Proud, genteel Sucre is Bolivia’s most beautiful city and the symbolic heart of the nation. It was here that independence was proclaimed and while La Paz is now the seat of government and treasury, Sucre is recognized in the constitution as the nation’s capital. A glorious ensemble of whitewashed buildings sheltering pretty patios, it’s a spruce place that preserves a wealth of colonial architecture. Sensibly, there are strict controls on development, which have ensured Sucre remains a real showpiece of Bolivia. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.

Set in a valley surrounded by low mountains, Sucre enjoys a mild and comfortable climate. It’s still a center of learning and both the city and its university enjoy reputations as focal points of progressive thought within the country.

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Dinosaur Footprints – Cal Ork'o

In 1998, the capital's population witnessed important paleontological findings for the upper Cretaceous, 65 to 68 million years, the impressions left by species of dinosaurs of that time are located on the cliff Cal Orck'o, owned by the factory domestic cement (FANCESA) located at 4.4 km to the northeast of the city of Sucre. Cal Orck'o is the sit..


Parador Santa Maria La Real

Set in a colonial style building dating back to the 18th Century, Parador Maria Leal offers stylish rooms with private balconies, only 1 block from 25 de Mayo Square. Spa facilities and a fitness centre are featured. Boasting 4-poster beds, rooms at Santa Maria La Real feature wooden classy furniture. All of them have large windows and minibars..



Seven hours tour discovering La Paz´s multiethnic and cultural character visiting Los Andes street to admire handy artisans manufacturing traditional garments and festivity costumes. Explore the “Garita de Lima” neighborhood in where you will see the workshops and stores of the native bowler hats that Cholas (Native women) wear. Walk around the Wit..


Sucre City Tour

Approximately three hours. We visit the main museums of the city combining history, textiles, ethnography and folklore with the most representative outdoors sites such as plazas, and parks, as well as the architecture. City Tour visiting: Textile Museum of Indian Arts ASUR, located in a beautiful colonial neighborhood in Sucre, run by Antropolog..



Although many visitors may miss the annual Phujllay celebrations in March, you will want to catch Tarabuco’s colorful, sprawling Sunday Market, which features high quality artesania: pullovers, charangos, coca pouches, ponchos and weavings that feature geometric and zoomorphic designs. The colorful wares lay out in stalls around the plaza and on t..