Transfer to Santa Cruz airport for your flight to Sucre (1 hour).
Arrival and accommodation at the hotel.
Arrive to Sucre, the capital of the department of Chuquisaca. Situated at almost 2,800 meters above sea level, Sucre is revered by Bolivians as the origin of the independence of their country. Due to its unique colonial aesthetic and historical significance, Sucre is now on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Departure to Recoleta Lookout. This lookout is located in the Plaza Pedro de Anzures, where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city that will leave you in awe as you witness the Andes mountains overseeing the city of Sucre.
Visit Museum of Indigenous Textile Art. The ASUR (Anthropologists of the Southern Andes) Museum of Indigenous Art was created with the intention to organize and promote the confounding and graceful textiles of the Jalq’a and Tarabuco people. Enter this museum, a dark and warm ambiance that permits the exposition of intricate Andean textiles to flourish in the gallery. This museum’s primary objective is to create opportunities for the disenfranchised indigenous communities to not only integrate into the urban class, but to expound these timeless pre-Columbian artistic traditions into the contemporary era of Sucre.
Visit the Convent of San Felipe Neri. Built in the 17th century as a symbol of the encompassing power of an influence of the Catholic Church. Enjoy a walk on top of these colossal structures for a finer view of the blissful white city.
Enjoy a calming walk in the greenery of the main plaza where the Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the City Hall and the Liberty House are located.
Visit the Liberty House: Built in 1700 by a Jesuit mission, this structure once served as a university that was attended by many of the protagonists that would eventually liberate Bolivia from Spain. It was here that the revolutionary spirit was fostered and invoked when Antonio Jose de Sucre and others would promote their independence in this hall on the 9th of February, 1825.
Visit and walk in the Bolivar Park, which has a man-made lake where you can enjoy pedaling on the calming waters, as well as admire the beautiful monuments and statues that are surrounded by a rich abundance of trees and walkways.
Note: The convent of San Felipe Néri is closed on Sundays.
Note: The Museum of the foundation ASUR is closed on Sundays (all day).
Note: The Museum of Casa de la Libertad is closed on Sundays in the afternoon and Mondays (all day)
Overnight at your hotel in Sucre.