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It is easily one of Bolivia’s best museums due to its surprising content and diversity.
Foot-stamped wine can be enjoyed at this 400 year old house, which has been producing the same high standard of wines since the 1970s. Located in Tarija in the South of Bolivia, the wine here is free from chemicals whilst the grapes benefit from the cool climate of El Valle de la Concepción, where the hilly temperatures provide the perfect environment for producing high quality wines.
One of the most revered archaeological sites in Bolivia, Tiwanaku is a prehistoric city, dating back to 536-600 AD, featuring stunning sculptures, monoliths and religious artifacts.
It is an incredibly important site in both archaeological and religious terms, as the Inca heralded the area as ‘the birthplace of mankind’.
Here’s a guide to some of our favorite places, Potosí is the highest city in the world and, as a UNESCO World Heritage site, is filled with Spanish colonial architecture.
The National Mint began producing coins in 1574 but today this building functions as a museum.
The city of Potosí used to be one of the largest industrial compounds in the world due to the intensity of the silver extraction that took place around the 16th century.
The museum houses all the technology that was required to make the coins, in addition to an impressive mineral collection and even some local artwork.
Archaeologists still do not know some important facts about the site, thus shrouding Tiwanaku in mystery.
You can choose to walk up over 2000 steps, or enjoy a smoother ride and take the cable car to the top.
This statue of Jesus Christ (Christ Of Peace) provides stunning views of Cochabamba.
Although a little less famous than its cousin in Rio de Janeiro, the Christ Of Peace is equally as breathtaking and actually a little taller.
ainforest and the vast Andes mountain range, spanning seven nations.