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The world is awash with innovative rapid transit systems. The one that serves La Paz Bolivia is more than that. Its a system that meets the needs of all of the citizens. It meets the demands of the topography of the city. Its affordable by...More
The Teleferico is by far the best public transportation in La Paz. You avoid the heavy traffic and can on top enjoy beautiful views over the city.
I drove all the way from the city center to El Alto with 4 or 5 different lines....More
We took a taxi from Altos airport to the purple line. With our backpacks no problem, transferring between cars at stations to continue onward was fun if a little preparation was necessary.
Fantastic way to see the city from a different perspective, literally inside of...More
It's hard to imagine this is public transportation but it is and it's a great way to get around OR to get a birds eye view. We took the green and blue lines to get to El Prado and our first walk about. It costs...More
This was a great way to observe the city from different perspectives. We took the white line at noon and skipped horrible downtown traffic. We also decided to take the green line at night and discovered breathtaking views of La Paz.
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The red line is not at the airport. You have to take a cab to the red line, which is 10-15 minutes away from the airport depending on traffic. Luggage is allowed on the cars, they hold up to 8 passengers, so they will load... More
The red line is not at the airport. You have to take a cab to the red line, which is 10-15 minutes away from the airport depending on traffic. Luggage is allowed on the cars, they hold up to 8 passengers, so they will load less people in favor of your bags to keep it balanced. The red line is not connected to the yellow one and the lines connecting them are yet to be built. It's a long way from the red terminal to the yellow line so you'll need either a cab or a bus. Since you're carrying bags, I suggest you take a cab. Look up miteleferico online and see the map. Only red, yellow and green are working. Blue is opening anytime now.