Las Torres Hostal

San Alberto No.19, Sucre, 335, Bolivia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Sucre

Convents and Monasteries and Churches, oh my! - J

A travel blog entry by los2gringos

Seems that the Spaniards went a bit overboard with the whole religious building thing during the colonial times. Here in Sucre just about all the largest colonial buildings are either a church, monastery or convent. Seems that every block one of these giant edifices tower over the narrow cobbled street. You can also get a sense of the centrality of …


A travel blog entry by annelise-max


Un petit séjour de quelques jours dans la ville de Sucre. Nous sommes toujours en compagnie d'Aurelie & Morand. Nous prenons le temps d'apprécier les petits restaus du coin et de récupérer un peu de notre périple dans le Salar d'Uyuni. 

Il reigne dans cette ville une très bonne atmosphère. Il y a beaucoup d'édifices d'un blanc éclatant …


A travel blog entry by dagstar


On 19th May we entered Bolivia. Passing through customs with no problems, the difference between Argentina and Bolivia was immediatly obvious. The feel was generally less well off and less comercalised. The roads were dirt roads, and there were small shops and street sellers. The dress of the people was also much more traditional, especially the …

Sweet Sucre

A travel blog entry by jdtrip


... around the central plaza. The city designers, in slightly more recent times, were big fans of French design so there is a large park a few blocks from the centre that takes inspiration from Versailles and also features a mini Arc de Triumphe and a mini Eiffel Tower. The tour finished up at the top of the city limits where we took in the panoramic views of Sucre and relaxed in the baking sun.

Recharging in Sucre

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... capital of Bolivia, Sucre. We flew to Sucre. The flight took less than thirty minutes. Already in South America, on our trip, we have taken eight planes and this was the shortest. When we drove to our hostel from the airport, we saw this huge park with a playground. I said to my family, "I want to go there!" The playground is dinosaur themed because near here are lots of dinausaur prints. The only fun part of the park was a huge slide shaped like a ...

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