Bolivia is a mountainous country with a very unusual structure, which, because of its geographical location, may truly be called the most isolated from the rest of the world country, but nevertheless the most international one, as it has 37 official languages. Besides that, Bolivia has the driest, the wettest and the saltiest areas, spread around its territory.
Bolivia has a very large number of natural sightseeings, including the high mountain peaks, the endless saline Uyuni Desert, the loud exotic birds, dwelling in thick green jungles, the capital of Bolivia, the city of Sucre and its narrow, cozy, colonial streets and, of course, worl-wide known goods and souvenirs made of Alpaca wool.
Bolivia is a proud owner of a very large number of the most varies historical, cultural and natural sightseeings, including the Spanish colonial architecture, different historical monuments of the ancient times and the unusual, bright details of the local citizens lifestyle their dwellings, customs, holidays and festivals.
Titicaca Lake is the sightseeings, which Bolivia shares with its neighbor, the country of Peru, is one of the most visited places of the country. The lake, surrounded by the emerald hills and snow-covered mountains, has few picturesque, tiny islands, spread all over it that are important from the historical point of view.
The saline Uyuni Desert is one of the most unusual landscapes on Earth. The desert has the territory of about 12 thousands square kilometers, and is famous all over the world due to its amazingly stunning beauty and the natural effect, which makes people feel like they are flying in the clouds.
Besides that, Bolivia is also famous for its various Indian theme festivals and carnivals that are held in the local cities of Copacabana and Oruro.