LEARN SPANISH IN BOLIVIA
Bolivia has a cultural wealth, the vastly differing Amazonian and Andean landscapes and the remnants of mysterious ancient civilisations make it a rich and exciting destination if you're looking where to learn Spanish.
About BoliviaPopulation: 9,182,000 July 2005 est.
Capital: La Paz, Sucre
Currency: Boliviano (BOB)
Bolivia is a country rich in biodiversity. Its three ecological steps include a wide variety of flora, fauna and landscapes from the Andes to the Amazon. National and international travellers alike can explore our many historic and ethnographic treasures.
Knowing what clothes to pack when visiting Bolivia depends not so much on when you go but how high you go. Ascending the whopping 3657m (12000ft) to a town like La Paz will mean rugging up all year round, with maximum temperatures only nudging the 20°C (68°F) mark and dropping to the low single digits at night. Visit the Bolivian lowlands, however, and you'll be peeling off the layers, with average monthly highs centring around 30°C (86°F). In both cases, the rain is generally less in the middle months, especially July; November to March at low altitudes are downright soaking.
Bolivia has 32 ethnic groups, each with its own colourful expressions of cultural diversity. It also boasts 1,340 tourist attractions and 300 archeological sites across the country. Bolivia is host to 66 of the 112 existing ecosystems and is one of the eight most biodiversified countries in the world.
Bolivia has a rich variety of traditional hand made handicrafts, such as carved objects in silver, wood, and others, textile threads, and a wide variety of textile is for export. You can also find all of these at market places, streets and traditional places as the With street, in La Paz city and some turistic centers such as Potosi, Sucre and other cities of the country.
Learn Spanish in Bolivia
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