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La Paz, Bolivia.
La Paz Walking Tour Cancellation Policy
As the Industry Leader in customer service we provide you with the flexibility to change your travel plans – with the assurance that you’ll have options to re-book when it suits you. As long as you notify us about changes to your travel plans at least 24 hours* before your scheduled departure, you can pick new travel dates or an entirely different trip, with no change fees. We offer:
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*Domestic/International Airlines may have their own fees. Day tours can be cancelled for a full refund at least 24 hours before tour start time. Multi day tours, treks and tour packages need to be cancelled at least 40 days before departure for full refund.
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Our La Paz Walking tour has two departures, at At 9:00 AM or at 2:30 PM. Our guide will meet you to begin the walking tour at the main gate of the cable car station (this station was very important during 20th century because it used to be the Central Train Station when trains operated in La Paz). From there we begin our trip very close to the sky, in the highest urban cable car of the world.
We enjoy the wonderful view of this beautiful city whose houses and streets “hang” from the mountains. We will head to one of the most important markets of the city (recently renewed) where you will have the chance to see this city’s typical products, and taste some of them.
Then we continue visiting the “Witches market” where you will find traditional remedies and witchcrafts to offer to “Pachamama” (Mother Earth) and the exteriors of the San Francisco Basilica, the most representative religious temple of the Baroque-Mestizo style in Bolivia.
Finally we address ourselves to Murillo Square, in its surroundings there are: the Presidential Palace, the headquarters of the Congress of the Republic and the Cathedral, where some of the most important events of Bolivian history have taken place. End of the tour (you should go back to your hotel on your own)