Free Walking Tour Sucre
Free walking tour Sucre guides you through the constitutional capital and the second most populous city of Bolivia. Known as the “White City” for its well-preserved colonial architecture, Sucre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors can explore the historic city center, which is home to many colonial-era buildings, churches, and plazas, such as the Sucre Cathedral, the Casa de la Libertad and the Calle 25 de Mayo. The city is also home to many museums, such as the Bolivian National History Museum and the Bolivian National Museum of Ethnography and Folklore.
♦ Meeting point: Plaza Cochabamba (In front of the church San Felipe de Neri you will find your guide wearing a yellow cap)
♦ Start times: 10:00 am
♦ Duration: 2.5 hours
♦ Availability: Everyday
♦ Price: Tip is mandatory, we are not financed by any organization.
♦ Booking: Making a reservation is mandatory
♦ Note: A small group walking tour (Max. 6 people) is available at 15:00 hrs. The price of that tour is 20 USD and you can pay it through PayPal. For booking that tour please contact us through whatsapp (+51 958 612 461)
Free Walking Tour Sucre – Itinerary
Free walking tour Sucre will take you through some of the most iconic sites of the city, where you will get a glimpse of the local culture, history, and architecture.
Free Tour Sucre starts at Plaza Cochabamba in front of the church San Felipe de Neri, where you will be able to see the different colonial buildings and learn about the history of the city and its importance as the constitutional capital of Bolivia. From here, you will be able to appreciate the different architectural styles and the use of space in the city.
Our first stop is the Casa de la Libertad, a historic building where Bolivia’s struggle for independence began. Discover the rich history and significance of this iconic landmark as we delve into Bolivia’s past.
Next, we’ll visit the Gobernación de Chuquisaca, the seat of the regional government. Admire the stately architecture of this colonial building and learn about its role in modern Bolivian governance.
No visit to Sucre is complete without a visit to the Catedral Metropolitana. Marvel at the grandeur of this beautiful cathedral, which dates back to the 16th century, and learn about its cultural and religious significance to the people of Sucre.
As we stroll through the city, we’ll also explore the colonial universities, which have played a crucial role in Bolivia’s education and intellectual history. Admire the architectural splendor of these historic institutions and learn about their contributions to Bolivia’s cultural heritage.
We’ll then head to the Mirador de Sucre, a viewpoint that offers panoramic vistas of the city and its surrounding landscapes. Capture stunning photos and take in the breathtaking views of Sucre and its picturesque surroundings.
A visit to Sucre wouldn’t be complete without a stroll along Callejón de los Gatos, a charming alleyway known for its narrow streets and colorful houses. Immerse yourself in the local atmosphere as we meander through this quaint part of the city.
We’ll also explore the bustling Mercado Central, a vibrant market where you can experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of Sucre. Interact with the locals, sample some local delicacies, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere of this bustling market.
Lastly, we’ll visit the Jardin de la Princesa de la Glorieta, a beautiful garden known for its ornate gazebo and picturesque setting. Relax and unwind in this serene oasis as we conclude our tour.