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Located at a high elevation from the sea level, La Paz has an unusual subtropical climate with sub polar oceanic characteristics. The city receives rainy summers and dry winters. The temperatures during night are cold to very cold. Because of its elevation, the city boasts temperatures that are consistently cool to mild all through the year. Months from November to March are the warmer months in La Paz.

La Paz is served by El Alto International Airport. It is an international airport owned by the Government of Bolivia. It is the highest international airport in the world. Operated by SABSA S.A., the airport offers a number of flights operated to destinations such as Lima, Trinidad, Miami, Washington, Santa Cruz, and more.

Places of interest in La Paz

La Paz, also known as Nuestra Senora de La Paz, is the capital of La Paz Department in Bolivia. It is the third most populous city in the country and as the seat of the government of Bolivia. The city is, as per facts, the highest administrative capital in the world. It is perched in a bowl encircled by the soaring mountains of the altiplano. The city is dizzying for its quirky beauty. Travelers enter this beautiful city via the flat sparse plains of the city of El Alto. On a clear day, tourists can enjoy the vistas of snow laden Mt. Illimani looming in the ambiance.

  • Witches' Market: Also known as El Mercado de las Brujas and La Hechiceria, Witches' Market is a renowned tourist attraction located in La Paz. The merchendise sold in the market includes dried frogs, potions, and medicinal plants such as armadillos and retama. These medicinal plants are used in Bolivian rituals. The market is run by local witch doctors that are dubbed as 'yatiri'.
  • Coca Museum: A unique museum located in La Paz, Coca Museum covers the history of the coca plant from the Andean region and cocaine, which is a drug related to coca. The museum is associated with the International Coca Research Institute (ICORI) in La Paz. There is a traveling version of museum where tourists are allowed to visit.
  • San Pedro prison: The largest prison in La Paz, San Pedro prison is well known for being a society in itself. The prison is significantly distinct from most correctional facilities. The prison includes shops and restaurants run by inmates and their family living voluntarily with imprisoned family member.