The word Cochabamba comes from the Quechua ‘qhucha‘ and ‘pampa‘, meaning swampy plain; the city of Cochabamba is known as “the City of Enternal Spring” for its year-round spring-like temperatures and abundant harvests of wheat, grains and fruits. In addition to being acknowledged as the Bolivian city with the best weather and agricultural products, Cochabamba is also the unofficial culinary capital of Bolivia.
Cochabamba offers ideal climate that harmoniously combine the extremes of heat and cold highlands of the eastern plains.

Busy, buzzy Cochabamba is one of Bolivia’s boom cities and has a distinct, almost Mediterranean, vitality that perhaps owes something to its clement climate. The spacious new-town avenues have a wide choice of restaurants, eagerly grazed by the food-crazy cochabambinos, and the bar scene is lively, driven by students and young professionals. Despite this, Cochabamba remains a very affordable city, with prices far below those in Sucre or La Paz. You could easily find yourself staying a lot longer than you planned.
The city’s name is derived from the Quechua khocha pampa, meaning ‘swampy plain’. Cochabamba is famous for its chicha, a fermented corn drink that is the locals’ favorite tipple.

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Cesar's Plaza

Cesar’s Plaza Hotel has 4-star facilities. The lobby features polished marble floors with interior hanging plants and leather armchairs. There is Internet access and guests can browse for local crafts in the gift shop. Offering massage sessions, a sauna room, beauty and hairdressing services, the Cesar Plaza boasts an ample luxurious lobby and i..


Cochabamba City Tour

Starts with a half-day by visiting the statue of the Christ of Concordia, larger than Rio’s Christ Redeemer, accesible by funicular, vehicle or on foot from where one can view the whole city; the Portales Palace, constructed for the multimillonaire Simon I. Patiño who never occupied it; the Prado typical and handicraft markets; the "Vicuñita" handi..