Bolivia vaunts a rich history, with much of it involving local indigenous populations and Spanish colonialization. One example is that of the Quechuan people, who populate lots of the country’s Andean Mountain terrain: Longstanding traditions, llama-filled ranchland, plus colorful bowler hats and puffy dress dominate here. When learning about the Spanish arrival, it’s historical cities like Sucre that help tell the story of colonialization: Cathedrals, Spanish-style architecture, and plazas are what you can expect when visiting.

To finish off, we want you to know Bolivia’s wonders are endless: The country’s capital La Paz is the world’s highest and cable car-navigable; the Uyuni Salt Flats proffer an inimitable moon-like landscape; and Lake Titicaca is often considered birthplace of the Incan people.

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