Street art, Charquipunk
La calle Jaén, una de las más bonitas de la ciudad de La Paz en Bolivia. Aquí se encuentran los principales museos públicos.
Bolivia, Mark Maceda
The 10 Best Cultural Restaurants in La Paz: Spice, Swiss and Salteños
Bolivia’s La Paz is the highest capital in the world, and although, historically, it’s not a prime spot for ‘haute cuisine’, quality eateries are on the rise. We have picked out ten of the best restaurants in La Paz for top-of-the-world top-notch nosh with a cultural spin. Continue reading at theculturetrip.com
"Another shot from the Morenada I stumbled upon on the Altiplano. I loved how the women were dressed, obviously (see Morenada Dancer and Morenada) but the musicians were interesting too: all wearing suits, pink shirts and green ties. Look at how that guy’s hair are done!”
A performing of the Diablada dance during the Carnaval of Oruro/Bolivia.
by Ivan Milo
An Afro Bolivian woman and her baby
Afro Bolivians are unique in that they’ve adopted many of cultural practices, traditions, and attire of the Aymara people who are the largest Indigenous group native to Bolivia. Most Afro Bolivians not only speak Spanish but also the Aymara language fluently.
Copacabana at night
Lake Titicaca, Bolivia
ABOUTRecuerdos de Bolivia.