Budget: less than B$200
- Dorm/budget beds: B$40–70
- Bread for breakfast, set lunch, dinner supplies bought in local market: B$50
- Museum admission, limited tours: B$125
- 2nd-class transit: B$70–100
- Midrange hotel: B$160–400
- Hotel breakfast, lunch and dinner in a restaurant: B$200
- Extra cash for beers, guided trips, excursions: B$300
- 1st-class transit: B$150–200
Top end: more than B$650
- Top-end hotel: B$400
- Breakfast buffet, lunch and dinner at high-end restaurant: B$250
- Plenty of extra cash for guided trips: B$300–400
- 1st-class transit and air transfers: B$300–500
Gentle haggling is usually fine at markets, and some negotiation is common if arranging a service such as renting a taxi for a day. Use your judgement and decide if the price seems fair; attempts to bargain hard may become uncomfortable. Bear in mind that many Bolivians have very little money, and arguing over a dollar or two probably isn't worth it.
There's an ATM at Banco Unión, located on the far side of Av Integración from Restaurant San Silvestre.