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Bolivia is rich in natural attractions, history and colonial architecture. The strong indigenous heritage and unique attractions such as the Salar of Uyuni mark this interesting country. 


The two capitals

The country has two capitals: La Paz, the executive and legislative capital (and the official) and Sucre, the capital according to the bolivian constitution.

La Paz has 3.650 metres of altitude above sea level, being the highest capital in the world, with a unique geography, situated in a valley, along a canyon in the Andes Cordillera. Many visitors are attracted by the city´s history, monuments, squares, churches, artcraft markets and the habits of its simple people. Others are perturbed by the poverty, chaotic traffic and dirty. La Paz is a city of contrasts, making it fascinating and popular among tourists.

Sucre is considered as one of the most beautiful cities of Bolivia.  A walk around the central streets takes you into the colonial times, with many old buildings, churches and the spanish architecture. It is considered by Unesco Cultural Heritage of Humanity. It's also one of the main University centers in Bolivia.


Lake Titicaca

The lake Titicaca is situated at 3.820 meters of altitude, being the highest navegable lake in the world. On a sunny day,  while navigating on its blue waters, you can see the Andes Cordillera on the horizon. It's also possible to visit the islands inhabitated by communities mostly untouched by progress. Copacabana is a small city situated on the margins of Lake Titicaca, and distant only 9 km from the peruvian boarder. During the Inca Empire, human sacrifice took place in Copacabama, in honour of the Gods.


Salar of Uyuni

The Salar is a desert formed by the evaporation of salted water lagoons over thousands of years. Another theory says that the desert of salt resulted from the formation of the Andes Cordillera, with moving tectonic plates that separated a part of the ocean, which stayed to the east of the Cordilleras and slowly evaporated. The Salar of Uyuni is the biggest of the planet, with an area of 12 thousand km square, at 3.600 meters of altitude. During the winter, you can travel over the salar for 100 km in a straight line, seeing the amazing contrast between the white Salar and the blue of the sky. If you travel during the summer, when the water from the Andes floods the salar, the water over the salt reflects the sky and the lanscape around it, making up a stunning scenery. 



La Paz: Besides the city's attractions, the surroundings of La Paz offers fantastic landscapes and great day trips such the ruins of Tiahuanaco, the mountain of Chacaltaya at 5.395 meters of altitude (easy acess) and the Moon Valley

Sucre: the city has a vibrant atmosphere, with many festivals and other events, and an agitated night life.  Titicaca lake: boat trips and visits to the islands in the lake and to Copacabana.

Salar of Uyuni: tour to the Salar in a 4x4 vehicle


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