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A beautiful place by the "sea!" Nice people, an enchanting island (Isla del Sol! Amazing!), Cerro del Calvario (at four thousand meters with an unbelievable view), home to Virgen de Copacabana church, Incan ruins. I would definitely recommend it as a place to go!
Cochabamba is a busy city with tall business buildings and more gray and concrete than some of Bolivia. Since it's a metropolis, you'll also find many activities to enjoy and places to explore. But most of all, it means you will find plenty of hostels in Cochabamba. If you arrive late at night at the bus terminal, …
Uyuni is a small town in the middle of nowhere in the south of Bolivia. It used to be a mining centre with an active train system. So, you can visit the train cemetery at the end the town and see the many rusty steam train remains left there. Nowadays if you make it to a hostel in Uyuni, it is because you really …
Sucre is one of the most visually stunning cities in the whole of the continent -- it is the official capital of Bolivia and was declared a UNESCO world heritage site two decades ago. The city was founded nearly five hundred years ago by the Spanish and the city has played an important role in Bolivian history …
Tarabuco is a very small village about forty minutes from Sucre. Many people are wearing traditional clothing (unlike that of westernized Sucre). Hostels in Tarabuco are not easily found as it is not a touristy area. It is best to search for a hostel in Tarabuco in advance and perhaps try to contact them to make sure …
You'll feel like one of the Magnificent Seven in Tupiza -- it's surrounded by stark canyons sheltering dry river beds. The altitude is three thousand meters, but the area bakes during the day and temperatures plunge to single-figure Celsius at night. Tupiza is really for those who love the outdoors; there are great …
Many travelers on the Bolivian backpacker's circuit find themselves passing through Oruro to other destinations and there is enough to keep you busy for a couple of days at least. Actual backpackers’ hostels are limited here -- sadly, low-rate and often low-quality hotels rule the roost in Oruro. However Oruro hostel …
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, commonly called Santa Cruz, is the most populous city located at the heart of the second-most populous place in Bolivia, and is also considered as the most economically prosperous city in the country and one of the fastest-growing cities in the world today. Founded by a Spanish explorer named …
At at three thousand six hundred sixty meters, La Paz is the world´s highest city, which you will realize as you try to labour breathlessly up its unforgivingly steep, dusty, and noisy streets. Its more than one million inhabitants crowd its cobbled zonal streets, which circuit and sprawl around the sides of the bowl- …
Potosi is one of the most elevated cities in the world and is a Spanish colonial mining town in Bolivia. It has gained a Unesco world heritage status which helped fund a much-needed rehabilitation of several historical buildings. Though many of the rest are still in an extremely poor condition. Some of the hostels in …
Samaipata is a small, breathtaking mountain village situated at more than one thousand six hundred meters in the Cordillera Oriental mountain range. It is a three-hour journey from Santa Cruz, one of Bolivia’s modern, sleek cities, and is on the way to Cochabamba, which makes it a popular, chilled, stop-off point on …
Little Copacabana, nestled on the Bolivian shore of Lake Titicaca, is a attractive and relaxing place. Lacking the glitz and glamour of its larger Brazilian namesake, it offers it owns kind of laidback charm. It’s a pleasant place to stop for a day, or a week, on your way between La Paz, Bolivia and Puno or Cusco, …