Most people know about the Incas and the Maya, but what about the mysterious Tiwanaku culture? Where the Maya and Incas only ruled for a couple of 100 years, the Tiwanaku empire existed for more than 3000 years. In this article I am taking you on a journey to the former capital of this empire: Tiwanaku, located in Bolivia.
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Many people think La Paz is the capital of Bolivia, but that’s not the case. The official capital of the country is Sucre. And Sucre is one of the most beautiful cities in Bolivia. In this article you’ll read why it’s worth visiting this city and the 10 best things to do.
La Paz has the largest cable car system in the world and nothing is more fun than using it! It’s a handy way of transportation if you’re going from A to B. And you will undoubtedly enjoy the amazing view! Find all information you need for exploring La Paz by cable car.
Just like in the rest of Bolivia you will find in La Paz countless shops, offering souvenirs. La Paz is also famous for its witch market. The city has some markets. And if you look a bit better, you will discover all kind of design stores. This is a list with my favorites places to shop and stroll around in La Paz.
Potosí is the highest city in the world, located at an altitude of 4067m. A visit to this city should really not be missed! To dive into the history of this once bustling mining town. But also to explore the streets, markets, mines and to mingle with the locals. In this article I’m taking you on a journey to the highest city in the world: Potosí!
The name Copacabana makes you think of an idyllic beach in Rio de Janeiro. But Bolivia also has a Copacabana. Unfortunately less idyllic when it comes to sun, sea and beach. But still a unique city, because of its beautiful location at the Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world and its religious significance. This is a list with the best things to do in Copacabana, Bolivia.