Collected by Rhys MacLean
Junin 366, Sucre, Bolivia
The central food market in Sucre, Bolivia is a riot of color and smells. Precariously teetering hills of produce swarm the tables and even the floor space. Fruit, veg, cheese, meat, spices, all have their sections along with non perishable goods...
Azurduy 16, Sucre, Bolivia
There are many reasons to stay at Hotel de Su Merced in Sucre - the lovely staff, the soft beds, the central location. But the best part of staying here? You can have lemon meringue pie for breakfast every day. It is included in the delicious...
Bolivia may not be the first place you think of when it comes to gourmet chocolate but perhaps it should be. Sucre is known as the chocolate capital of Bolivia and the title turns out to be well deserved. There are several shops selling gourmet...
Rabelo Ayucucho s/n, Uyuni, Bolivia
For approximately 200 USD travelers can take a 3 day jeep trip from San Pedro de Atacama to the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia. The journey passes through surrealist landscapes like multi-hued lagoons, high altitude deserts, active volcanos, geysers,...
La Paz, Bolivia
El Valle de la Luna features an almost extra-terrestrial landscape caused by erosion. There are two circuits through the park, one that takes about 15 minutes, and a longer one that takes about 45 minutes. Both are easy hikes, but hang on tight to...
San Miguel, La Paz, Bolivia
Okay, so it's hard to find a bad cup of coffee in Bolivia. But if you're in the San Miguel area of La Paz, you can check out the Roaster Boutique. Not only can you get a cup of coffee and a slice of cheesecake, but you can also sign up for classes...
Av Montenegro 1560, La Paz, Bolivia
Even if I didn't have family in Bolivia I might fly to La Paz every so often just to eat salteñas, a meat or chicken pie. You can find them just about anywhere in the city, and the only bad salteñas I've had are the ones I tried to make myself....
San Miguel, La Paz, Bolivia
Ever had Bolivian wine? The Capotraste Wine Bar offers a tasting room downstairs where you can sample their selection of both domestic and imported wines. If you find something you like, you can head upstairs to order a full bottle and some...
Calle 16 No.8009, La Paz, Bolivia
For traditional Bolivian food, the residents around the San Miguel area of La Paz like El Vagón del Sur. I started out with the tucumanas (empanadas with a spicy garlic sauce) and surubi (an Amazon river fish), followed by the picante de pollo...
Linares 862, La Paz, Bolivia
I randomly found the Angelo Colonial Restaurant while exploring the city center. It has a wonderful decor and a great cafe feel! I had the bolivia coffee and fruit crepe. I highly recommend passing by when walking along Santa Cruz Ave.
Av. la Bandera, La Paz, Bolivia
From Avenida Sucre, take Avenida La Bandera and then head uphill. Climb the flight of stairs, take a few minutes to catch your breath, and enjoy the panoramic view of La Paz. Be sure to wear sunblock! The sun is strong at this altitude. No...
Jaén, La Paz, Bolivia
Calle Jaén is a pedestrian-only colonial street close to the Plaza Murillo, containing a number of museums and artist workshops. The Marka Tambo peña is also here (Calle Jaén 710) if you'd like to catch live performances of traditional Bolivian...
Every morning at 10 o'clock sharp, the local taxi and minibus drivers line their vehicles up in front of the Cathedral of the Virgin of Copacabana to receive her blessing for health, wealth, and safety on Bolivia's notoriously treacherous...
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