Bus & Micro

Lots of buses and micros (B$1.50) ply slow and circuitous routes around the city’s one-way streets, and all seem to congregate in a logjam at or near the market between runs. They’re usually crowded, but fortunately Sucre is a town of short distances. The most useful routes are micros 7, C and G, which climb the steep Av Grau hill to La Recoleta, and micro A, which serves the main bus terminal.

Car & Motorcycle

If you want to brave the rough roads outside Sucre you can try Biz Rent a Car for high-quality 4WD rentals starting at US$65 per day.


The city center is small enough to walk to most places, but taxis are readily available, including Sur and Chasqui if you want to go further afield or can’t face the hills.