The main post and Entel offices are together in a large complex. The postal service from Cochabamba is reliable and the facilities are among the country’s finest. Downstairs from the main lobby is an express post of…
InfoTur de Potosí has quite helpful Spanish-speaking staff, good city maps and loads of brochures on city sights; it's located at the entrance to the Torre de la Compañía de Jesús.
Information office run by university students; sometimes offers guides for city tours. Hours aren't reliable as it only opens if volunteers are available and is closed during spring and winter break.
Has limited information about national parks. Private tour companies are usually better equipped to answer questions. Only convenient to contact via email or telephone.
Very welcoming and hands out good city material. There are several information kiosks, which also open Saturday mornings, including at the bus station and airport.
Can help with information about the Chuquisaca region. Also has a kiosk with loads of flyers and brochures and Spanish-speaking staff at Plaza Libertad.
Tourists head here after paying their park fee to arrange a guide and meet others looking to form groups of six to lower costs per person.
Helpful. On the ground floor of the Gobernación building; also at the new bus terminal.
This tranquil office has an aduana (customs) office downstairs for collecting encomiendas (parcels).
For topographic maps (useful for hikers) of Cochabamba department.