It is the historical capital of Bolivia. Declared Historical and Cultural Heritage of Mankind by UNESCO. Long isolation has helped the city to preserve its courtly charm. Sucre’s colonial architecture is a reminder of the history, culture and traditions that have thrived in this city and have influenced a wide region of South America. Until now, all the buildings in the center core of the city must be either white washed or painted white.
Near the city there are two sights worth seeing: the largest fossilized dinosaur tracks in the world at Cal Orcko; and Tarabuco Village, home of the most colorful and authentic native Sunday market of Bolivia.