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360 Grados Hostel

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0.9km from city centre - Show on Map
8.9
Fabulous 218
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free Breakfast

360° Hostel is a brand new property in Santa Cruz de la Sierra.... More...

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Backpacker Suites

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
8.9
Fabulous 222
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Backpacker Bar&Suites will make you grow the desire of travelling!... More...

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Coco Jamboo Hostel

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0.8km from city centre - Show on Map
9.1
Superb 86
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Coco Jamboo Hostel offers free WiFi, comfy rooms and a barbecue in Santa Cruz de la Sierra.... More...

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La Jara Hostel

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1.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.8
Very good 51
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

La Jara is an ideal place for any young traveler looking to be in the community and part of the local environment. Wifi included!... More...

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Nomad Hostel

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0.1km from city centre - Show on Map
8.3
Fabulous 49
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Nomad Hostel is centrally located 20 meters from the main plaza.... More...

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HI Copacabana

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554.8km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 28
Free Breakfast

Hostelling International Bolivia presents HI Copacabana, right in the historic centre of the biggest city of Bolivia.

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Built on the lush tropical lowlands at the foot of the Andes, Santa Cruz has a different feel to the rest of Bolivia, which is dominated by areas of high altitude. Grand Spanish architecture remains from the city's colonial days yet there's a charming small-town ambiance in the narrow streets filled with homemade stalls. Restaurants and shops close for siestas so embrace the pace and spend the early afternoon watching locals play boules. Or venture outside of the city to cool off in the nearby Los Espejillos waterfalls.

Go for a Santa Cruz hostel with an outdoor pool and a bar, or one that has a roof terrace with 360-degree city views. You can take a siesta relaxing in a garden of fruit trees or in the airy interior of a hostel steps away from the main plaza. Many hostels in Santa Cruz have free breakfast and a choice of dorms or private rooms, as well as free Wi-Fi so you can connect with family and friends.

The central neighbourhood, Casco Viejo (old town), is full of colonial buildings, museums and galleries. Plaza 24 de Septiembre is the main square, crowned by the cathedral's 400-year-old clock tower that you can climb for panoramas of the city. Monseñor Rivero is a buzzing avenue of cafés and nightlife just north of the centre, while Urubo is on the northwestern edge of the city. This is a wealthy area home to Hollywood-style mansions and the modern Ventura Mall.

If you fancy trying tango, head to Casa Melchor Pinto. This former residence of the famous doctor turned cultural centre and exhibition space runs regular classes and events. Get your adrenaline pumping by spending a day at Parque Lomas de Arena, a 45-minute drive away. Here, you can sand board on the dunes or kayak on the lagoons of Güembé Biocentro and Resort across the Piray River. To blend in with the locals, café hop in the hillside village of Samaipata, 3 hours from the city.

Fly to Viru Viru International Airport and take the 30-minute minibus ride from the airport to Santa Cruz city centre. Estación Bimodal Terrestre y Ferroviaria – which is the region's combined bus and train station – is a 30-minute walk from the centre and has local and long-distance buses connecting to cities throughout Bolivia. To get around Santa Cruz use micros (collective minibuses) or taxis, which are plentiful and affordable.

We have 6 hostels in Santa Cruz de la Sierra with an average rating of 8.6 based on 1,524 reviews 6 of 6 properties available in Santa Cruz de la Sierra

About Santa Cruz de la Sierra

Built on the lush tropical lowlands at the foot of the Andes, Santa Cruz has a different feel to the rest of Bolivia, which is dominated by areas of high altitude. Grand Spanish architecture remains from the city's colonial days yet there's a charming small-town ambiance in the narrow streets filled with homemade stalls. Restaurants and shops close for siestas so embrace the pace and spend the early afternoon watching locals play boules. Or venture outside of the city to cool off in the nearby Los Espejillos waterfalls.

Go for a Santa Cruz hostel with an outdoor pool and a bar, or one that has a roof terrace with 360-degree city views. You can take a siesta relaxing in a garden of fruit trees or in the airy interior of a hostel steps away from the main plaza. Many hostels in Santa Cruz have free breakfast and a choice of dorms or private rooms, as well as free Wi-Fi so you can connect with family and friends.

The central neighbourhood, Casco Viejo (old town), is full of colonial buildings, museums and galleries. Plaza 24 de Septiembre is the main square, crowned by the cathedral's 400-year-old clock tower that you can climb for panoramas of the city. Monseñor Rivero is a buzzing avenue of cafés and nightlife just north of the centre, while Urubo is on the northwestern edge of the city. This is a wealthy area home to Hollywood-style mansions and the modern Ventura Mall.

If you fancy trying tango, head to Casa Melchor Pinto. This former residence of the famous doctor turned cultural centre and exhibition space runs regular classes and events. Get your adrenaline pumping by spending a day at Parque Lomas de Arena, a 45-minute drive away. Here, you can sand board on the dunes or kayak on the lagoons of Güembé Biocentro and Resort across the Piray River. To blend in with the locals, café hop in the hillside village of Samaipata, 3 hours from the city.

Fly to Viru Viru International Airport and take the 30-minute minibus ride from the airport to Santa Cruz city centre. Estación Bimodal Terrestre y Ferroviaria – which is the region's combined bus and train station – is a 30-minute walk from the centre and has local and long-distance buses connecting to cities throughout Bolivia. To get around Santa Cruz use micros (collective minibuses) or taxis, which are plentiful and affordable.