HI Sucre

Calle Guillermo Loayza 119, Sucre, Bolivia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Sucre

Looking for dinosaur footprints

A travel blog entry by patrice_eoin

18

Our bus to Sucre went fine. We arrived in there quite late at night and stayed at the closest hostel which we could find. This ended up being a converted old mansion. Everything was designed in marble, the staff were extremely helpful and the beds were the comfiest to date. The accommodation for the night was €3.90 each-such a bargain. The …

Road to Nowhere...

A travel blog entry by bryanoboyle

19

When we arrived very early the next morning we were surprised but not shocked to see another blockade setting up just outside Sucre…luckily it was just starting so it wasn't as bad as we had previously experienced. We were still balled out of the bus and left to our own devices about 8-10km from Sucre…we managed to hope on the back of a …

Sucre

A travel blog entry by dhara

Day Thirty Three

Arrived at 6 after a 12 night hour bus ride in the freexzing cold, there was no heating and temperature dropped below freezing, after making friends with the woman beside me, I managed to borrow a blanket but sleep evaded me. The day was spent in bed...

Day Thirty Four

The bolivian driver strike. Waking …

Sexy Sucre

A travel blog entry by randprtw11

21

We boarded the bus for Sucre and immediately noticed the difference in standard from the Argentinian buses. To be fair it was costing about 3 for a 9 hour journey so we couldn't complain but the bus was much smaller and really warm. We could cope with this though. Once everyone was on board they turned off all the lights even though it was only …

Sports and the City

A travel blog entry by jo-on-the-go

26

Sucre is a great city. It's pretty, relatively quiet, full of bars and restaurants, museums and activities. It's also a colonial city which makes a great change from the other bolivian cities and town i've visited so far. All toilets have toilet paper and soap, the people are friendlier than in the south, the lower altitude means warmer weather, …

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TravelPod Member ReviewsHI Sucre

Reviewed by maz360

Unfriendly place

Reviewed Sep 4, 2011
by (1 review) Norwich, England , Vietnam Flag of Vietnam

My private room was a little dirty and damp but the main problem was the unfriendly atmosphere and unhelpful staff. Nobody spoke any English and even in Spanish they weren't particularly forthcoming with information that I needed, like where to book a bus etc. It's about 20 minutes walk to the centre, I didn't fee safe walking back by myself at night.There were loads of much nicer hostels in the centre of Sucre.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

Reviewed by randprtw11

Nice hostel ,good value

Reviewed May 11, 2011
by (3 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Good value, clean rooms, hot water and great breakfast. Good location for bus station and justa quick bus ride to centre.

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TripAdvisor Reviews HI Sucre

3.00 of 5 stars Good