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Things to Do In La Paz



The Ritz Apart Hotel is perfectly located at the heart of La Paz, Bolivia, offering access to a wide range of attractions and things to be done. Whether you’ve come to explore the city or just have a few hours in between meetings. As well as to find the best attractions within few blocks of our hotel. When planning your visit to La Paz, our knowledgeable concierge and friendly staff members will be happy to help you with the best recommendations and tour arrangements to be visited.

Cable Car White

There is nothing in the world quite like La Paz’s cable cars, a public transportation system that takes you to various points throughout the city in eight-person cable cars suspended high above the city streets.

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Prado Ave

A popular place for city strolls, Prado Avenue features manicured gardens, statues, park benches and easy access to great restaurants.
 

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Teatro Al Aire Libre

This beautiful outdoor concert venue is host some of the biggest names in music and entertainment. 

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Central Urban Park

This city center park has walking and jogging paths, soccer fields, children’s play areas and great views of La Paz. 

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Mall Movie Center (Restaurants And Stores)

Whether you’re looking to shop, dine or see a movie, this lifestyle destination has it all.

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Moon Valley

Located about ten minutes outside La Paz, Moon Valley features a striking maze of giant clay and sandstone canyons and spikes ranging in color from ranging from soft beige tones to deep and dark purple.

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San Francisco Church

One of La Paz’s most important and historic attractions, this church was first built in 1581 and rebuilt as its present structure in 1753.

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Botanical Garden

This scenic garden showcases Bolivia’s floral diversity with over 1,000 species of plants, trees and shrubs from regions such as Chapare, Big Valley, the Chaco and subtropical areas of Bolivia. 

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Monticulo Square

This tranquil and beautiful urban park offers stunning views of Illimani Mountain and a peaceful ambience perfect for napping, picnicking, reading or just watching life go by while you escape the bustle of the city.

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Murillo Square

This plaza has been the epicenter of Bolivian public life since of public life since 1558.

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Jaen Street

Located near Murillo Square, Jaen Street is one of La Paz's most finely preserved colonial streets, this avenue is lined with beautiful historic homes painted in bright colors, bohemian restaurants, cafés and bars, and five of the city’s most important museums.

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Abaroa Square

A scenic park popular among Paceña families, this park dedicated to Eduardo Abaroa, a hero of Bolivia's War of the Pacific, is a place for relaxing, buying a small bag of corn to feed the pigeons, or finding a bench and enjoying a cup of cinnamon ice cream from Wistupiku. 

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Estadio Olimpico La Paz (Estadio Hernando Siles)

Built in the late 1920s to provide Bolivia with a proper football venue, this stadium is the home venue of the Bolivian national football team.

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