Events

Check Out The Most Popular Events in La Paz

When you stay at Casa Grande Hotel, you will find yourself just moments from the most popular annual events, seasonal festivals and holiday celebrations in La Paz, Bolivia. Please view the event calendar below to learn more about what’s on during your visit. When planning your stay, our front desk staff is happy to help with tickets and travel arrangements throughout the city. 

  • Events at Hotel Casa Grande

    Independence Day

    Also known as Dia de la Patria, this two-day celebration features patriotic marches, military parades, gun salutes, street dances and cultural events reflecting the rich heritage of Bolivia.

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  • Labor Day

    Labor Day

    Each Labor Day in La Paz, most businesses and government offices in La Paz close for Día Internacional Del Trabajo, a day of parades, demonstrations and other events honoring the daily worker.

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  • Alasitas

    Feria de la Miniatura (Alasitas)

    The feast of Alasitas, which in Aymara means "buy," showcases beautifully made miniature objects from skilled local craftsmen at booths throughout the city. 

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  • Carnival

    Carnival

    With water fights, costumed parades, dancing girls and symbolic recreations of ancient rites, customs and traditions rituals, La Paz celebrates this Bolivian national holiday in style. 

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  • Easter

    Easter

    Each Palm Sunday, an agricultural fair features animals, fruits and vegetables for sale, as well as traditional foods. On Good Friday, thousands make a pilgrimage on foot from La Paz to Copacabana.
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  • Corupuse Cristi

    Corpus Cristi

    This Catholic festival celebrates the people’s faith by participating in public demonstrations among churches, communities, rendering adoration to holy Trinity. 

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  • Ayamara New Year

    Aymara New Year

    Held on the day the earth is the farthest from the sun, Aymara New Year features ceremonies in the Valle de la Luna and Tiawanaku, which the Aymara consider one of their sacred places.

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  • Saint Day

    Todos Santos

    Todos Santos, or All Saints’ Day, is a day on which Bolivian families gather to welcome the returning dead with family feasts and ceremonies. 

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  • Christmas

    Christmas

    Each Christmas season, La Paz becomes a holiday wonderland, with shop windows decorated with Nativity scenes and Christmas trees and the streets filled with colored lights, street vendors and plenty of…
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  • New Years Eve

    New Year’s Eve

    This festive celebration to ring in the New Year features parties, parades and fireworks, with agricultural fairs in the rural areas. 

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  • Christmas

    Christmas

    12/25/2016
    Each Christmas season, La Paz becomes a holiday wonderland, with shop windows decorated with Nativity…
  • New Years Eve

    New Year’s Eve

    12/31/2016
    This festive celebration to ring in the New Year features parties, parades and fireworks, with agricultural…
  • Alasitas

    Feria de la Miniatura (Alasitas)

    01/24/2017
    The feast of Alasitas, which in Aymara means "buy," showcases beautifully made miniature objects from…
  • Carnival

    Carnival

    02/27/2017
    With water fights, costumed parades, dancing girls and symbolic recreations of ancient rites, customs…
  • Carnival

    Carnival

    02/28/2017
    With water fights, costumed parades, dancing girls and symbolic recreations of ancient rites, customs…
  • Easter

    Easter

    04/16/2017
    Each Palm Sunday, an agricultural fair features animals, fruits and vegetables for sale, as well as…
  • Labor Day

    Labor Day

    05/01/2017
    Each Labor Day in La Paz, most businesses and government offices in La Paz close for Día Internacional…
  • Corupuse Cristi

    Corpus Cristi

    06/15/2017
    This Catholic festival celebrates the people’s faith by participating in public demonstrations among…
  • Ayamara New Year

    Aymara New Year

    06/21/2017
    Held on the day the earth is the farthest from the sun, Aymara New Year features ceremonies in the Valle…
  • Events at Hotel Casa Grande

    Independence Day

    08/06/2017
    Also known as Dia de la Patria, this two-day celebration features patriotic marches, military parades,…
  • Saint Day

    Todos Santos

    11/02/2017
    Todos Santos, or All Saints’ Day, is a day on which Bolivian families gather to welcome the returning…
  • Christmas

    Christmas

    12/24/2017
    Each Christmas season, La Paz becomes a holiday wonderland, with shop windows decorated with Nativity…
  • New Years Eve

    New Year’s Eve

    12/31/2017
    This festive celebration to ring in the New Year features parties, parades and fireworks, with agricultural…
  • Alasitas

    Feria de la Miniatura (Alasitas)

    01/24/2018
    The feast of Alasitas, which in Aymara means "buy," showcases beautifully made miniature objects from…
  • Carnival

    Carnival

    02/12/2018
    With water fights, costumed parades, dancing girls and symbolic recreations of ancient rites, customs…
  • Carnival

    Carnival

    02/13/2018
    With water fights, costumed parades, dancing girls and symbolic recreations of ancient rites, customs…
  • Easter

    Easter

    04/16/2018
    Each Palm Sunday, an agricultural fair features animals, fruits and vegetables for sale, as well as…
  • Labor Day

    Labor Day

    05/01/2018
    Each Labor Day in La Paz, most businesses and government offices in La Paz close for Día Internacional…
  • Corupuse Cristi

    Corpus Cristi

    06/15/2018
    This Catholic festival celebrates the people’s faith by participating in public demonstrations among…
  • Ayamara New Year

    Aymara New Year

    06/21/2018
    Held on the day the earth is the farthest from the sun, Aymara New Year features ceremonies in the Valle…
  • Events at Hotel Casa Grande

    Independence Day

    08/06/2018
    Also known as Dia de la Patria, this two-day celebration features patriotic marches, military parades,…
  • Saint Day

    Todos Santos

    11/02/2018
    Todos Santos, or All Saints’ Day, is a day on which Bolivian families gather to welcome the returning…
  • Christmas

    Christmas

    12/24/2018
    Each Christmas season, La Paz becomes a holiday wonderland, with shop windows decorated with Nativity…
  • New Years Eve

    New Year’s Eve

    12/31/2018
    This festive celebration to ring in the New Year features parties, parades and fireworks, with agricultural…
  • Christmas

    25/12/2016

    Each Christmas season, La Paz becomes a holiday wonderland, with shop windows decorated with Nativity scenes and Christmas trees and the streets filled with colored lights, street vendors and plenty of Christmas music. While their parents sell their crafts, children often roam the streets playing Christmas carols with native instruments like pinquillos (traditional flutes), charangos (small, 5-stringed guitars) and tarkas (square flutes).

