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Common sense should prevail as far as safety in Sucre is concerned. When out sight-seeing, don’t put your bags down on the floor, especially around the main plaza – your things could disappear in a second. This also goes for bars, restaurants and transport centers. There are people at the terminal and airport who will chat to you to distract you, then lift your bag when you’re not looking – be aware of this.

There have been a few cases of the fake tourist/fake policeman scam (a person will approach you, pretending to be a tourist, they will strike up a conversation with you and then you will both be approached by a person attaining to be a policeman, who will ask to see your documents) around Recoleta and the main plaza – keep this in mind if anyone approaches you. The police recommend that you pretend to ring the police station if anyone approaches you asking for documents - you’ll assailant will likely disappear in a flash.

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to Sucre: When to go to Sucre and Sucre Shopping .

22 Feb 2010

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