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Top 5 Destinations in La Paz

 

  1. Lake Titicaca: With views of sparkling blue water and snow-capped mountains, it’s no wonder that La Paz is one of the most sought-after destinations.
  2. Moon Valley: The valley is shaped by the combination of sandstone, clay and other sedimentary rocks formed from erosion caused by wind and water. It is renowned for its bizarre shapes that resemble the surface of the moon.
  3. Witches Market: Is one of the most unique markets in Bolivia. It offers an array of religious artifacts. Visitors can also witness traditional Aymara rituals conducted by local who are believed to be able to cure ills such as bad luck or infertility.
  4. San Francisco Church and Museum: The church was built in 1549. Inside, visitors can observe an array of artworks including Baroque altarpieces, oil paintings and other works from different periods. Adjacent to the church is the Museum which houses an extensive collection of religious objects including reliquaries.
  5. Yungas Death Road: It is one of the most dangerous roads in the world and has become a popular tourist destination due to its extreme difficulty and breathtaking views. The road stretches for 64 kilometres between La Paz and Coroico and passes through dense jungle terrain while also offering stunning views of the landscape below.

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  • World's Highest Capital(de facto) Altitude of 3,640 meters (11,942 feet).
  • Cable CarsWorld's Highest & Longest Urban Telefericos
  • Multicultural BackgroundsOther cultures such as Spanish, Quechua, and Aymara makes La Paz an incredible place with many insights.
  • World Heritage SiteIn 2013 it was declared by UNESCO due its stunning architecture and many attractions.

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Best time to visit La Paz?
The best time to visit La Paz is during the months of April/May and September/October. During this period, temperatures are milder and you can expect less rain.
How long I should visit La Paz?
A minimum of three days allows you to visit the most popular attractions including the Moon Valley National Park, Witches Market, and Tiwanaku archaeological site.
The best Itinerary in La Paz city:
Experience sunrise in the mystical ‘Mordor’ (Valle de las Animas), take in the majestic Valley of the Moon from its best viewpoint, ride the world's highest and longest cable car, taste some delicious local fare from one of La Paz’s top restaurants, and soak up Bolivia's vibrant culture.
How to get to Uyuni from La Paz?
By Bus, The buses leave from 8 pm to 9:30 pm. The route usually lasts between 9 and 10 hours, a very popular and cheap option. By Plane, flights to Uyuni have been limited, in 2022 you will only be able to travel with Boliviana de Aviación, they only have flights every 3 days and with a stopover in an intermediate city called Cochabamba. Is there a train to get to Uyuni? The train has stopped operating.

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