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Bolivia Cities and Regions

Lake Titicaca

Clear-blue waters, colorfully-dressed Aymara peasants, Inca temples, scenic islands, and the pretty town of Copacabana crown this high-altitude lake region bordering Peru.

La Paz

Nestled in a dramatic canyon surrounded by snowcapped Andes at 11,811 feet, Bolivia’s administrative capital features hilly neighborhoods with spirited markets and an eclectic mix of colonial and modern architecture.


Whitewashed mansions and majestic churches grace the colonial, UNESCO-protected center of Bolivia’s constitutional capital, a vibrant place known as “the White City of South America.”


Its climate of eternal spring and location at the heart of Bolivia’s fertile valleys give this student town a pleasant vibe, with leafy plazas and a lively café and restaurant scene.

Santa Fe

Set in the tropical lowlands beyond the last Andean foothills, this fiercely proud place is Bolivia’s second-largest and most economically robust city, and a gateway for trips into the Amazon.


The powerhouse of South America in the 16th and 17th centuries when its Cerro Rico mines overflowed with silver, this remote place – the world’s highest city – boasts incredibly preserved colonial architecture.


This dusty little railway town in the highlands serves as the gateway for jeep tours into the surreal landscapes of Salar de Uyuni.

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