In order to travel from Sucre to Cochabamba by bus, you have to go to the bus terminal on Avenida Ostria Gutierrez. The buses leave every day at 8:30pm and 9:00pm and arrive the next day early in the morning at the bus terminal of Cochabamba located on Avenida Ayacucho.
The distance between Sucre and Cochabamba is 329 km and the trip by bus takes 8 hours.
Cochabamba is the fourth
largest in Bolivia; it is considered the culinary capital of Bolivia and
renowned for its food and generous portions. Cochabamba is also known as the
garden city for its temperate climate, beautiful urban parks and nearby natural
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Sucre to Cochabamba Bus Timetable
Trans Copacabana S.A.
6 de Octubre
TRAVEL OPTIONS FROM SUCRE TO COCHABAMBA
Tickets Bolivia offers several bus travel options to make this journey:
Direct trip: You can travel directly from Sucre to Cochabamba. The journey takes about 8 hours. Buses leave at 8:30pm and 9:00pm. The bus companies offering this service are: 6 de Octubre (semi lie-flat buses) and Trans Copacabana S.A. (semi lie-flat and lie-flat buses). Trans Copacabana S.A. buses do a 30-minutes stop in Aiquile.
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SOME TOURISTIC INFORMATION THAT CAN BE OF INTEREST
Palacio Portales: The Palacio Portales was a residence of Simon Iturri Patiño, a Bolivian millionaire who was one of the wealthiest people in the world in the 1930s. Set in 10 hectares of gardens inspired by Versailles, the mansion was never occupied. The Patiño Mansion is now the Cultural and Pedagogic Centre Simon I. Patiño. The gardens and art museum called Centro de Arte Contemporaneo are open to the public.
La Cancha: La Cancha in Cochabamba is one of South America’s largest open-air markets. It is open seven days a week and you can find everything there.
El Cristo de la Concordia: Cristo de la Concordia is a statue of Jesus Christ located atop San Pedro Hill near the center of Cochabamba. It is accessible by cable car, or by climbing 2,000 steps. The monument has a total height of 40 meters, making it the second largest statue of Jesus Christ in the world. The views from the platform are gorgeous, and you can get a rare and clear view of just how big Cochabamba really is.
Tunari Mountain: Cerro Turani is a mountain which sits at 5,035 meters high, dominating the landscape to the northwest of Cochabamba. Travel two hours on the road, and go from a semi-tropical urban climate, to a mountainous and fresh environment. Many tour agencies offer this trip, transporting you to the wild Bolivian lands.
Parque Toro Toro: Four to five hours away from Cochabamba in bus, this national park is famous for being the land of dinosaurs.
Food: Cochabamba is known as the culinary capital of Bolivia and this is where you can eat the best food Bolivia has to offer in the most generous portions.