Oct 26, 2019 - Oct 27, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
La Paz Bolivia is a beautiful city that is situated in a valley of the Andes Mountains. It is the administrative capital of Bolivia and home to the governor and other acting officials. La Paz is not only an administrative center but also a cultural and economic center of the region. Whether you are traveling there for business or pleasure, you will want to use Skyscanner to find the cheapest hotel and resort deals available.
After you have used Skyscanner to find the cheapest flights to La Paz Bolivia, and reserved the perfect rental car, you'll be ready to explore your hotel options. Here are a few of the incredible deals on La Paz hotels and resorts we found using Skyscanner's helpful search tools.
Using Skyscanner's cheapest month search, we were able to find that the cheapest tickets to La Paz departed during the month of October. Many tourists prefer to travel during the fall and winter months as it is cooler and less likely to rain.
La Paz Bolivia International Airport is located around 14 miles from the center of La Paz. There are various forms of transportation available including shuttles, taxi services, buses and rental cars. These can be reserved directly from Skyscanner's website.
This mountain top high city sits at an altitude even higher than Machu Picchu. Any backpacker, foodie, or adventure traveler, will surely enjoy strolling the streets, sampling a new bar or cafe, and just make sure to find a vista point to see the colorful red mountains and enjoy the scenery of being in Bolivia!
The world's highest capital sits at two miles above sea level and you'll feel it when you arrive. A thriving busy metropolis that's managed to preserve a sense of self and local culture. The food scene is thriving and there are some fantastic restaurants. A great base for planning explorations to other parts of the country.
Very interesting city indeed. Just was amazed by the sprawling red rooftops of the city above and both sides of the cliffs to the valley below, as far as eyes can see.
La Paz is not an attractive city in the classic sense, and there are no "must sees." BUT . . . the city has a color, energy and chaoticness that I find very appealing. La Paz is the highest capital in the world and you feel the lack of air right away, so take it slow first couple of days. I love the markets, the squalor - especially the market in El Alto the growing city "above" La Paz. Just watch your belongings if visit here though. Also, if come in May (first week) is the famous celebration of the Grand Parado. A must see!