Free Walking Tour La Paz
Free Walking Tour La Paz is an awesome way to explore the administrative capital and largest city of Bolivia, located in the Andean highlands. Known for its unique topography, La Paz is built on a steep incline and is surrounded by snow-capped mountains. Visitors can explore the historic city center, which is home to many colonial-era buildings, churches, and plazas, as well as the famous Witch’s Market, where traditional medicinal herbs and potions are sold. The city is also home to many museums, such as the National Museum of Ethnography and Folklore, and offers great opportunities for hiking and climbing in the surrounding mountains.
Meeting point: Red cable cab. Central station.
Start times: 10:00 am
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Price: Tip only basis
Important: Please remember to check your ticket after booking to ensure you don’t miss any updates from your guide.
Free Walking Tour La Paz – Itinerary
La Paz from the Clouds:
This tour is a fantastic experience in La Paz using the largest cable cab in the world. This free walking tour will take you along the Witches Market, Spanish colonial streets and Murillo square.
Free walking tour La Paz will take you through some of the most iconic and interesting parts of this vibrant city. We will start our tour at the main gate of the Red Cable Cab at the Central Station.
We will head to the Witches Market, where you can learn about the traditional customs and beliefs of the indigenous people from La Paz, and purchase traditional handicrafts, souvenirs and potions.
Next, we will take a stroll through some charming streets, such as the Linares street, a street lined with colonial-style houses and traditional shops. Later we will arrive to San Pedro square, an interesting place to observe the famous San Pedro jail and the main avenue El Prado. Here we will take the Cable Cab.
After this spectacular experience from the air, you will walk along the most historic buildings and monuments, such as Jaen street, Murillo square, the heart of the city and the site of the presidential palace and the cathedral.
Free Walking Tour La Paz will finish at San Francisco church, a colonial church dating back to the 16th century.