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Sucre is the constitutional capital of Bolivia. The city is located in the south-central part of the country, on an altitude of 9,000 ft. Its lower altitude gives the city a warm temperate climate year-round. As of latest measurement the city has a population of population 260 thousand people.

The city of Sucre is famed throughout Bolivia, for it’s pretty en well maintained center, and it’s favorable climate, it’s locally known as “la ciudad blanca” or white city it’s often referred to as the most calm and relax in Bolivia, some say South America. Sucre sightseeing offers specific attractions in and around city center but also countryside such as historic theaters and museums like Casa de la Libertad, as well indigenous culture and prehistoric with as highlight Sucre’s relaxed atmosphere surrounded by them as earlier mentioned.

Getting around within city limits is easy, as Sucre is a small city with hop-on buses and private taxis. Some of the sightseeing on Sucre’s country side require private transport such as the Tarabuco market where the Cal Orkco dinosaur footprints are also located. Other than that, most travelers will stay within 5 blocks of the main square Plaza 25 de Mayo. To experience the relaxed ambiance of Sucre travel to Parque Bolivar a spacious park in the heart of the city.

To visit Bolivia, you will need a valid passport and about a hundred dollars for the visa. You need to fill in a visa application form as well. You also need to submit proof of sufficient funds for your stay, proof of return travel, and, if coming from Brazil or Paraguay, a proof that you have had your yellow fever vaccination.