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Tour to Valle Alto (Tarata)
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Tour to Valle Alto (Tarata)

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Tarata is a traditional Town that is at 45 minutes from Cochabamba city.<br>There is possible to enjoy a nice whether and see how were the colonial builds and taste traditional food.<br>Visiting markets and popular places the costumer is able to meet locals and understand Bolivian traditions.<br>Meet new people, a new culture and taste Bolivian food.<br>At the tour you will be able to understand more about the Bolivian culture.
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GeronimoDK wrote a review Mar 2020
Odense, Denmark7 contributions6 helpful votes
Don't go mondays if you can avoid it, the teleferico was closed and we had to pay for a taxi, normally you can climb up inside the statue, but it is also closed on mondays! On the upside, not many people up there on a monday!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Julionator wrote a review Jan 2020
Vancouver, Canada209 contributions4 helpful votes
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We got to the teleferico around 3:30pm on a Saturday and the lineup was big. We were told it was too late to get on (they close at 6 they said). We shared a taxi with another couple and it was a crazy race up the hill. I had to tell the guy to slow down because we weren't ready to die yet and so he did. Besides that bit of nightmare, the Cristo was amazing. There was quite a crowd up there, yet we managed to get a few pictures without too much waiting. The 360* view was majestic and the statue was mesmerizing, much better then what you see on pictures. The teleferico had quite a lineup going down as well, so we decided to just walk down the 2000 steps. We absolutely recommend this place as a must see while in Cochabamba and if you enjoy a good leg workout, then be sure to take the stairs all the way up.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Esko J wrote a review Jan 2020
34 contributions22 helpful votes
Nice place to go with cable car. Nyt so many tourists. Sometimes be careful there. Nyt often open (inside going).
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Bugra Saglam wrote a review Nov 2019
Ankara, Turkey47 contributions13 helpful votes
A good vision for city sightseeing. The monunent is very very huge and prestigious. Ride to the top with teleferic is also charming.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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JustJenniT wrote a review Oct 2019
York, Pennsylvania96 contributions8 helpful votes
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This was my second visit to Christ the Redeemer statue in Cochabamba, Bolivia. The views of the city and surrounding areas and mountains are beautiful!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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