Without a doubt Sucre is one of the most beautiful cities in Bolivia and South America, also known as “La Ciudad Blanca” (The White city) because ever since the colonial period Sucre looks like your typical Spanish city. During our visit we will visit the enchanting streets and important points of historic value such as:
Casa de la Libertad (The Freedom House).- Built in 1621, it is perhaps the most important building of the nation. That’s why, it was the place where the declaration of independence of Bolivia was signed on August 6, 1825 by Simon Bolivar.
La Recoleta Museum.- Founded in 1601 and famous for its 1000-year-old choir stalls made of cedar and its beautiful courtyards, this ex Franciscan convent not also served as a convent but as barracks, prison and now days as a museum.
Glorieta’s Palace.- It is the most beautiful castle in Bolivia which was appointed to be a national monument in 1970, with ghost stories tales and picturesque scenes. In the actuality, it serves as a military school.
Historical Cementery in Sucre.- The biggest and most beautiful cemetery of the country has maintained its smooth old appearance, which shows throughout its tombs, mausoleums and gardens with magnificent old trees.
The “White City” was part of the La Plata Vice-Royalty during the past colonial periods which still dates maintaining the same atmospheric environment of old Colonial Times, located within the middle of the indigenous communities it is still influenced by the peasants and locals around the area whose colorful attires and traditions add cultural value to this amazing city.
Included: Tourist transport, guide and entrance fee


Another interesting place to visit at 6 kilometers away from the city, which is located in Cal Orck´o (Cerro de Cal/ Hill of Cal) just in outside the city of Sucre, here you will be able to observe a great and wide variety of prehistoric animals of different species footprints, it is also considered; one of the largest samples of dinosaur tracks in the world. According to studies and carbon dating this prints belonged to dinosaurs that roamed this area approximately 65 to 70 million years ago.
Included: Transport, guide and entrance fee.

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