La Paz, Bolivia, is known for the tremendous experience that is offered for food and wine lovers. While it is not among the really popular travel destinations you would consider, if you love wine and food, do consider a visit in La Paz. You will surely love the following tours as being among the best.
La Paz Pub Crawl
This is a really good 5 hours pub crawl tour that allows you to visit the best of the city’s pubs. You would be led by a tour guide that is a true expert and that knows absolutely everything about the pub scene of the metropolis. There are 4 pubs that are included and the last stop will be particularly special since it also includes dancing opportunities. While the tour lasts 5 hours, you can stay for as long as you want at the last pub. What you may not know is that La Paz is considered as being among the top party cities in the world. Such a tour will surely highlight why this is the case. You are even going to make your own traditional cocktail with insights from a professional.
La Paz Wine, Food And Beer Tour
An entire evening can be spent on an exploration of the foodie culture in La Paz. Tourists are taken to authentic restaurants for really great dishes and you will also get to experience some pubs where you would drink local beer and you would make a cocktail of your own desire. The guide is an expert, as expected, and the local eateries selected are the best in La Paz. On the whole, the tour will last close to 3 hours. The last stop is a wine and cheese bar. This is where you get the opportunity of experiencing some of the very bst wines that the region has to offer. The tour will only accommodate a maximum of 8 people. This guarantees the personalized experience that you are surely looking for. A stop at a local market is also included so that you can see some exotic vegetables and fruits you could buy.
La Paz Small Group Food And Markets Tour
This is definitely the tour that you want to be a part of in the event that you want to experience the best flavors the country has to offer. We are faced with a special culinary tour that offers tasty snacks and treats, sweet options and mouthwatering dishes. This includes fish specialties and classic soups at restaurants that are family run. To make matters even better, you will also stop at local markets, which was already discussed above. However, the extra comes from the stop made at a chocolate factory in La Paz. Bolivian beverages and chocolates are really tasty here. Those that participate in the tour will quickly figure out why Bolivian cuisine is so popular. We are faced with a small group tour that allows a maximum of 12 people so that the experience will be personalized.