Bolivia belongs to the poorest countries in South America. Like Peru, the country lives and breathes with their Indian past, but Spanish colonization has ruined the old civilisations. We can still admire amazing colonial towns on the background of the high peaks of the Andes that make you feel like you are somewhere in Europe. In addition to cultural beauty, the country offers a rich heritage in the Amazon rainforest in the north and the Andes in the west – national park Reserva Eduardo Avaroa. Among other interesting places in Bolivia, we can include the world’s largest salt plain – Salar de Uyuni. Another unique spot is Potosí, where you can find one of the largest silver deposits in the world. Travellers can visit an active mine and watch the miners at work. In Bolivia, you will meet the giant statues of Jesus Christ and countless festivals, where salsa dances to the end. People really know how to live.