The colonial past, history and art in the Parador Santa Maria la Real make it a singular hotel that awakens your senses. It is situated in a stately 18th century mansion which was rescued and redone completely conserving all the architectural details.
Why to Visit Sucre?
Sucre is a beautiful colonial city situated in the eastern side of the Andes at an altitude of 2750 meters above sea level. It has a spring-like climate most of the year. Old traditions and customs are still part of life in this city. Nicknamed "the White City", the steep streets, towers, belfries, red tile roofs and balconies with intricate iron railings will transport you to another time.
Besides the architecture, colonial buildings and the art in its historical center, Sucre offers other interesting sights in the surrounding areas. You can visit the dinosaur tracks, prehistoric stone paintings, woods and enjoy the culture, customs, music and textiles of the indigenous villages.
The UNESCO declared Sucre CULTURAL HERITAGE OF HUMANITY in 1985. The spiritual enjoyment that you will derive from visiting this city is something that few other cities can offer.