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WHAT TO VISIT IN LA PAZ
- Witches Market. Located in the center of La Paz behind the Basilica of
San Francisco, this market is a must-see for travelers. Its cobbled streets and
its great color and tradition make it a special walk. There you can find
potions, powders, and charms that people use to perform rituals and bless their
homes. There is also a wide range of clothing with local details, accessories, and souvenirs.
- Valley of the moon. It is a spectacular geological formation product of
the erosion of the mountains. Niel Amstrong, the first man to walk on the moon,
named this place precisely because of its resemblance to the moon. It is
located on the road to Mallasa, just 40 minutes from the center of La Paz.
- Cablecar. The cable car is a novel, modern and also very practical transportation system that consists of 10 operating lines and connects various
points within the city and between La Paz and El Alto. You can tour the entire
city enjoying spectacular views.
- Views. To appreciate the most beautiful views of La Paz, the best
viewpoints are those of Pura Pura, Killi Killi and Laikakota, all located in
the central area of ??the city.
- Museums. You can learn about the history and culture of Bolivia in the many
museums that exist in the city, with various exhibitions of pre-Columbian art
and modern art. Some of the most interesting are:
- MUSEF (National Museum of Ethnography and Folklore): contains an
important archaeological collection, with textile pieces, masks, vessels and
various metal and stone creations, among other attractions.
- Tambo Quirquincho Museum: highlights its silver collection from the
colonial period. You can also see old photographs of La Paz, masks and typical
- Precious Metals Museum (also known as the Gold Museum): this museum
preserves an impressive collection of pre-Columbian jewelry and ceramics.
- Restaurants. If you want to try typical food, you can find countless
options throughout the city. The food offered on the street is varied and
delicious: the traditional salteñas, the chola sandwich, the choripán and the
anticuchos are some of the options. There are also numerous restaurants in each
neighborhood of the city, with traditional food options made with local
products, and a wide range of international cuisine.
- Accommodation. There are many options, for all tastes and pockets. There
are backpackers hostels in the city center and options of different levels in
the center, Sopocachi and Zona Sur.