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Means My cable car ! Really unbelievable - to see a cable car net work merge into an urban transport net work. Must take a trip upto El Alto. see the city during , day / night !
Smooth rides. very polite staff. the city...More
This is an absolute must do in La Paz. It is cheap, modern, efficient and shows off La Paz's stunning topography.
La Paz have found the perfect solution to its geographical limitations and the very busy roads. The views of the city are amazing and...More
This is a 3rd world country, yet they have these awesome teleferico's that get you around the city without the hassle of the streets! VERY inexpensive to ride and a great way to see the city. Awesome job Bolivia!!! Keep it up.
We took two different cable car lines to get us across the city and it was a good way to see it from a different perspective especially as the further out you go the more expensive gated communities you pass over and the contrast in...More
Those with the best view are the red, orange and yellow, it is the best way to see the city, the most recommended to see the sunset is yellow one, on Thursday and Sundays you can take the red cable car to go to the...More
This was our favourite part of La Paz, hands down! The Teleferico is a fantastic idea, and so cheap to travel. We rode the yellow line all the way up to El Alto, and then all the way back down to where it connected with...More
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The red line is not at the airport. You have to take a cab to the red line, which is 10-15 minutes away from the airport depending on traffic. Luggage is allowed on the cars, they hold up to 8 passengers, so they will load... More
The red line is not at the airport. You have to take a cab to the red line, which is 10-15 minutes away from the airport depending on traffic. Luggage is allowed on the cars, they hold up to 8 passengers, so they will load less people in favor of your bags to keep it balanced. The red line is not connected to the yellow one and the lines connecting them are yet to be built. It's a long way from the red terminal to the yellow line so you'll need either a cab or a bus. Since you're carrying bags, I suggest you take a cab. Look up miteleferico online and see the map. Only red, yellow and green are working. Blue is opening anytime now.