• Location: La Paz, Bolivia
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
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See vibrant markets, colonial architecture and mountain views on a 3–4-hour sightseeing tour of La Paz with a small group that includes Plaza Murillo, San Pedro Prison and the Witches’ Market. Hear Bolivia’s rich history as you follow your guide through the heart of the city, and learn how inmates have created a parallel city in Bolivia’s most famous prison. Sample local cuisine and in a neighborhood market, ride a bus into the hills for stunning views of the city, then meet traditional shamans in a bustling spiritual bazaar.


  • Morning city sightseeing tour with experienced guide, in La Paz
  • Delve into the daily life of La Paz during visits to local markets
  • Pass by San Pedro Prison and hear about its unusual operations, made famous in a book about a British inmate
  • Stop into a fruit market that offers a cornucopia of fruits, including some from the Bolivian Amazon
  • See local neighborhoods as you take public transportation up the hill to reach a spectacular viewpoint
  • Browse the folk remedies of the Witches' Market as your guide explains the beliefs of the indigenous Aymara people
  • Enjoy a small-group tour with a maximum of 12 people for a more customized experience

What You Can Expect

La Paz Small-Group Sightseeing Tour: Plaza Murillo, San Pedro Prison and Witches' Market

Talismans at the Witches' Market

Customer Reviews

Triston L K Australia

4 star rating: Recommended May 2015

Excellent tour. Would thoroughly recommend this particularly walking through the Witches' market

Eddy O

3 star rating: Worth doing June 2015

Meeting point was in Plaza Murillo which is very crowded in the mornings so hard to find guide. Lots of walking! Guide was very knowledgable! Took public transportation which I'm fine with but if u don't like taking the bus this isn't for u. Views from the cable car were breathe taking!

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