Although many visitors may miss the annual Phujllay celebrations in March, you will want to catch Tarabuco’s colorful, sprawling Sunday Market, which features high quality artesania: pullovers, charangos, coca pouches, ponchos and weavings that feature geometric and zoomorphic designs. The colorful wares lay out
in stalls around the plaza and on the side streets lend a festive and a light – hearted atmosphere. Men wear distinctive monteras, which are leather hats patterned after those worn by the conquistadores. This is one of the only places where one can still see and participate in trueque (barter) exchanges.

It Includes: Transportation: Private for the tour. Sucre / Tarabuco. 64 kms. Food: 01 lunch Guide: Spanish - English - French-German- Italian.
Recommendation. - Trekking shoes, sunscreen, and a small backpack.
Note:The fair is only open on sundays from 09:00 to 16:30

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  • Booking Code: 1992
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