Faro de Conchupata
On November 17, 1851 Bolivia’s red, gold and green flag was first raised at Faro de Conchupata: red for the courage of the Bolivian...
Capilla de Serrato
Capilla de Serrato, a steep climb from the end of Calle Washington, offers impressive city views.
Club Social Arabe
A slice of old-fashioned Oruro, this 2nd-floor spot hosts occasional live music on weekends.
Mercado Fermín López
middle row, Mercado Fermín López · interesting places nearby
Mercado Tradicional information
The impressive Mercado Tradicional has more dried llama fetuses and flamingo wings than a voodoo master has pins. The affable vendors are more than happy to explain the usage of their wares, but make sure to ask if you want to take a photo.
For more herbal remedies and witchcraft items, head to Calle Junín between V Galvarro and 6 de Agosto.