TRAVEL OPTIONS FROM BUENOS AIRES TO LA PAZ

Bolivia Tickets offers different options for this route:

  • Trip with stopover: To travel from Buenos Aires to La Paz there is no direct trip, as you must change buses at the border of Villazon/La Quiaca. You can travel from Buenos Aires to Villazón with Trans Americano (lie-flat and semi lie-flat buses). Buses leave every day at midday and arrive at Villazón at 17:00 the next day. From Villazón to La Paz, you have different options with the bus companies Expreso Tupiza and Panamericana.
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SOME TOURISTIC INFORMATION THAT CAN INTEREST YOU

  • Witch market : Located in downtown La Paz, behind San Francisco church, it is one of the most visited places by tourists. Here you can find traditional mixtures, amulets and various products that the diverse Bolivian cultures use to make offerings to Pachamama. You can also find clothes, accessories and ornaments with indigenous motifs that you can bring back as souvenirs.
  • Mallasa : This is a peaceful park located south of city where one can enjoy the weather and relax. It is 40 minutes away from the city.
  • Moon valley : Located on the way to Mallasa, this place acquires its name thanks to the geological characteristics of the land with a landscape out of this world. 
  • Cable car : A transport service consisting of 8 lines with different routes that will help you to discover the whole city from above. Remember that La Paz is located at 3,650 meters above sea level. You can board any of the lines in the areas of Irpavi, Obrajes, Alto Obrajes, Av. Arce, Plaza Villarroel, etc.
  • Viewpoints : The most visited viewpoints are the viewpoints of Pura Pura, Killi Killi, located in the Periférica area and the viewpoint of Laicacota located on Avenida del Ejército.
  • Museums : The city hosts numerous cultural spaces and museums. Some highlights are:
    • Precious Metal Museum (also known as Gold Museum) : This museum holds an impressive collection of Pre-Columbian pieces showcasing jewelries and ceramics.
    • MUSEF (Museum of Ethnography and Folklore) : This museum contains archeological pieces from around Bolivia, ranging from textiles, feathers, masks, metal and stone.
    • Museum of National History : Showcases fossils of animals from different geological eras. Located in the south of La Paz, in Cota Cota (street 26).
    • Museum Tambo Quirquincho : Contains collection of colonial and republican silver artefacts. There are also old photographs of La Paz, traditional masks and costumes.
  • Restaurants : There is something for all tastes and budgets in La Paz. If you want to taste a local delicacy, we recommend the delicious salteñas. If you want to taste typical and traditional food, you can find many more options around the city, especially behind San Francisco church, on Calle Murillo.

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