Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
Photos of Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
Travel Blogs from Sucre
After a hideous 10 hour night bus we arrived in Sucre at 7am. We had 12 hours here in transit so put our packs into storage and made our way to the town centre. Sucre was a pleasant change from Uyuni and the desert! We spent the day walking around the town checking out the markets, the cemetery and wifi cafes to catch up on civilisation after four days in the ...
The other guys checked out today and left for the bus to La Paz at 6pm or so. In the day we hung around playing chess mainly. I began feeling ill after dinner so has an early night, made more difficult by the fact that they had a very late and loud party. Before the party they had traditional Bolivian dancers which was nice to ...
... de les voler, tellement c'était bon marché). Nous sommes ensuite allés nous promener au cimetière, recommandé car l'endroit est calme et agréable. Les gens y viennent pour étudier, être entre amis, des visites guidées sont même proposées. C'est en effet plaisant, pas si morbide mais on se sent toutefois pas à sa place parmi les familles en deuil. Chose surprenante pour nous, en Amérique du Sud, les corps ne sont pas ...
... to go to Tarabuco market which was a two hour bus journey into the Andes, where we got to see the bright market of all the woven goods, which were even cheaper due to being direct from the producer. Everyone was wearing traditional clothing, some looked very impressive. However if you wanted a picture they would demand you paid them, they also believe that taking pictures without permission you were capturing ...
... about the poorest country in South America is that El Presidente Evo Morales is a right prick, and to circumvent that bothersome constitution the country was founded on, (which states you may only serve 2 consecutive terms in office) he quite outrageously renamed Bolivia...."The Republic of Bolivia".
Sucre itself is a nice little city in the in the lower half of the country currently enjoying bountiful sunshine, friendly locals keen to chat to a gringo and whilst it has a ...