  • New Year’s Eve

    31/12/2016

    This festive celebration to ring in the New Year features parties, parades and fireworks, with agricultural fairs in the rural areas. 

  • Feria de la Miniatura (Alasitas)

    24/01/2017

    The feast of Alasitas, which in Aymara means "buy," showcases beautifully made miniature objects from skilled local craftsmen at booths throughout the city. 

  • Carnival

    27/02/2017

    With water fights, costumed parades, dancing girls and symbolic recreations of ancient rites, customs and traditions rituals, La Paz celebrates this Bolivian national holiday in style. 

  • Carnival

    28/02/2017

    With water fights, costumed parades, dancing girls and symbolic recreations of ancient rites, customs and traditions rituals, La Paz celebrates this Bolivian national holiday in style. 

  • Easter

    16/04/2017

    Each Palm Sunday, an agricultural fair features animals, fruits and vegetables for sale, as well as traditional foods. On Good Friday, thousands make a pilgrimage on foot from La Paz to Copacabana.

  • Labor Day

    01/05/2017

    Each Labor Day in La Paz, most businesses and government offices in La Paz close for Día Internacional Del Trabajo, a day of parades, demonstrations and other events honoring the daily worker.

  • Corpus Cristi

    15/06/2017

    This Catholic festival celebrates the people’s faith by participating in public demonstrations among churches, communities, rendering adoration to holy Trinity. 

  • Aymara New Year

    21/06/2017

    Held on the day the earth is the farthest from the sun, Aymara New Year features ceremonies in the Valle de la Luna and Tiawanaku, which the Aymara consider one of their sacred places.

  • Independence Day

    06/08/2017

    Also known as Dia de la Patria, this two-day celebration features patriotic marches, military parades, gun salutes, street dances and cultural events reflecting the rich heritage of Bolivia.

  • Todos Santos

    02/11/2017

    Todos Santos, or All Saints’ Day, is a day on which Bolivian families gather to welcome the returning dead with family feasts and ceremonies. 

  • Christmas

    24/12/2017

    Each Christmas season, La Paz becomes a holiday wonderland, with shop windows decorated with Nativity scenes and Christmas trees and the streets filled with colored lights, street vendors and plenty of Christmas music. While their parents sell their crafts, children often roam the streets playing Christmas carols with native instruments like pinquillos (traditional flutes), charangos (small, 5-stringed guitars) and tarkas (square flutes).

  • New Year’s Eve

    31/12/2017

    This festive celebration to ring in the New Year features parties, parades and fireworks, with agricultural fairs in the rural areas. 

  • Feria de la Miniatura (Alasitas)

    24/01/2018

    The feast of Alasitas, which in Aymara means "buy," showcases beautifully made miniature objects from skilled local craftsmen at booths throughout the city. 

  • Carnival

    12/02/2018

    With water fights, costumed parades, dancing girls and symbolic recreations of ancient rites, customs and traditions rituals, La Paz celebrates this Bolivian national holiday in style. 

  • Carnival

    13/02/2018

    With water fights, costumed parades, dancing girls and symbolic recreations of ancient rites, customs and traditions rituals, La Paz celebrates this Bolivian national holiday in style. 

  • Easter

    16/04/2018

    Each Palm Sunday, an agricultural fair features animals, fruits and vegetables for sale, as well as traditional foods. On Good Friday, thousands make a pilgrimage on foot from La Paz to Copacabana.

  • Labor Day

    01/05/2018

    Each Labor Day in La Paz, most businesses and government offices in La Paz close for Día Internacional Del Trabajo, a day of parades, demonstrations and other events honoring the daily worker.

  • Corpus Cristi

    15/06/2018

    This Catholic festival celebrates the people’s faith by participating in public demonstrations among churches, communities, rendering adoration to holy Trinity. 

  • Aymara New Year

    21/06/2018

    Held on the day the earth is the farthest from the sun, Aymara New Year features ceremonies in the Valle de la Luna and Tiawanaku, which the Aymara consider one of their sacred places.

  • Independence Day

    06/08/2018

    Also known as Dia de la Patria, this two-day celebration features patriotic marches, military parades, gun salutes, street dances and cultural events reflecting the rich heritage of Bolivia.

  • Todos Santos

    02/11/2018

    Todos Santos, or All Saints’ Day, is a day on which Bolivian families gather to welcome the returning dead with family feasts and ceremonies. 

  • Christmas

    24/12/2018

    Each Christmas season, La Paz becomes a holiday wonderland, with shop windows decorated with Nativity scenes and Christmas trees and the streets filled with colored lights, street vendors and plenty of Christmas music. While their parents sell their crafts, children often roam the streets playing Christmas carols with native instruments like pinquillos (traditional flutes), charangos (small, 5-stringed guitars) and tarkas (square flutes).

  • New Year’s Eve

    31/12/2018

    This festive celebration to ring in the New Year features parties, parades and fireworks, with agricultural fairs in the rural areas.