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Free booking and cancellationFree payment tour, no set price, booking and cancellation are free
Hey! My name is Alvaro and it is sometimes difficult to pronounce for most foreigners, so just call me Daniel. I was born in Sucre but I lived and worked across the country and abroad. I studied language education and tourism at university and am a certified tour guide. I love hiking in the mountains, talking about history, politics, economics, etc... well, I lived briefly in America and learned a little bit of film criticism and literature. Currently I study in the culinary school. I'm proud of my Hispanic and Native heritage, and I'm pretty sure I can offer a very interesting and different perspective of my country.
The tour that will give you a different perspective about Bolivia, while walking around downtown Sucre with a certified guide.
Hey, thanks for scrolling all the way down here! Thing is, I love history. I was born in this city and I have spent most of my life here. The city of Sucre is the capital of Bolivia and kwonwing how this region became an independent country is something every single tourist should know.
There are different versions you might hear but, unfortunatelly, because of censorship, even most of Bolivian people ignore the true facts behind the foundation of this country. I have studied this issue for a long time: what happened here before the Spanish arrival? And what about the Colonial times and the early republican era?? And how things are going on now?? I have some very interesting answers.
I also tend to foccus on some dark issues and events that marked the Bolivian society, if you wanted to ask something to a Bolivian friend, even if controversial, feel free to ask anything during this tour. We will also have our laughs, since I want you to have a good time as well.
Come with me and learn more about my country.
The tour takes place in the historic center of Sucre and visits:
And more along the way.
I'll be sitting in the plaza in an orange jacket
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).