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
The place was wonderful. It felt like a Mediterranean home with a fantastic view. The rooms were clean and comfortable, the courtyard pleasant and sunny. The owners were attentive and ready to do anything for you. There is a kitchen with balcony for use by the over-nighters. ... more
one of the best place to stay in Sucre. Friendly staff, very good location, really clean..what more.. its owner the best host of all the hostels I've visited. ... more
Sucre is a beautiful colonial town where we decided to stay and re-charge the batteries. We stayed in a lovely hotel called hotel parador. It was a bit flashy for us backpackers but the luxury they offered was much welcomed. Unfortunately both of us came down with some "travel belly" so our escapades were ...
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