In order to travel by land from Copacabana to Machu Picchu, you need to divide the trip into two segments, since there are no direct options available.
First you need to take a bus from Copacabana to Cusco, and then a train from Cusco to Machu Picchu. The first part of the trip is from Copacabana to Cusco by bus and takes 9 hours. The buses leave from the bus stop in Copacabana, located on Plaza Sucre, and arrive in Cusco at the bus terminal located on Via Evitamiento.
For the second part of the trip has the easiest and best option is to take a train from Cusco to Machu Picchu. Trains have daily departures and the trip takes about 3 hours. Please note that during the rainy season, the train company offers a bimodal service bus+train.
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Copacabana to Machu Picchu Bus Timetable
TRAVEL OPTIONS FROM COPACABANA TO MACHU PICCHU
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There is no direct route from Copacabana to Machu Picchu. You can break your trip from Copacabana to Machu Picchu in two sections. First, to go from Copacabana to Cusco you can take a direct bus. The bus company Trans Titicaca has daily departures with lie-flat and semi lie-flat buses available.
Then, to travel from Cusco to Machu Picchu, we recommend take the train. You can take the PeruRail Expedition or the PeruRail Visitadome which offers panoramic views, or the more luxurious Belmond Hiram Bingham. The train from Cusco to Machu Picchu takes approximately two and a half hours.
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SOME TOURISTIC INFORMATION THAT CAN BE OF INTEREST
The Inca Trail: You can reach the ruins of Machu Picchu by train, but you can also choose to do a four-day hike. If you go by train to Aguas Calientes, you can walk up to the ruins in about an hour and a half, or take the public bus that leaves every 20 minutes.
Machu Picchu: Entrance with walking sticks or very large backpacks is not allowed. Remember to bring enough water, since no food or water is sold inside the archaeological site. If you want to climb Huayna Picchu, there are 400 daily passes sold and which usually book in advance.
Aguas Calientes or Machu Picchu: The town, which has a population of 5,000, receives about 3,000 visitors per day. There is a variety of restaurants, bars, hotels and craft markets.
Accommodation. You will find a wide range of places to stay, from basic hostels and camping areas to five-star hotels.