M25***40If you happen to pass the Arms Square in the evening, the Peruvian flag will be flag-lowering, there will be a ceremony, there will be a ceremony, there are also some guards outside the presidential palace, and visitors can watch the show with peace of mind.
M32***23If you are in La Paz on weekends, you can take a walk in the San Pedro neighborhood, go to the church, then visit the San Pedro prison, and finally to the beautiful market Rodriguez (Rodriguez) just a few A short walk away, I suggest you look for the market on Rodriguez St. in Belém, and you will have the most unique pictures on the market. Oh! And try some empanadas or some fresh fruits, you will love them, trust me.
coo***anIt may not be the largest art gallery in the world, but you are in La Paz, not Paris. This place is a neglected treat. It's a pity that I may be the only guest in this place. The building itself is full of character-but pay attention to the top floor-instead of the railing on the balcony, you will find small animal sculptures! During my visit, my main focus was on Inés Córdova and Gil Imaná, two contemporary artists working in many different media. If the quality of the performance is typical, then this museum should be a treat no matter where you go. I also like the way the artwork is arranged-not just nailing things to the wall, the artwork can also be hung on the ceiling alone or on the platform. Those who put this exhibition together are very talented and imaginative curators. Take some time to look around this ancient building, as some areas may be half hidden. During my visit, there may be a hall on one side of the foyer, between the exhibition halls. There is also a small and interesting gift shop. I would recommend this museum to anyone who has the slightest interest in art. Entrance fee is small
lydia_hongLa Paz is one of the highest capitals in the world. It is said that unfinished houses and completed houses have different tax rates, so many houses are deliberately made unfinished, leaving red bricks exposed. The high density and large area of the red brick buildings contrast with the efficient cable car transportation system in this mountainous city.
coo***anThe well-organized and reasonably priced museum allows you to understand the historical life in depth. The location is a bit far from the city center, but it is well worth a visit, especially when you see some of the lesser-known historic streets of the city. Useful guides are available in multiple languages. Reasonably priced cafe/bar, worth a visit.