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.
Desde Guía de viajes de Sucre
We let Santa Cruz via an internal flight. The airplane was really small, 25 people max. Luckily, the flight was not bumpy. Sucre is a great colonial town, with most of the center comprising of white ...
Posted in TWO MONTHS IN SOUTH AMERICA by AlainJacq
We headed for Sucre after one night in Uyuni. We had to get a bus from Uyuni to Potosi which is a small mining town just south of Sucre. Some people decided to stop off there for a night or two to visit the mines, but myself and Maureen decided to catch a bus from here straight to Sucre. We got to Sucre ...
Posted in Around the World, Around the World!!! by Chelseakeeler6