Day by Day Vacation Package Itinerary
This is a Sample Vacation Package that we have created for customers in the past.
Contact us for a Custom Package created just for you. Day1 -La PazTransfer from international airport to Hotel Radisson. Overnight at Hotel Radisson.Day2 -La PazPrivate City Tour La Paz: During this city tour you will visit the Plaza Murillo (the city's main square, with the Presidential Palace, the National Congress and the huge, modern Cathedral, Church of San Francisco (dating from 1549, one of the finest examples of colonial religious architecture in South America, richly decorated with native religious themes), the Mercado de Hechicéria (witch market, where among others llama fetuses are sold, used to protect against evil spirits), the artisan market on Sagarnaga Street, the Museo de Metales Preciosos (Inca artifacts) and the Killi Killi watchtower. Overnight at Hotel Radisson. Day3 -La PazTiwanaku Ruins Private Tour: Pre-Inca ruins considered "The Cradle of the American Civilizations". Famous for its monoliths and temples, as well as an astonishing legacy of metal and ceramic arts. Overnight at Hotel Radisson. Day4 -SucreBreakfast and transfer to airport to take a flight to Sucre. Arrival in Sucre and transfer to hotel. Sucre City Tour: During this city tour you will visit the main square, its churches and a selection of 2 museums that you can choose: Casa de la Libertad (Historical Museum of the House of Freedom): The most important national historical museum, since it was the witness for a number of events that concluded with the formation of the Bolivian nation. Monastery and Church of la Recoleta: Founded in 1600. The church was built in the 19th Century. University Museums: The University of Sucre is in charge of a group of important museums. They are located in the building known as the Palacio del Gran Poder, with architecture of the 17th and 18th Centuries. Anthropological Museum: With three sections: Archaeology, Ethnography and Folklore, each one keeps notable collections related to their own specialty. Colonial Museum: Has a great quantity of paintings by European and local artists; sculptures, handcrafts and furniture of the colonial period. Modern Art Gallery: It exhibits a collection of modern and contemporary art, with works by famous Bolivian painters. Overnight at the Hostal de Su Merced. Day5 -SucreFull Day Tour Tarabuco: Definitively one of the most authentic street fairs of the Andes, where local people from the region come every Sunday to sell their products, wearing their traditional dresses with conquistador-style helmets, ponchos in many different colors and chuspas (bags for carrying coca leaves). A perfect place to buy hand-made pullovers, ponchos, charangos and handcrafts. Overnight at Hostal de Su Merced. Day6 -Potosi3 hours transfer from Sucre to Potosi. Arrival in Potosi and overnight at Hotel Cima Argentum. Day7 -La PazVisit to the mines: The silver from the 4824 m high Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) made Potosí once the biggest city in the Americas and one of the richest in the world. However, Cerro Rico also claimed the lives of countless thousands of Indian and African slaves. The mines of the Cerro Rico continue to be the main source of income for Potosí; however, there has not been a lot of change in the way mining is conducted. A visit to the mines will always cause the visitor to feel the same sensations that the miners feel, the solitude, abandonment, infinite darkness, and the presence of the ancestral divinities who watch over the lives of the miners. 3 hours transfer from Potosi to airport in Sucre to take a flight to La Paz. Arrival in La Paz and transfer to hotel. Overnight at Hotel Radisson.