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It´s a artificial sea more or less 20 km far from Cochabamba on the old route to Santa Cruz. Here you find some nice restaurants to eat fresh fish (trucha, pejerrey for example) and as well you find some adeventure posibilities on and around the sea like going out by boat, fishing and so on.
Written Nov 21, 2002
Address: 17 km out of Cochabamba
Before you leave Cochabamba, don't forget to visit the elegant Palacio de Portales. The grounds are amazing, as well as its luxurious interior. Most of its decorative materials were brought from Spain. The architects and workers themselves came from Italy.
Written Sep 26, 2002
Located in the zone of Queru-Queru this building, provides evidence of the great wealth of tin baron Simón I. Patiño. Most of the material used to build the house was imported from Spain. Construction works began in 1915 and were completed by 1927. Today this beautiful place full of beautiful gardens serves as an art museum, cultural center.
Updated Sep 6, 2002
Address: Av. Potosi
it´s possible to enter the monument, climb up and have a marvellous overview of the whole valley (almost) :-)
Updated Feb 17, 2003
I´ve had the great luck to be in Cochabamba when Mario Vargas Llosa has had a discusion round in la Hacienda de Simón I. Patiño. Great event, great person!
Written Jan 14, 2003