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When we first saw the cable car system over La Paz, we did not think it was an effective way to move the public. But it makes perfect sense as the city is built on mountains, an underground system would not work. Good birds eye...More
The cable car rides were fantastic. Seeing the city above, especially noticing some of the colourfully decorated neighborhoods was a thrill. The entire system runs efficiently and safely. Should be on everyones must do list when visiting La Paz!
The amazing topography, slopes, rivers, buildings and sightseeing are more enjoyable from the air, the best pictures, scenery, posts and better way to know La Paz almost every corner it's from upside... ride them all three colors cable cars is a must.
A trip of most of La Paz in just two hours. Seems like fantasy but you can organise a trip around the whole of La Paz. The cable car system is very modern and very clean. Make sure you get a photo from the highest...More
The cable car system in La Paz is relatively new and is a terrific way to see La Paz quickly and safely. By Oct 19 11 lines are available and I'm pretty sure at least 10 of them are running. Each trip on each coloured...More
A cheap and cheerful way to get around the city, high above the multitude. Built by an Austrian firm, this is the world’s largest high-altitude urban cable-car system and at the time I used it, had 8 lines moving thousands about 30 km, all around...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.