In my opinion this is the best Colonial street in La Paz. It is peatonal and it has a lot of very pretty colourful houses with the added value that national hero Murillo lived there. Good stroll, good cafes, nice place
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My most favourite place whole in La Paz! There is a museum telling you a history of La Paz and also a little cozy cafe by the museum (my favourite!) You shouldn't miss out this place I swear!
A small street locates one block away from the municipal theater where you can experience colonial La Paz. Museums and galleries are open in the daytime, while cafes and pubs come alive at night. Many places also feature live music/entertainment on the weekends and will...More
Jaén Street offers a look at old La Paz that does not exist any more. A narrow street with well preserved old houses that have become museums and coffee shops. A pleasant stroll either with a group or on your own
This is one of the few streets in La Paz that have maintained their colonial touch. The street is narrow, with balconies from different houses facing one another. They are almost close enough for neighbours to shake hands or share apples (by tossing them over,...More
The street is quite short but you can wander into the art galleries and there are shops and restaurants nearby. It's well preserved and photogenic. You'll see some tour groups being led down here but it is also used by the locals.
Honestly, we did not like La Paz, but this little street is nice. Cobblestoned and colonial style, it is peaceful and beautiful. Probably overrated in the brochures, but nice to spend a relaxing walk through.