Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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The Sweetest Town Of All, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

The Sweetest Town Of All

A travel blog entry by neil_mel


... Sucre. Though I have to admit to having second thoughts when I saw the plane that would be taking us! Sucre is the judicial capital of Bolivia and is where independence was declared and the constitution signed. Indeed for many years it was the Capital of ...

Two weeks in gorgeous Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Two weeks in gorgeous Sucre

A travel blog entry by burke1961


... to stay for two weeks recharging the batteries and taking some spanish lessons. Although the official capital of Bolivia is La Paz, the cultural capital is Sucre. The white wash buildings, all in an old colonial style make for a very interesting walk when ...

"Un Grog Coffe, por favore"

A travel blog entry by bray


... hills, high in the desolate mountains. It's famous for it's whitewashed, terracotta-roofed buildings and is apparently the cultural heart of Bolivia. It is, in fact, quite a nice city, and a lot more beautiful that the more-prosperous Santa Cruz. The sun ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog


A travel blog entry by carolitabasti


... pu! Par contre, nos papilles frémissent encore au souvenir des sonzos (brochettes de fromage et yuca), cuñapes, empanadas en tout genre, tortas, licuados... Ce ne sont donc pas les douceurs qui manquent à Sucre...! Cap sur Cochabamba! Gros ...

Sweet Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sweet Sucre

A travel blog entry by alyssachris

Also coming soon - we're updating this a bit out of ...

The world´s highest supreme court, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

The world´s highest supreme court

A travel blog entry by harryvs


... white washed colonial capital. It turned out to be totally beautiful and most probably the most beautiful in the whole of Bolivia. Its centre was totally preserved with bright white colonial 17th and 18th century Spanish grandeur. We had brunch and did a ...

Warmth & nice streets, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Warmth & nice streets

A travel blog entry by mellorde38


... is mostly out of the mines now so they dig for other metals and minerals still within the mountain. Fact of the day is that Bolivia is the poorest country in SA but has the most natural resources! The guys which went down were advised to buy the miners ...

Going up the High Mountains, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Going up the High Mountains

A travel blog entry by detog


... on proposal in a little truck. We went to a delegacy and lost about one hour and a half because that.  The drivers in Bolivia are not responsible. There is no post-light on the corners. Who hoots first cross first. They don’t park beside the ...

A day in Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

A day in Sucre

A travel blog entry by gbasilio

Sucre is a very nice city, at least the central area. It has many colonial buildings and some restaurants where you can get ordinary food. I got there in the afternoon and spent the rest of this day and most of the other wandering in the city. If you ...

Protest and Riots, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Protest and Riots

A travel blog entry by kirsty_joe


Arrived to sucre and checked into wasi masi hostel, instantly like the feel and felt like we could have spent some time here. Got up the following morning in search of an English breakfast. Encountered hundreds of women in the plaza standing in protest. ...

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