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Uyuni, Bolivia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Give it a pass .... unless you are histoical train buff, photographer, selfie addict or "tick off everything there is to do" kinda guy !!!

Thank Shibac701
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This attraction is very interesting! Many train wagons, locomotives and so on have been left in this place... the history is a bit debatable... but, anyway, nice place to visit! Go and enjoy it!

Thank Wilson N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This stop is included in all salt flat tours. The cemetery has an eerie feeling. For me it's underwhelmed as it's just rusty trains. I spent max 10 mins. But for those who love selfie, you can spend some time climbing on different train parts.

Thank ntpmichiru
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We went here as part of an organised tour. Its just a pile of old rusted trains. The history is interesting but i really didnt get anything from visiting. They just use it to pad out the itinerary. If you can leave it out, then...More

Thank karenontherock34
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The train cemetery is full of old locomotives that were used to carry the salt down to the coast when Bolivia had a coast. Since this was lost the trains were no longer able to operate so they have all been left to rust away...More

Thank Gail S
Reviewed 11 October 2018

Interesting to see the graveyard, but it was packed with tourists more interested in selfies than the actual history and the place it self. Sad to see such a decline in what would have been an impressive operation in its day. The tourists bring in...More

Thank gbac3000
Reviewed 5 October 2018 via mobile

This was part of our Uyuni trip :) it was nice to see :) lots of old trains that are there to die. You can take really nice pictures

Thank Laura F
Reviewed 4 October 2018

Not only for train buffs but stunning view of old steam locomotives stranded in the desert like a bunch of whales on the beach

Thank Andreas M
Reviewed 3 October 2018

This was a very interesting place - be sure to get the history of it with a guide - otherwise just looks like a bunch of old trains. However - combined with the story it is a true historical event!

Thank Pat C
Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile

Just a nice place to walk around. Take photos and have fun with it. I think you can walk here from the town.

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Andrew W
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The Train Cemetery museum is outdoor, it's open all day long.
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