La Paz is the capital of Bolivia and the highest city in the world, at an altitude of 3,658 meters (12,001 feet). The city is well-known for its natural beauty, including its rich flora and fauna and impressive mountain ranges. La Paz is also home to several museums such as The National Ethnographic and Folklore Museum; The National Historical Museum; and The National Art Museum. If you’re interested in learning about local history or artworks from around Latin America, these museums are worth visiting.
La Paz has a population of approximately 9 million residents who live on top of each other within its narrow streets. This can be both good or bad depending on how you look at it: it means there is lots to do here but less room to breathe!
The best neighborhoods in La Paz include Sopocachi (where many expats choose to rent); Miraflores; San Pedro de Sopocachi; El Alto (the second highest point in Bolivia), Bellavista Sur & Norte; Cercado Centenario Sur & Norte; El Alto Sur & Norte. There are also more expensive areas like Achumani, where most tourists stay when they visit La Paz because it's close to everything else without being too crowded with locals living there full time yet still close enough so that everything else within walking distance isn't too far away either.
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