This new guide gives detailed accounts of all the major sights from the bustling street markets of La Paz to the tranquil islands of Lake Titicaca, and informed coverage of Bolivian history and indigenous cultures. The guide also includes practical advice on exploring the country's remote Andean ranges and Amazonian rainforests, along with candid reviews of all the best places to stay and eat, from jungle lodges to colonial mansions.Visiting the island You can visit the Isla del Sol (along with the nearby Isla de la Luna) on a day- or even half-day trip from Copacabana, but ita#39;s really worth spending at least one night on the island to fully appreciate its serene beauty. The bestanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rough Guide to Bolivia|
|Author||:||James Read, Rough Guides|
|Publisher||:||Rough Guides - 2002|