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La Paz City Walking Tour
"Learn about the people culture customs traditions and all the hidden secrets of our beautiful and wonderful La Paz!Tour takes about 3 hours. We meet in front of the San Francisco Church everyday at 10am and 3pm! Our guide will be waiting for you.Learn about the San Francisco C visit local Markets like Lanza and Rodriguez Witche's Market San Pedro square where we learn about the infamous San Pedro Prison
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"La Paz Small-Group Sightseeing Tour: Plaza Murillo
"La Paz Small-Group Sightseeing Tour: Plaza Murillo San Pedro Prison and Witches' Market""Meet your guide in Plaza Murillo and admire the colonial architecture around the square as your guide introduces the culture and history of La Paz and Bolivia. Enjoy a traditional midmorning snack as you take in the plaza.Walk towards the infamou differing significantly from most other correctional facilities. Within the walls inmates often have jobs buy or rent their accommodations and have non-inmate family members living with them. Pass the prison en route to a local market to learn about the staple foods of Bolivia. See a variety of colorful Andean potatoes and other produce that goes into Bolivia's delectable cuisine. S
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Private Tour: La Paz City Sightseeing and Moon Valley
"After booking you can contact the local tour operator to customize your La Paz experience with your private guide. Your guide will then create a personalized itinerary for you and your group that includes both major landmarks and off-the-beaten-path sites where you ca your guide will pick you up in a private vehicle and chauffeur you around the city providing interesting commentary along the way. Typical itineraries are broken into three themes and may include some of the following attractions depending on your interests.Historical landmarks and colonial architecture:Admire sights like the Baroque-mestizo architecture of San Francisco Church originally founded in 1548; Metropolitan Cathedral built in 1835; the Spanish colonial buildings that line Jaén Street (Calle Jaén); and the Presidential Palace
From $40.00

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Altitude sickness

The very high altitude makes ordinary activities more difficult. Just walking down the hallway in the hotel was exhausting! I usually like to walk all over the old part of a city, but I couldn’t do it...
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Fake Taxis or Police

The safest way to move by car at night is taking a RADIO TAXI. the difference between RADIO TAXIS AND TAXIS are because they `ve got a sign of their business and the phone number on its roof. For...
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ALWAYS CARRY A RELIABLE MOSQUITO REPELLANT

BOLIVIA When travelling through the tropical regions of Central and South America, I always carry a reliable Mosquito and Insect Repellant. Anywhere in these regions is it extremely neccesary to...
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ALWAYS CARRY NECCESARY TRAVEL INSURANCE.

BOLIVIA While I was travelling through South America I always made sure that I had the neccesary Travel Insurance that I may need. La Paz was no exception on this journey. Travelling mainly by bus...
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Drugs

The other thing that happened to a fellow traveller was in a nightclub.Some guy dropped a packet on the floor. He picked it up to hand it back, but then faced arrest for a 'drug possesion...
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I spit in your face

I had no problems at all in Bolivia, but one girl I spoke to had this happen....In the street, she was walking with her hand in the pocket that contained her purse.A guy walked past her and spat in...
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Calle Jaen Museums, military guards & photos

You can visit 4 museums with 1 cheap ticket.All have guards. The precious metal guards are, I think, soldiers due to the expensive stuff on display here. I took a couple of pictures (no flash) since...
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Arriving in la paz...

If you arrive in la paz from copacabana by normal buses (local buses) to the area of the CEMETERY, do not follow anyone if they ask for your identification or something like that...even if the people...
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DON´T WALK ALONE ON THE RED ZONES

This tip is focus on people who are coming down La Paz. (Mainly for women)please, try to not walk around late around this locations: EL ALTO, Av. BUENOS AIRES, EL CEMENTERIO. You may be mugged or...
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Tale of Four Women continued

It is downhill from the Hotel Rosario going to Plaza San Francisco but steep uphill coming back. Since the altitude is around 12,000 feet, it is better to rest at least the first half day in La Paz....
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Tale of Four Women from San Francisco, CA

This is the story of four women from San Francisco, California, as related to me in the Anyi Room (a place to share) of the Hotel Rosario in La Paz. These young women were not novice travelers, so it...
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dangerous drivers...

Friends, i?ve seen several times some accidents made by some bad drivers. please, when you cross the streets be really carefullier. DO NOT expect to see a lot of good drivers, that respect the traffic...
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Bolivian Driving

Watch yourself on the roads in La Paz they seem even more erratic than other parts of Bolivia, especially in El Prado, with the multiple lane road. The best thing to do is to just run like hell when...
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It is cold all year round, so...

It is cold all year round, so bring winter clothes (it tends to get nicer from 12 to 3 PM). The altitude will take its toll on you so walk very slowly, specially the first day you are there. Locals...
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Top Things to Do in La Paz

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Valle De La Luna

We had a good look at Valle De La Luna even though we were there for only a couple of hrs. What impressed us most is the silence that is experienced there. It was well worth visiting. Enjoy my photos...
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Museums

The museum exhibits a broad variety of textiles, weavings, male and female clothing from all around the bolivian andes. It is located at a lovely house. I just loved how everything was carefully...
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Tiwanaku

Tiahuanacu is a magical place. Did you know that a large part of it is still not excavated? There is an underground pool that was used to see and read the stars. there is also a Temple that has not...
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La Paz Downtown

The Witch’s Market is the place to buy good luck charms, make wishes, or create a spell. An object representing what you wish for would be accompanied by animal, vegetable and mineral offerings, which...
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Mercados

Thanks to a friend I took a bus in downtown and arrived to this original market. Many people were buying coca leaves, what is legal. I noticed that some driver carried many bags and immediately left...
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Road To Coroico

Picture the scene, 4700, above sea level, 7.30am, it is freezing. You are about to decend to 1400m over the next few hours, biking down a road that is steep, loose gravel, and has a 600m vertical drop...
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marcelo15

"SIMPLY, THIS..."
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AlbuqRay

"La Paz - City with a View"
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SirRichard

"A little glimpse of La Paz"
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chancay

"La cuenca de La Paz"
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richiecdisc

"Getting a little trim in La Paz"
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