LA PAZ: A City High in the Sky
La Paz, at 3800 meters above sea level, is situated in a narrow valley at the foot of snow-capped Illamami. In La Paz you can see colonial monuments, visit museums and appreciate the folklore. From the highest, parts of the city there is a beautiful view of the Andes Mountain Range. La Paz is Bolivia’s most important city is its capital.
TITICACA: The Sacred Lake of the Incas
Lake Titicaca is called the “sacred lake of the Incas” because it was here that the first Inca was born. This lake is surrounded by the imposing snow-capped mountains of the Eastern Range. It is said to be the highest navigable lake in the world and the largest in South America. Its area is shared by Peru and Bolivia. Its two largest islands, the Islands of the Sun and the Moon, are frequent tourist attractions.
COPACABANA: The Sanctuary of Faith
This city is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Titicaca from which cruises leave daily or where it is possible to stay overnight at one of its hotels. It was built over one of the most sacred sites from the Tiwanaco and Inca eras. Since 6th century. Copacabana has been a pilgrimage site. Its important sanctuary built in the 17th century has Gothic fan vaulting, the cloister is Renaissance and the main altar is baroque.