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recommended Plaza Murillo
Plaza MurilloLa Paz, Bolivia
A great place to check out some beautiful colonial architecture in a bustling square. There's not much to "do" here, per se, but it's a great stop on a stroll that takes you to Plaza Mayor, the ... read more
Witches Market, and some great artisan shops on Sagarnaga.
recommended El Alto
This is the sort of place that will scare you off if you read too much about it, but it also happens to be where real Bolivians live and are working hard to see the development of their country. A ... read more
little messy, yes, and plenty off the beaten path, but still worth a visit.
This is definitely for the more adventurous, but there is a great open air market here, and if you time, it's worth checking out some cholita wrestling.
recommended Witches' Market
This market, which sells products traditionally used in spiritual rituals, is just the right amount of creepy and curious and it's an easy stop along a fun stroll through downtown. Cause who would ... read more
miss a chance to bring home a llama fetus?
recommended Restaurante Ken
Restaurante KenF Zuazo, Nuestra Señora de La Paz, Bolivia
My favorite place to get Japanese in the city. It seems wrong to order fresh raw fish at 13,000ft in the Andes, but this spot is attached to the Japanese cultural center, and take their food seriously ... read more
and do it well. The Gyoza is also great.
recommended Gravity Bolivia
Gravity BoliviaAvenida Mariscal Santa Cruz 1490, Nuestra Señora de La Paz, Bolivia
The pioneers, of biking down the "world's most dangerous road". Hop on one of their hip mountain bikes, and cruise down 12,000 feet of treacherous dirt road to the lush jungles at the bottom. An ... read more
Unforgettable experience, and much safer than it sounds, but of course not that safe. If you are going to go, go with these guys. They take safety seriously, and have great equipment.
recommended Tambo Colonial
Tambo ColonialAve. Illampu 704, 704, Nuestra Señora de La Paz, Bolivia (in Hotel Rosario)
This is a great little restaurant, set on the second floor of Hotel Rosario. A great place to go to try local food, a nice salad bar, and friendly service.