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Book online now or pay your guide directly at plaza San Pedro at 11am or 2pm.
La Paz is a city unlike any other on earth. Its’ staggering height (3,600m/11,800ft) is only surpassed by its’ incredible beauty. Sprawling over a gorgeous valley and surrounded by massive mountains, ones’ first sight of La Paz is unforgettable, but its lasting mark on those who visit, is the life it holds within the valley walls.
Our city walking tour will bring this complex, busy, and incredibly interesting city to life! The people, history, and customs that make up La Paz are truly fascinating and give an insight into the life that makes up one of the world’s most vibrant cities. A visit to La Paz is hardly complete without walking her narrow alleys, meeting her people, and getting to know the past that makes her what she now is.
Look for your amazing Red Cap guide at 11am and 2pm daily in the center of Plaza San Pedro. Our guides wear I heart La Paz tshirts, have on Red Caps with our logo, and have guiding credentials.
Book now or show up to the city tour of your choice!
Enjoy your tour and remember if you loved it to tip your amazing guides!
CITY TOUR SIGHTS!
-San Pedro Plaza/Prison - We meet here EVERYDAY at 11am and 2pm. Look for the guide with the Red Cap and I Heart La Paz Tshirt in the center of the Plaza!
While no longer allowed in, this old military fortress converted into one of the world’s most interesting prisons in the centre of town is certainly worth a visit.
The vibrant street market alive in the colours, textures, bartering and Aymaran traditions. Try new and exotic local produce!
Colourful stalls where ancient Aymaran beliefs are still practiced. Get your fortune read in leafs of coca!
-San Francisco Church / Plaza
The gorgeous cathedral which symbolizes the city, old and new.
The centre of the city, Bolivian politics and all the dramatic history therein.
- Sol y Luna Cafe
Finish up trying a local drink and get help booking anything you would like to do in Bolivia!
*#1 activity on TripAdvisor!
*Rated one of the best walking tours in South America
*As cheap as we can legally make it!
*Learn about local culture and customs
*Get your bearings in this busy city