137***66[Scenery] Tour Tin Mine King Manor
[Fun] Not far from home. The back door is recent, but unfortunately I can't enter. Those who passed on Sunday morning were free of tickets, but I paid 20 Bocoins and invited the tour guide to explain, although I didn’t understand. Go inside the house, especially the small church, it's so beautiful! Can't take pictures.
coo***anThe most positive part of the park is that it is indeed close to the city. We actually walked back to the city center from the mountain. The park is not very spectacular, and the hike may be too long to be completed in one day. The total distance is 30 kilometers. We walked about 10 kilometers along the abandoned recreation area, and then we walked back in the same way. It is a bit boring to walk along the main road because it is just a dirt road. Fortunately, there are some shortcuts through the woods. It's a bit tired, but faster, you will actually feel like you are in the forest. Would I really recommend it? Probably not. But there are not many other hiking options close to the city. And it is free.
M32***23Everyone recommends not to go alone, because there may be dangers during walking. Came here twice this week and weekend to take the cable car but it was closed. It is not available during opening hours and it is difficult to find the entrance. So I left (a group), it was hot during the day! To bring a bottle of water, the view is good (if the weather is clear), but this is the only advantage, the statue itself is closed.
[Fun] Please remember that you can make an appointment to visit the Presidential Palace, saying that you may not necessarily meet the President of Peru! Inside is magnificent, there is a place for office and reception of foreign guests, and you can see the guard handover at noon!
M32***23If you are in La Paz on weekends, you can take a walk in the San Pedro neighborhood, go to the church, then visit the San Pedro prison, and finally to the beautiful market Rodriguez (Rodriguez) just a few A short walk away, I suggest you look for the market on Rodriguez St. in Belém, and you will have the most unique pictures on the market. Oh! And try some empanadas or some fresh fruits, you will love them, trust me.
The Oruro Carnival in Bolivia, UNESCO's masterpiece of human oral and intangible cultural heritage, one of the most characteristic carnivals in South America, during the week-long carnival, people dressed in colorful costumes on the street The big dance of ghosts and gods, carnival in a special way, it is not only the performance of justice over evil, but also the integration of religion and tradition, Christian culture, when this weekday is quiet, the mining town is just in time. The ceremony began in 2019.
On Saturday before the annual Lent, the small town of Oruro, the Bolivian town of South America, will have a sleepless night. The Oruro Carnival is the most lively day in the Bolivian Carnival, the most popular in the Oruro region. The
carnival overlaps with the Christian festival, but its origins are very old and it is the national tradition of the indigenous people. Whenever the festival comes, the surrounding villagers will wear all kinds of ancient costumes and costumes to parade on the streets. They are accompanied by cheerful songs to sing and dance, and the scene is lively and extraordinary.
Everyone in the town will join this grand carnival night, people stop by the street, watch the grand parade, and sing and dance along with the music, immersed in joy throughout the night In the atmosphere, its like a grand party without ending