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Like everything in Sucre this is stunning. The gardens are well kept and the surrounding buildings are incredible. Love the palace that was built for the president. But all are superb old buildings in great condition.
We were there both during the day and at night. It is absolutely beautiful, clean, safe and a lovely area to relax at. One can just sit for hours, watching the people, families and children also enjoying the plaza. There are a lot of restaurants...More
My husband and I were just in Sucre and one of our favorite things to do was to sit and watch the goings-on in the city center square! We loved watching the local musicians, dancers, and children chasing birds!
Definitely a must do in Sucre!
Every day there was something different going on in the main plaza. We had to walk past it from our hotel to go shopping, to the restaurants or just simply to sit on one of the many clean benches and watch the activities going on...More
If your visiting Sucre use this plaza as base camp. It’s surrounded with market stalls, bars, restaurants, shops, banks and tour offices - everything you might need. It’s also a pretty place to sit and relax for a while. The locals use it as a...More
A fairly safe area to hang out, people watch and do some eating and shopping. Mind your fresh vegetables and water or any iced drinks as you can get some interesting bugs. Shopping and prices are pretty great in Sucre. Lots of wool and alpaca...More
Something is always happening on this Square in the evening. The first evening there was some football celebration or something. Then there are protests. And salsa dancing. Breakdancing. More dancing. It's just fun to people-watch here.
There are also plenty of lovely shops and cafe...More
Marching bands. Singing bands. Flag waving competitions. This is just in one section of the park. In the mornings each corner is peppered with professional shoe polishers that will do a great job for only Sinco Bolivianos (equal to AUD$1). Plenty of seats with shade...More