Tourist attractions in Cochabamba

Cristo de la Concordia, Cochabamba

Cristo de la Concordia

Perched atop the San Pedro hill in Cochabamba, Bolivia, the 33 m (109 ft) tall statue of the Cristo de la Concordia is the tallest of its kind in the world. Visitors can climb inside up to the arms for a panoramic view of the city of Cochabamba.

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Carrasco National Park , Cochabamba

Carrasco National Park

The National Park Carrasco is located to the east of Cochabamba, Bolivia. Carrasco boasts incredible cloud forests and mountain scenery, deep valleys and canyons, torrential rivers, waterfalls, and exuberant vegetation.

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Tunari National Park , Cochabamba

Tunari National Park

The Tunari National Park is located to the West of Cochabamba, Bolivia. The Tunari National Park features Mount Tunari reaching about 5,200 meters and numerous lakes.

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Villa Tunari, Cochabamba

Villa Tunari

Villa Tunari in Tropical Area of Cochabamba is located in the center of Bolivia between the Andes Mountain Range and the lowlands of the Amazon. Enormous ecological diversity is spread all across its rivers and forests.

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Cathedral of Cochabamba, Cochabamba

Cathedral of Cochabamba

Cathedral of Cochabamba, Bolivia. The facade reflects a mestizo fusion of Spanish Baroque and indigenous architectural styles.

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Palacio Portales, Cochabamba

Palacio Portales

The Palacio Portales (Portales Palace) in Cochabamba, Bolivia, was built between 1915 and 1927. Portales was a residence of Simon Iturri Patino, Bolivian millionaire, called 'the tin baron' who controlled over half of the nation's output in the 1930s.

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Archeological Museum, Cochabamba

Archeological Museum

The Archeological Museum of Cochabamba, Bolivia, displays approximately 40,000 archaeological, ethnographic and paleontological pieces mostly from the Department of Cochabamba and some from Bolivia's other regions.

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La Recoleta, Cochabamba

La Recoleta

On the Northern side of the Rio Rocha in Cochabamba, Bolivia is La Recoletta and Avenida Pando. La Recoletta is a modern and chic area and center of nightlife in Cochabamba.

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La Cancha, Cochabamba

La Cancha

One of the biggest attractions in Cochabamba, Bolivia is La Cancha - the city market on the south side of town and the largest open-air market in South America. Clothing, food, souvenirs, or books, the Cancha has it all.

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Plaza Colon and El Prado, Cochabamba

Plaza Colon and El Prado

The Alameda Colonial de Ingavi, was transformed into today's Plaza Colon and the Prado Avenue which is often host to parades and urban recreation in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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Plaza 14 de Septiembre, Cochabamba

Plaza 14 de Septiembre

The Plaza 14 de Septiembre in Cochabamba, Bolivia is known for its colonial design and extensive history. It hosts incomparable gardens in this city of eternal Spring making this central plaza of Cochabamba a peaceful and inspiring environment.

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Pairumani, Cochabamba

Pairumani

Pairumani is located at 21 kilometers from Cochabamba in Bolivia and has an average temperature of 19 C. The Hacienda (farmhouse) of Simon I. Patino, known as the Baron of Tin is found in Pairumani. Pairumani is one of the most attractive places of the central valleys of the area.

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Tarata, Cochabamba

Tarata

Tarata is a town located at 35 kilometers from the city of Cochabambain Bolivia and has a moderate climate of 22 C. Thanks to its well-preserved colonial architecture Tarata remains a popular tourist destination in the valley.

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Cliza, Cochabamba

Cliza

Cliza is a small town located 35 km from Cochabamba, Bolivia. Cliza has a traditional fair on Sundays, with an enormous variety of typical dishes and drinks ('Pichon' (Squab) and 'Chicha from Cliza' (Fermented drink made of corn)).

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Parque Machia, Cochabamba

Parque Machia

Parque Machia is located a short walk to the east of Villa Tunari in the department of Cochabamba, Bolivia. The topography presents splendid views of the Andean Cordillera Oriental and of the lowland tropical region. The bountiful wildlife and pleasant breeze make this an ecotourism hot spot.

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Incachaca, Cochabamba

Incachaca

Incachaca or 'Inca Bridge' is found at 93 Km from the city of Cochabamba in Bolivia. Incachaca hosts beautiful waterfalls, semi-subterranean cascades, and natural springs gurgling with fresh water.

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Totora, Cochabamba

Totora

Totora is the capital of Carrasco province in the department of Cochabamba, Bolivia. Totora's cobble stoned streets and panorama of red tiled roofs recall Bolivia's colonial and republican past.

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Incallajta, Cochabamba

Incallajta

The ruins of Incallajta are located about two hours and fifteen minutes drive or 142 Km from the city of Cochabamba in Bolivia. The great fortress of Incallajta is a testament to the splendor of the Inca Empire, its massive stone constructions covering roughly 12 hectares.

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Puerto Villaroel, Cochabamba

Puerto Villaroel

Puerto Villaroel in Bolivia marks the convergence of the departments of Cochabamba, Beni, and Pando by the rivers Ichilo, Mamore y Madre de Dios. Puerto Villaroel looks like a typical Amazonian port town with small wooden houses and people relaxing outside.

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Tiquipaya, Cochabamba

Tiquipaya

Tiquipaya in the department of Cochabamba, Bolivia is also known as the city of the flowers. Tiquipaya hosts many dairy farmers and is known as a well visited and productive zone with surprising climatic diversity due to valleys, high plains, and sub-tropical regions.

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