La Paz

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  • 1. Artesanías Sorata

    Clothing

    This funky little Sagarnaga store carries traditional fair trade alpaca knitwear with ethnic designs. ...

    This funky little Sagarnaga store carries traditional fair trade alpaca knitwear with ethnic designs.

    Calle Sagarnaga 303, La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia
    02-245–4728
  • 2. Calle Sagárnaga

    Market

    Calle Sagárnaga, near Plaza San Francisco, although tourist central, is still a good place to look for local handicrafts, Aymara embroidered...

    Calle Sagárnaga, near Plaza San Francisco, although tourist central, is still a good place to look for local handicrafts, Aymara embroidered shawls, and wool. Prices start at $15 USD and peak at more than $200 USD for those made of buttery-soft vicuña wool. Colorful polleras, the traditional skirts worn by indigenous women, are priced between $50 and $100 USD; bowler hats start at around $20 USD. Along the tiny streets that lead off to the right and left are numerous crafts shops.

    La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia
  • 3. Diseños Yumi

    Zona Central | Specialty Store

    For different, colorful, and trendy sweaters handmade from sheep and alpaca wool, try Diseños Yumi. ...

    For different, colorful, and trendy sweaters handmade from sheep and alpaca wool, try Diseños Yumi.

    Calle Sagarnaga 219, La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia
    02-241–5753
  • 4. El Alto market (Feria 16 de Julio)

    Market

    For the ultimate flea-market experience, visit the Feria 16 de Julio in El Alto on Thursday or Sunday. One of the largest markets in the world...

    For the ultimate flea-market experience, visit the Feria 16 de Julio in El Alto on Thursday or Sunday. One of the largest markets in the world, here you can buy anything from a forklift truck to a Kalishnikov rifle. There's no address, it just sprawls out from the Teleférico station, block after block, seemingly endlessly into El Alto. Access is much easier now thanks to the Teleférico (red line) but get there before 9am or after 1pm to avoid long lines. Carry little with you: pickpocketing is rife.

    La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia
  • 5. Mercado de las Brujas

    Market

    On Calle Linares, just off Calle Sagárnaga, you'll find the Mercado de las Brujas. The Witches' Market is where you'll find folk remedies and...

    On Calle Linares, just off Calle Sagárnaga, you'll find the Mercado de las Brujas. The Witches' Market is where you'll find folk remedies and herbal treatments.

    La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia
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  • 6. Mistura

    Souvenirs

    A great place to get anything from locally made soaps to recycled paper "llamita" notebooks to fine knits, this small, independent design store...

    A great place to get anything from locally made soaps to recycled paper "llamita" notebooks to fine knits, this small, independent design store—aptly named Mistura ("mixture")—is packed with trendy gifts and souvenirs.

    Calle Sagárnaga 163, La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia
    02-231–1192

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