Sucre is the official capital of Bolivia and the site of the Justice Court, has a very well preserved colonial architecture with white houses and red roofs, was declared a Cultural Heritage site by the UNESCO and is located in the valley at 2,801 m.
You’ll visit the Casa de la Libertad, where the Act of Independence of Bolivia was signed in 1825; Bolivar Park, to see examples of the aristocratic tradition of Sucre, with small replicas of the Eiffel Tower and the Arc of Triumph of Paris; the church and museum of La Recoleta, and the museum of Indian Textiles ASUR.
This colorful village has without a doubt the best traditional Indian Market of South America. They have a big fair every Sunday that had become the primary economic and social activity of the local people. The clothing of the Tarabuqueño men and women (quechua
The largest Dinosaur tracks of the world were found nearby the city of Sucre in Cal Orck’o, mainly of the Cretacic Period with over 60 Million years. Now they have built a Cretacic Park with original size giant dinosaurs and a site museum to explain this new toursit attraction of the city.
A 2 hours tour will take you to the site and visit the footprints and museum.
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Known as the “Machu Picchu of northern Peru”, the Kuelap archeological complex is the most important one