Beautiful Sucre is the constitutional capital of Bolivia. The historic city was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991 because of its wonderfully well-preserved colonial centre with many 16th century religious buildings. With a fifth of the number of inhabitants compared to the administrative capital La Paz, Sucre has a very cosy feel to it.
From the Sucre Travel Guide
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Hostel where you feel like at home. Owner, Riccardo, is absolutely easy going and always helpful hombre and he speaks english. Kitchen is massive, fully equipped and hostel is very clean as well. It has massive, sunny rooms with spacious beds and with 2 rooftops. Only 10 min walk to very downtown. ... more
“In my opinion and experience perhaps the most unpleasant,unprofessional and cantankerous manager I have ever come across. ... more
Argentina to Sucre, Bolivia
What do you all think is the best way to get to Sucre, Boliva from Argentina? I heard that I should fly. If I do fly, can I book a ticket in Bunos Aires, and how much time in advance should I do this? Thanks so much for your help! Alexis ...
Flights from Sucre, Bolivia
Hi, Does anybody has ever taken a flight from Sucre, booking the flight just a day in advance or so? Are there many flights daily to La Paz, maybe with connections to Cuzco if I don't want to stay in La Paz or don't have much time? Any recommendations are welcome! Thanks, Michael. ...
Sucre to Rio de Janeiro travel options
and as part of my trip want to get from Sucre where I will be volunteering to Rio. This will be in time ...
The White City
“The soul of a journey is liberty, perfect liberty, to think, feel, do just as one pleases” We arrived in Sucre at 5am, waited until the sunrise at the bus station, and as soon as we checked into to the hostel we passed out until noon, exhausted after a full night journey. Sucre is a lovely city, reminding ...
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