Discover the best top things to do in Chuquisaca Department, Bolivia including Open Spanish School, Climbing Sucre, Me Gusta Spanish School, Sucre Spanish School, La Boca del Sapo, House of Liberty Museum - Casa de la Libertad, Museum of Indigenous Art ASUR, Church of San Felipe Neri (Oratorio de San Felipe de Neri), Plaza 25 de Mayo, General Cemetery.
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5.0 based on 132 reviews
Spanish Lessons in Sucre, Open Spanish has gained a reputation for providing high-quality education in a friendly and supportive environment at an affordable price. Idiomatic Tourism Programs we offer a linguistic immersion in Spanish language, at the same time our students are enjoying and discovering all our extraordinary culture, the bolivian gastronomy, the natural environment, the traditions and more
After travelling in Central and South America for almost 3 months and almost no knowledge in Spanish. I decided to stay in Sucre for longer and to take Spanish lessons. I started as a total beginner, I knew just a few words, which I picked up during my travels. I was lucky enough to have the amazing Shirley. She is a every good and patient teacher. She speaks English, so she can help if you don't understand an explanation. But still most of the lessons we spoke Spanish. However we had a lot of fun and visited a few places (restaurants and sightseeing). At first I only wanted to stay for 3 weeks, but because i liked the language school and the city so much, I stayed 3 more weeks. In those 6 weeks I learned a lot, I can now speak Spanish in an advanced level. And I also call Shirley a good friend of mine. Thank you very much for everything!
5.0 based on 174 reviews
You can visit the best climbing areas in Sucre and many other amazing places. • Guided climbing in Sucre, from beginners to experienced climbers. • We have routes for all levels of climbing. • We have expert guides and teachers ready to offer the best climbing experiences in Sucre. • We offer different climbing packages for you to choose from: • Half day of climbing. • Full day of climbing. • Experienced guides provide useful tips helping all climbers become better. • Your safety is our highest priority. • All climbing gear is inspected before and after each time it is used.
5.0 based on 143 reviews
We offer spanish lessons (for a day or more), salsa classes, tours, cooking classes, and other special events! Enrich your stay in Sucre with one or more of our activities. Our email address is listed, let us know if you have any questions. We are looking forward to meeting you!
We did 5 days of private class at Me Gusta to refresh our Spanish. We really learned a lot in those 5 days! Both our teachers Annie and Mariano were great, they adjusted the classes to our level and gave us new input to improve our spanish. We also got great materials to practice at home. The only negative thing was that there was no coffee :) We would definitely recommend this school!
5.0 based on 189 reviews
We offer individual private Spanish lessons 1-on-1 student/teacher as well as group classes for minimum of two students (max. four students) at the same level. Minimum session is 2 hours you can study 1 to 6 days a week. OPENING HOURS: MON - SAT : 8:00 AM To 18:00 PM (we are closed on Sundays) Weekly organized social activities like: wally-ball, cooking class, salsa, Bolivian cultural night.
Today I read Pablo Neruda's Pido Silencio in Spanish and understood it, and for this I have to thank my wonderful teacher Fabiola. I spent 4 weeks at Sucre Spanish School and I highly recommend it for learning spanish. Bettina, Claudia and the staff are very friendly and helpful. My teacher Fabiola is so knowledgeable and made learning accessible, fun and engaging. We talked in Spanish the whole time and I learnt a lot about life in Bolivia as well as Spanish grammar and words. I am so glad I studied at Sucre Spanish School, if I could give more than 5 stars I would. It was the perfect learning experience.
5.0 based on 186 reviews
Brought to you by La Boca del Sapo a unique Bolivian cooking class with cocktail making experience in the heart of the beautiful white city of Sucre. Bolivia is fast becoming a gastronomic hot-spot with its abundance of local Bolivian dishes and their distinct flavours which sets it apart from the rest of the world. At La Boca del Sapo we are passionate about the Bolivian food scene and want to share our passion for Bolivian food with like minded travellers. Through our interactive cooking classes travellers not only gain the skills to recreate a traditional Bolivian dish for friends and family at home, they get to know the local ingredients and the their significance to the Bolivian people. At La Boca del Sapo we believe that culture and tradition is at the heart of Bolivian food. Our concept is that you not only enjoy cooking and eating the delicious food we make, but through food you learn more about Bolivan culture and traditions, whilst making new friends!
Moi is a wonderful teacher - patient, firm, professional, clear and obviously loves cooking and great food. The fact that he could adjust the dish to a gluten-free, vegetarian version was much appreciated, and having my husband come join in afterwards for dinner (at no extra cost) was particularly gracious of him. The facility is also great: spotlessly clean, very well-organised and top-notch appliances in the kitchen...this is professional from start to finish, and well worth the very reasonable price-tag. Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 465 reviews
We are a state cultural entity that aims to rescue, protect, guard, preserve, restore, promote and value the tangible and intangible cultural heritage found in its repositories, generating spaces for reflection and debate to analyze and disseminate the production of knowledge and knowledge through its critical analysis.
The visit to casa de la Libertad wouldn’t be the same without the touristic guide . My English tour starts at 4 and the guide was Paula. Absolutely amazing! Excellent English , very knowledgable and full of details regarding the history of her county and the importance of that place for Bolivian history . Paula made my visit to this museum special Thanks
4.5 based on 264 reviews
The South Andean Anthropologists program has been supporting anthropological research and ethnic development projects in Bolivia for over 30 years and the beautiful and informative museum and museum store are products of their work throughout the southern Andean region.
4.5 based on 270 reviews
This is a must visit in Sucre. Beautiful architecture. Great photo opportunity at the top which also offer panorama views of the city which is the highlight of the visit.
4.5 based on 569 reviews
This great plaza is centrally located amidst the historical buildings that constitute a capital of this fantastic country! It is extremely popular and occasionally throngs with people, almost to the point that one has seek an alternate path through. It is an excellent point of reference for directions, especially since I was overnighting at the close by Colors House Hostel. The sculptures/architecture reflect the storied history of beautiful Bolivia, as well as being magnets for contemporary civic discourse. If it’s happening & important, it’s likely that it’s attached to this important public space. There is always snacks & drinks available here, from kiosks or the seemingly always-present TIAs selling from park benches. I was quite pleased with them as last night (09MAR) there was a showing of “el Diablo del Mineros”, and I provided popcorn for all viewers because I was able to Gimprush to the plaza and buy several bags! It certainly gets my enthusiastic “iWheel of Approval!”
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