Cochabamba's main square has a nice mixture of historical architecture and the modern city life. The colonial buildings are supported by rows of arches, and it's nice to go for a walk around the square. At the centre, under the trees, is a popular meeting point.
The place which you can see below in the photos is a cultural place where many people go to rest watching their children distracted. You can also play chess, the most important thing is to see the cathedaral which is located in the square of my city. The place I'll describe is a very relaxing atmosphere where you can go with family. With friends, with family, with children, more than anything is a very nice place where there are tables where you can play chess with friends. When I calm down I go around and relax watching the passing people and eating popcorn.
In the main square, actually, the only square in Samaipata, there is a sundial that indicates the time with absolute accuracy. This colonial-style town, with its narrow streets, and a very calm and relaxed atmosphere, broken only by the traffic travelling between Santa Cruz de la Sierra, 120 km away, and Cochabamba, about 450 kilometers away.
This is a place of rest, where you'll find lots of greenery. It's a popular meeting spot for young people who are on their way to one of the many restaurants serving regional cuisine, or numerous shopping areas nearby. Highly recommended.
The Plaza 25 de Mayo is the main city square of Sucre. In this square is the Cathedral, the House of Freedom and the History Museum of Bolivia. In the center is a park which I found to be a very pleasant place to relax in good weather. My advice is to come to this holiday spot.
Very close to the business and residential areas, this is a square built in honour of the miners. There are kiosks installed on both sides, enabling you to eat cheaply, with a variety of fruits, vegetables, pies, and other temptations. Two golden statues representing a miner and his wife are erected in the centre of the square.