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Small-Group Sucre City Walking Tour
"Sucre the capital city of Bolivia provides a warm welcome to all visitors who want to get to know this beautiful city. A memorable experience awaits you! A local guide will accompany you during this walking tour sharing his/her knowledge with you as you make these following stops:Main Square Plaza 25 de Mayo: You will see the main buildings around the square and your guide will explain to you the history of each place and why it is called May 25t we will go to the local market where we will have a traditional and delicious “Tojori” breakfast (a very traditional drink made out of corn it is hot and filling) Following our visit we head towards the Obelisk and then to the Bolivar park a beauty among the plazas. It was once a private garden of the richest man in Sucre and it is now public and considered as the most beautiful plaza in Sucre “Kinder Park”: this is a place where you will have an experience that you’ll ne
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Small-Group Sucre City Walking Tour
"Sucre the capital city of Bolivia provides a warm welcome to all visitors who want to get to know this beautiful city. A memorable experience awaits you! A local guide will accompany you during this walking tour sharing his/her knowledge with you as you make these following stops:Main Square Plaza 25 de Mayo: You will see the main buildings around the square and your guide will explain to you the history of each place and why it is called May 25t we will go to the local market where we will have a traditional and delicious “Tojori” breakfast (a very traditional drink made out of corn it is hot and filling) Following our visit we head towards the Obelisk and then to the Bolivar park a beauty among the plazas. It was once a private garden of the richest man in Sucre and it is now public and considered as the most beautiful plaza in Sucre “Kinder Park”: this is a place where you will have an experience that you’ll ne
From $44.00
 
Small-Group Sucre City Walking Tour
"Sucre the capital city of Bolivia provides a warm welcome to all visitors who want to get to know this beautiful city. A memorable experience awaits you! A local guide will accompany you during this walking tour sharing his/her knowledge with you as you make these following stops:Main Square Plaza 25 de Mayo: You will see the main buildings around the square and your guide will explain to you the history of each place and why it is called May 25t we will go to the local market where we will have a traditional and delicious “Tojori” breakfast (a very traditional drink made out of corn it is hot and filling) Following our visit we head towards the Obelisk and then to the Bolivar park a beauty among the plazas. It was once a private garden of the richest man in Sucre and it is now public and considered as the most beautiful plaza in Sucre “Kinder Park”: this is a place where you will have an experience that you’ll ne
From $44.00

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Palacio Portales

This Palacio was at the same time a cultural center. When I arrived the guards told me that it was close but would open after half an hour. Then I walked nearby, to a touristic boulevard called...
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La Pampa Mercado

I got lost several times in the largest market, La Pampa, where you could literally find anything if only you had the patience to explore every little narrow labyrinth way in the four city blocks. ...
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Catedral de San Sebastián

This cathedral was founded in the XVIII century over a previous christian temple. The main gate is wonderful, perhaps the best. I went inside and participated in the Mass service. I would see several...
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Museo Arqueologico

The museum located a couple blocks from central downtown, is a worthwhile stop for history buffs. The 25Bs entrance ticket for foreigners is slightly high, but the museum is full of good displays and...
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