Central Bolivia

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  • 1. Artecampo

    Souvenirs

    This cooperative stocks a colorful selection of handmade hammocks made from locally grown cotton. They also sell mobiles and intricate hand...

    This cooperative stocks a colorful selection of handmade hammocks made from locally grown cotton. They also sell mobiles and intricate hand-painted woodwork.

    Calle Monseñor Salvatierra 407, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
    03-334–1843
  • 2. Asarti

    Clothing

    This boutique sells pricey but high-quality knits. They also export merchandise to their shops in Holland and Belgium. ...

    This boutique sells pricey but high-quality knits. They also export merchandise to their shops in Holland and Belgium.

    Calle México and Av. Ballivián, edificio Colon, Cochabamba, Cochabamba, Bolivia
    04-425–0455
  • 3. El Prado

    Neighborhoods

    Plaza Colón marks the start of El Prado (sometimes called Avenida Ballivián), a shop-lined avenue that stretches north to the Río Rocha. ...

    Plaza Colón marks the start of El Prado (sometimes called Avenida Ballivián), a shop-lined avenue that stretches north to the Río Rocha.

    Cochabamba, Cochabamba, Bolivia
  • 4. Gina McCollin

    Clothing

    Previously known as Casa Fisher, this shop is now owned by designer Gina McCollin and sells beautiful alpaca sweaters. ...

    Previously known as Casa Fisher, this shop is now owned by designer Gina McCollin and sells beautiful alpaca sweaters.

    Plaza Cala Cala, on Calle Atahualpa, Cochabamba, Cochabamba, Bolivia
    04-428–4549
  • 5. La Cancha

    Crafts

    This giant local market—yet another with claims to being the biggest in Latin America—is open daily near Avenida Aroma. It's a good place to...

    This giant local market—yet another with claims to being the biggest in Latin America—is open daily near Avenida Aroma. It's a good place to browse for less expensive crafts.

    Near the bus station, Cochabamba, Cochabamba, Bolivia
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