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Train Cemetery

Uyuni, Bolivia
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Sunset and Stars Tour at the Cemetery of Trains from Uyuni
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Uyuni, Bolivia
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I had the pleasure of going on a Quechua Connection 4WD tour and seeing this amazing location. The history behind the trains is well worth knowing and makes Bolivia all the more interesting. The best part of the experience is you can climb up the...More

Thank Aaron M
Reviewed 6 days ago

it is just some lame old trains.. if you do a tour you will see it anyway but don't waste time visiting it. instead go for a beer^^

Thank Gregor M
Reviewed 1 week ago

The train cemetery is probably part of every Uyuni tour, or at least most of them and I think it's definitely worth a short stop. It's very close to the centre and a beautiful place to feel like a kid again climbing up and down...More

Thank Kjell V
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Better spend more time on the salar! There were sooo may people and, sire we took some photos, but the cactus island was definitely more worth to see. Don't know why EVERY tour goes there first at the SAME time..

Thank kathrinw21
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It is hard to find similar monument in the world! Most countries would properly restore the abandoned trains and put them in a museum. This place is a good witness of an important phase of Bolivian history and the status of Uyuni as a logistics...More

Thank Alice Man Kwan C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Part of a tour of the Salar de Uyuni, which was my best travel day ever in over 45 countries. So few tourist compared to any site in Peru made it more memorable.

Thank _dianelen
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great place to photo and explore. Amazing collection of rusted out locomotives. Fantastic photo opportunities and only a short distance to Uyuni Town

Thank vspina
Reviewed 26 June 2017

On our multiday tour to the amazing Uyuni Salt Flats and Altiplano, our tour stopped at the train cemetery for 45 minutes. This place is disappointing. There are many rusted hulks of old train engines and cars here. And you'll find many people climbing onto...More

Thank Alex C
Reviewed 23 June 2017

When visiting Uyuni for the magnificent salt lake this is on every tour operators list as there is nothing else in Uyuni. There is amass of old steam Engines bought from America, Scottland & England to transport minerals in the 1900's, unfortunately back then they...More

Thank David H
Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

This was only about 10mins from uyuni town, same as the salt flats... so if you only want to see these two things I'd suggest just getting a bus and paying a local to take you as would be far cheaper. The train cemetery was...More

Thank Feyne J
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