Atractivos turísticos en Tarija, Bolivia

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 Tourist Attractions

San Lorenzo Short description and top destinations.

San Jacinto Dam Short description and top destinations.

Tomatas Short description and top destinations.

Destinos populares

  • bluetick Titicaca Lake
  • bluetick Tiwanaku
  • bluetick Tarija Carnival
  • bluetick Samaipata
  • bluetick Coroico
  • bluetick Moon Island
  • bluetick Uyuni Salt Flat
  • bluetick Sun Island
  • bluetick Rurrenabaque
  • bluetick Toro Toro
  • bluetick Villa Tunari
  • bluetick Jesuit Missions

Destinos por ciudad

Top 10 Destinos Turísticos en Tarija, Bolivia

  1. Casa Dorada

    Casa Dorada

    The Casa Dorada (Golden House) has as one of its main features its highly symmetrical design. The front resembles a single tile made of several columns. The top portion has window openings with a semicircular groined arch atop of each one

  2. Las Americas Avenue

    Las Americas Avenue

    The Las Americas Avenue offers an extensive and beautiful stroll. Located at the side of the Guadalquivir River, it surrounds the southern part of the city.

  3. San Francisco Church

    San Francisco Church

    Construction of the San Francisco Church began in the 17th century, although its current facade corresponds to the 18th century. In 1610, people responsible for the temple headed the foundation of La Cofradia de Nuestra Señora de la Visitacion, composed by the freed black slaves residing in the city.

  4. Metropolitan Cathedral of Tarija

    Metropolitan Cathedral of Tarija

    The Metropolitan Cathedral of Tarija was built in 1810 by the Jesuits and declared a cathedral in 1925. At present, it runs a public school and in its interiors it harbors the Cathedral Museum that displays valuable objects such as oil paintings, silver work and gold chalices with stone inlays.

  5. San Roque Church

    San Roque Church

    Iglesia de San Roque (the Church of San Roque) is built on wooden pitches, disposed in forms of columns. The temple has three wooden vessels in wooden and external eaves. The roof of tiles rests on a hurdle lattice. The church was remodeled in the second half of the nineteenth century by the Argentine architect Bustamante.

  6. San Juan Church

    San Juan Church

    The San Juan Church was founded in 1632. The surrender of the Spaniards was signed here, and so the victory of the National Liberation Army was enacted, after the battle of La Tablada in April 1817. It is located in the area of the same name from which visitors can appreciate a panoramic view of the city.

  7. Tomatas


    Tomatas is a natural bathing resort located 5 Km. from the city of Tarija. Its beaches are bathed by waters from the Guadalquivir and Erquis rivers. Tomatas has a suspension bridge over it and a small park with a forest in it, a perfect site for an unforgettable picnic.

  8. San Lorenzo

    San Lorenzo

    Located at 16 Km from the city of Tarija, the town of San Lorenzo displays Spanish colonial styles, wood-carved balconies and stone-layered streets. In this town is the house of Eustaquio 'Moto' Mendez, hero of Bolivia's fight for independence from the Spanish rule and a beautiful church with an archaeological style from 1709. The house is currently a museum.

  9. Yacuiba


    Yacuiba is a border town with Argentina and it is an important urban center. Its vegetation and fauna are diverse. A large highway links Bolivia to Argentina. Every year the FESTIFRONT event is held in Yacuiba.