Sucre is the constitutional capital of Bolivia, Located in the south-central part of Bolivia, It has an elevation of 2,810 meters.This city showcases a glorious ensemble of white colonial buildings, spectacular rooftop terraces in the amazing houses and quaint garden patios, also its pleasantly warm climate and relaxed small town.Walking along the narrow streets of “La Ciudad Blanca” – Sucre it’s nice, because you can appreciate whitewashed churches, theatres and courthouses of the city which was named by the UNESCO “World Heritage Site” in 1991.
Half Day: from 08:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Available Days: Every Day Pick up point: Your hotel in Sucre City or Main Square “Plaza 25 de Mayo”. Pick up Time: 08:30 a.m. Drop- off point: Main Square. Drop- off Time: 12 :30 p.m.First Stop: Main Square “Plaza 25 de Mayo”, there see the main buildings around and the guide will explain to you about the history. After, go to the local market for to have a traditional and delicious “Tojori” breakfast (a very traditional drink made out of corn, it is hot and filling).Following, visit The famous "Obelisk" and "Bolivar park":beautiful and historical squares, this one ("Bolivar park") has become the most beautiful plaza in the city since it was a private garden of the richest man in Sucre.“Kinder Park” in this place we'll have a memorable experience that you’ll never forget. Sucre is known for having dinosaur tracks all over the place, it is so trendy to name everything after a dinosaur that this park is all about dinos.Next, go to an amazing lookout point taking a local transport, where you see the majestic City (there are no better place to see it) called “La Recoleta” on this place Sucre was first founded.Afterward it will be time to take a cab that will take us to an unusual place. The cemetery, “today us, tomorrow you” reads in the inscriptions at the entrance gate. The most beautiful place of all Sucre, this is an unforgettable experience in which our visitors may see how rich people were back in the 1800´s in South America.Tour Includes: • Specialized bilingual guide. • Local Transport. • Entrance fees. • Local morning bolivian breakfast. Does Not Include: • Transport to the cemetery. • Tips. • Extra drinks. Suggested packing list: • Sun block. • Sun glasses • Bottle of water.