Visit Cochabamba Department

The Cochabamba Department of Bolivia is a diverse and vibrant region located in the heart of the country. It is known for its spectacular landscapes and beautiful colonial-style towns, making it an ideal destination for adventurous travelers.

One popular tourist attraction in Cochabamba is Parque Cristo de la Concordia, a stunning hilltop park that offers breathtaking views of the city below. Here visitors can also enjoy several cultural attractions such as museums, churches and an old fort.

Another noteworthy site to explore while in Cochabamba is the 16th century Inka Bridge, which was built by Inca Pachacutec to cross over the Choqueyapu river. The bridge still stands today and serves as a reminder of this region's long history with pre-Columbian cultures.

Cochabamba has long been known for its cultural heritage throughout Bolivia and Latin America due to its abundance of folkloric festivals celebrating music, dance, art and cuisine from around the world. From traditional indigenous ceremonies to lively street parades - there's something fun happening in Cochabamba all year round!