The Bolivian city of Cochabamba is divided into different neighborhoods which house all the city's charms. The neighborhoods include Casco Viejo where there are museums, churches, shops, important buildings and other attractions in
Cochabamba; the Central Zone where the
University of San Simón as well as major retailers and other things to see in Cochabamba are located; the Cala Cala is one of the oldest residential neighborhoods; North Zone is the most luxurious; and the South Zone is characterized by a very arid sector. As for things to do in Cochabamba, you can visit the Metropolitan Cathedral, the church of the Society of Jesus, and the Crown, a historic area where there is a monument erected to commemorate the battle for the independence of Bolivia. And as for the parks and other green places to see in Cochabamba, we can highlight Tunari Park, located a short distance from the city that houses the Alalay lagoon. There's also lots of stuff to do in Cochabamba, like taking the cable car to the Cristo de la Concordia, to see first hand how the cultivation of banana and orange is done or try one of the main courses. Some of the most famous are
meat, the silpancho, which is a dry plate with fried beef accompanied by a fried egg and salad, or jaka lawa,
ground corn served with chunks of meat and pigskin. Look for what to do in Cochabamba today and be amazed by all the
Cochabamba activities and
Cochabamba attractions there are to experience!!