Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre

Calle Grau 154, Sucre, 5914, Bolivia
Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
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To Potosi/ Taxi ou guide

by sylvaindemers

Could anyone help me with this?
I will be landing at Sucre Airport on July 14. What should I do to find a guide or taxi to go to Potosi and maybe make a stop to the dinosaur park. All on same day? Any idea of cost?
Thks
Sylvain

Re: To Potosi/ Taxi ou guide

by AlbuqRay

I know you can take a shared taxi from Potosi to Sucre for 30 Bs. (see my Transportation Tips under Bolivia), so probably you can do the same thing the other way. As far as the dinosaur park, I know it was closed at 16:30 when I arrived. I had gotten a taxi through the Hotel Independencia. The driver was Orlando. It would have been 80 Bs. for an hour and the entrance fee; however, he only charged me 35 Bs. since the park was closed and we got back early (see also my Off the Beaten Path and Hotel Tips under Bolivia).

Travel Tips for Sucre

Tejidos - Tarabuco -Textiles

by elpariente

En Tarabuco se venden tejidos hechos a mano : gorros , mantas...
También es allí donde compran la lana para hacer sus tejidos
In Tarabuco they sell hand made textiles : caps , blankets...
They also sell there the wool to make their knitting

dia de independecia (a bit of history)

by chancay

Bolivia inherited ambitions and extensive territorial claims that proved disastrous, leading to warfare and defeat. At the time of independence it had a seacoast, a portion of the Amazon basin, and claims to most of the Chaco; in little more than a century all these were lost. The strife-ridden internal history of Bolivia began when the first president, Sucre, was forced to resign in 1828. A steady stream of egocentric caudillos plagued Bolivia thereafter. Andrés Santa Cruz, desiring to reunite Bolivia and Peru, invaded Peru in 1836 and established a confederation, which three years later was destroyed on the battlefield of Yungay.

Although a few presidents, notably José Ballivián, made efforts to reform the administration and improve the economy, the temptation to wholesale corruption was always strong, and honest reform was hard to achieve. The nitrate deposits of Atacama proved valuable, but the mining concessions were given to Chileans. Trouble over them led (1879), during the administration of Hilarión Daza, to the War of the Pacific (see Pacific, War of the). As a result Bolivia lost Atacama to Chile. The next serious loss was the little-known region of the Acre River, which had become valuable because of its wild rubber. After a bitter conflict, Bolivia, under President José Manuel Pando, yielded the area to Brazil in 1903 for an indemnity.

El Museo Universitario Charcas

by elpariente

El Museo Universitario Charcas, reune gran cantidad y variedad de objetos clasificados en tres sectores: Arte Colonial, Antropología, Arqueología, Etnografía y Folklore y la galería de Arte Moderno
La sección de pintura Colonial tiene maravillas y la parte de las momias es interesante
The University of Charcas Museum , gathers a big amount and variety of objects classified in three sectors : Colonial Art ; Anthropology , Archeology , Ethnography and Folklore and the Modern Art Gallery
The Colonial painting area has marvellous pieces and the mummies part is very interesting

The city of four names

by Glorija

"A unesco cultural heritage since 1991"

Beautiful colonial architecture abounds with many original buildings still intact. All buildings within the central core of the city are either whitewashed or painted white. Sucre still convenes the Supreme Court so it is said this is the city where the real heart of Bolivian goverment is.

"The center of learning"

Sucre has many university`s which enjoy reputation as focal points of progressive thought within the country. Anyhow Sucre has population of 225000 people and lies aproximatly 2800 meters above the sea level.And it carries a name such as The Athens of America with great purpose.

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