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El viaje a Uyuni se hace en autobús por una carretera de tierra , con una parada para comer , y se tardan 7 horas . Hay dos compañías de autobuses , nosotros fuimos con una que se llama Diana y tampoco hay muchas más alternativas para hacer este viaje
El precio son 5$
The travel to Uyuni is made by bus in a dirty road , with one stop for lunch , and it takes 7 hours . There are two bus companies , we went with one called Diana and also you do not have more alternatives to make this trip
The price is 5$
Updated Mar 11, 2007
Most buses go from the bus terminal which is on the way to the railway station.
Bus transport in Bolivia is cheap but do not expect as nice buses as in Chile or Argentina.
I can not say whether there are still trains operating from Potosí.
In the bus terminal beware of pickpockets!
Updated May 14, 2006
There are two ways to get to Potosi, the first one is by bus. And the second one is getting by airplane. I really recommend the first one, because is cheaper and you`ll be able to see the countryside.
There are so many buses to get there. Also from anywhere. from La Paz it takes around ten hours. from Oruro six hours. And the departures are frecuently.
Updated Jul 11, 2004
Another picture from the highway between Sucre to Potosí: the bridge over river Pilcomayo.
We took a van with driver in Sucre; it is better to be an expert to drive along this highway.
Otra foto de la carretera entre Sucre y Potosí: el puente sobre el río Pilcomayo.
Nosotros tomamos una camioneta con chofer en Sucre; es mejor un conductor experto para manejar por esta carretera.
Updated Jul 24, 2003
The highway between Sucre and Potosí is a sinuous but well-kept route; the sceneries are magnificent.
La carretera entre Sucre y Potosí es una ruta sinuosa y bien conservada; los paisajes son magníficos.
Updated Jul 24, 2003
There are plenty of buses arriving and departing from Potosi. You can get a ride to La Paz, Uyuni, Orruro, Sucre, Cochabamba, among other destinations. The cost varies depending on the company and the route, but usually they all cost under $1 USD per hour.
Written Sep 26, 2002
- From Sucre: 164 Km by asphalt and rubble road
- From Tarija: 368 Km by rubble road
- From Oruro: 321 Km by asphalt and rubble road
- Villazón (Argentinean border) - Tupiza - Uyuni - Potosí
- La Paz - Oruro - Uyuni - Potosí
- Sucre - Potosí
Currently, no airline travels to Potosí
Updated Sep 6, 2002
the most cheap way to travel in Bolivia, the bus.... we wait ofen for have a reservation, but we are not sure that the people that organise this, will make it well. a lot of confusion.
Written Aug 2, 2003