Bolivia Chuquisaca Department

Sucre

Capital city of a Bolivian department, known for its well-preserved colonial architecture and as the seat of the Supreme Court.

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This is officially the capital city of Bolivia, the White City with it’s beautiful colonial buildings is a spectacular city. I was spellbound by this city which is a World Heritage Site makes you feel like you’re stepping back in time. It’s the place to go if you want to learn Spanish because there are language schools all over the city. To keep costs down without compromising comfort check in to 7 Patas Hostel. You get a decent bed and breakfast for only $7.

onestep4ward 4 years ago

Sucre, located in the Chuquisaca Department of Bolivia, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that boasts of its rich colonial history and impressive architecture. Visitors can wander through the city's charming streets lined with pastel-hued buildings, visit the many museums and cathedrals, and explore the nearby Tarabuco indigenous market. The city is a must-visit destination for those interested in South America's cultural and architectural heritage.

seeker 11 months ago

Sucre Guides

  • Cheap Stops to include on while you overland Bolivia

    onestep4ward (Johnny Ward)
    If you’re travelling through South America Bolivia is definitely going to be on the agenda. It’s a top place to visit and people love traveling here because you can do it on a budget. You’ll likely be arriving overland from one of its neighbours, Brazil or Peru. Here are 8 places to stop on your adventure across Bolivia.
  • World Heritage Sites in South America

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    South America is soaked in a rich history and influence that permeates throughout the entire continent. With a vast terrain and diverse culture, there is no end to awe-inspiring World Heritage Sites ready for exploration. Uncover the secrets of the universe while relaxing along picturesque coastlines, witness Macchu Picchu, and more across the continent of South America.

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