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George Washington Ave, San Bernardino, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1010A, Venezuela
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Rated 41% higher but also costs 46% more than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples60
  • Solo37
  • Business21

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is there any dangerous for travellers this time because of the bad relationships with colombia??

by nagoli

hello everybody,i am travelling in caracas the next week,and i would like to sak if there is something dangerous,because of the contra between chaves and colombia!!i am planning to travel with autobus for colombia and i am worrying if this is a little dangerous because i have heard that army is going to the boarders between the 2 countries..!thank you

Re: is there any dangerous for travellers this time because of the bad relationships with colombia??

by nhoolb

Until now,from what I have read, the border crossings are functioning normally, traffic is crossing as usual.

Flights between Bogota and Caracas are also not interrupted. But flights Maracaibo and Bogota/Barranquilla are suspended.

If you read Spanish:


But you never know what will happen in the coming days, so keep a close watch.

Re: is there any dangerous for travellers this time because of the bad relationships with colombia??

by nhoolb

So I see you have decided on your bus transport. Was my answer to your previous question of any help? What did you decide?
It would be nice if you had come back to me, at least to acknowledge that you had read my answer. That would have been polite.

Good luck....

Travel Tips for Caracas


by RafaelTheSecond

Not the whole country, but specially in Caracas....There PEPSI COLA RULEZ!!!!!!!

Chavez does not like Coca Cola, yes, the goverment is comvincing people to make a boicot!!!


It was a real suffering for me as I am an assumed addicted!!!

Thanks God, on the slopes of Avila in a little village of Gallipan I foud one little tavern that understand that THE GOVERNMENT HAS TO KEEP GOING, BUT COCA MUST BE SAVED!!!!

It was one of my happiest days in Caracas!

APRIL 15TH - 2008

caracas is very noisy, full of...

by venteeocho

caracas is very noisy, full of colour
1/4 of the populationof venezuela live here walking on the street you can find ice cream shops where you can choose several exotics flavors
I recomend : guanabana , is very nice

Food and water precautions

by cheesecake17

Do not drink tap water unless it has been boiled, filtered, or chemically disinfected.

Do not drink unbottled beverages or drinks with ice.

Do not eat fruits or vegetables unless they have been peeled or cooked.

Avoid cooked foods that are no longer piping hot. Cooked foods that have been left at room temperature are particularly hazardous.

Avoid food and beverages obtained from street vendors.

Do not eat raw or undercooked meat or fish.

General Information of Caracas...

by Schnorf

General Information of Caracas

Caracas, entrance door of South America

Although this site is defined as an 'eco-tourism' site, it is an obligation to talk about Caracas when referring to Venezuela, since it is definitively the center of all type of tourism activity, because most of the transportation companies centralizes their operations starting from this cosmopolitan and active city.

Caracas is a city of contrasts without limit, with a population near four millions and a half of inhabitants, modern, actual, filled with color and life. Originally created in a beautiful and fertile valley, It has expanded in spite of their natural limits, until beyond the confines of the state that originally contained it, penetrating in adjacent states, converting its metropolitan area almost in a state by its own. Their vast extension takes it from the western confines of the Federal District, until going into in several municipalities of the Miranda State.

In spite of it vast development, of the impressive freeways and avenues that interweave it, of the enormous buildings that seem to imitate towers of Babel, is in reality a town that palpitates in their daily existence. From their system of underground transport called 'Metro' (pride of all the of the 'caraqueños') they go and come to their works as an army of millions of human beings formed by workers, housewives, students, in short: of people.

Due to their cosmopolitan development, Caracas has lost something of its original ingenuousness, to leave step to impressive malls that substitute partly like meeting center of the of the 'caraqueños' to what before were squares and parks, although these persist and they are usually very visited at early hours, for those that take care of its physical conditions, sportsmen and walkers of all ages are searching to breathe some pure and crystalline air, that the city has lost as part of the payment for its development and growth.

Caracas is also a stock exchange center, since converge in it headquarters of the most important companies in the Caribbean and South America, besides it is one of the most important centers in reference to the oil transactions at world level. In their stock exchange and in their financial markets, papers of the most important companies in the country and in the world are traded, and it is forced bridge in the transactions with the community of nations of the Andean Pact.

Caracas is also a great center regarding the Latin-American culture and in its theaters and galleries are exhibited the best exponents in this, as well as cultural representations of all parts of the world make presentations in Caracas in their world tours.

In order to visit Venezuela, Caracas is the most important entrance of the country, although you will be able to come to the country entering for other cities like Porlamar, Valencia or Maracaibo, in that case you will have lose to know one of the most important metropolises in this side of the world...

Plug-in 2

by travelife

But the guy at the reception has been really very helpful in drawing me a quick map to buy one from near-by shop. He also wrote down what I was supposed to say and I just gave it to the shop-attendant and got one. Now you can see that in the picture.


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Address: George Washington Ave, San Bernardino, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1010A, Venezuela