Pase una noche explorando la cultura gastronómica de la Paz a pie, comiendo en auténticos restaurantes, bebiendo la cerveza local y haciendo su propio cóctel. Su guía experto local le llevará en un deliciosa recorrido por el paisaje gastronómico de La Paz, deteniéndose en restaurantes locales para comer manjares y especialidades de Bolivia. En una parada, incluso se preparará su propio cóctel. El recorrido de 3,5 horas termina en un bar de vinos y quesos para probar algunos de los vinos de la región. Los grupos están limitados a ocho personas, asegurando una experiencia personalizada.
Chris was our tour guide and he was amazing. So fun and laid back, I immediately felt comfortable with his knowledge and education of the foods that we were able to taste. He was really fun and made this tour amazing!! Definitely recommend booking this tour with Chris!
Loved this tour. I was lucky enough to get two guides - Romberto was leading the tour, and Karen was learning the ropes. The food and drinks we tried were varied and universally amazing. Such a fun and yum night!
Remberto was an amazing guide on this tour. And as mentioned in other reviews, there really is a lot of food: Api, Pastel, different non-alcoholic and alcoholic berages, fritanga, sopa de maní, pique macho and desert. Wow.
I was the only participant on the tour, because two other tourists had just cancelled. If it was possible in such cases to join other foodie tours of other providers so as to meet some other tourists the more, the merrier it would be a five star experience.
I wish I had an extra stomach! My wife and I were the only ones on this private tour which was fantastic. Our guide, Chris, was on time, courteous, had great knowledge and really made the evening for us.
Our first stop was in the local market where there were some great local characters always friendly and they looked after us with some appetisers. We then sauntered our way through numerous traditional stops and eateries until we came to a couple of bars. The atmosphere with the live music was awesome and you really get a feel for the night scene in La Paz. I genuinely believe you get a better quality of food in these bars then you would in a restaurant. At least that's how we found it!
A warning for those - do not eat before hand. There are about 5-6 dishes and they are huge! Tasty, but be prepared to put on a few kilograms!!
This tour was excellent! We had Marisol as our tour guide, and she was promptly waiting for us at the meetup location, and easily recognizable. She was very pleasant, spoke great English, and was very informative for us learning about Bolivian food and culture. We went to 4 spots during the tour and consumed essentially 5 full meals -- so full after the tour!!! Had I known it was going to be so much food, I wouldn't have finished any of them, to allow for room, or to prevent the bloated feeling because I did try to eat them all! LOL. There wasn't any wine on the tour, but there was beer, and also a local mixed drink, along with the experience of learning how to make it. I would recommend the tour 100.
I had a great time on the La Paz Food, Wine, and Beer Tour! The guide was awesome, and he provided a great glimpse into Bolivian culture and food. We started at San Francisco Church and ate our way through the city.
Firstly red cap tours didn't have us on list. Fortunately someone else had booked and the tour guide came for them. He also wasn't wearing a red cap which made difficult to spot tour guide in one of the most busiest areas. Secondly there was no beer/wine. Thirdly guide forced me to eat cow tongue