Address: Bolivar Esq Urcullo 128, Sucre, -, Bolivia | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sucre


A travel blog entry by bryan.welton on Apr 03, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

Sucre is Boliva's second city, the heart of which sets numerous pristine white buildings amongst parks, plazas and convents. Whilst it must harbour similar levels of poverty to Potosi, it masks them much better: take, for example, the adults dressed as Zebra, playfully encouraging motorists and pedestrians to obey the rules of the ...

Beautiful colonial city

A travel blog entry by sa2013 on Feb 26, 2015

1 comment, 24 photos

... A trip to the local cemetario is a somewhat moving experience, dozens of shops with all things needed for grave markers and memorials intermix with numerous street flower vendors that line the streets as you approach the cemetery. Inside you can stroll the beautiful tree lined lanes where families gather to pay their respects amongst on going services taking place in the massive site. A couple of young boys have found a ladder needed to climb ...

The Sweet White City in Carnival!

A travel blog entry by pocomonoloco on Feb 05, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

From Potosi we took a 3 hour bus to Sucre. UNESCO world heritage, I never thought I would find such a beautiful city in Bolivia. We liked it so much we booked for 2 nights and stayed 5, partly also because we were exhausted now with all the early mornings and moving around after 1 night.

We visted the local market, tried salteneous, the Bolivian version of empanada but 100 times better. They are more like a cornish pastie in that it is not as ...

Vacas 2

A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Oct 16, 2014

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Day two of the site visit started much the same as the first. We left early, I skipped breakfast at the morning market, and we ended up in a village around 10am. Today's first village is a relatively new program at just 6 months but is a branchoff of a nearby village. Apparently the villagers had been shadowing our staff member walk by on the way to the other village for several years and finally they blockaded her way to start a conversation about how ...

Vacas (Cows)

A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Oct 15, 2014

49 photos

Up early and out the door at 5:30am, we drove for an hour before stopping at a market for breakfast. As can be seen in the pictures, potatoes are quite a stable in the mountains. Breakfast for all of us was $2, I didn't have anything and instead opted for some bagels I had brought with me from my local grocery store.

We drove another two hours into the countryside to the area around a town called ...

Traveler Photos Glorieta Sucre

I found my princess
Sucre, Bolivia