processions and typical dances.|
|Fiesta de la Cruz||May 3rd||Festivity that commemorates the meeting of the cross of Jesus with St. Helen. Locals celebrate with typical dances, music and a mass.|