LIDOTEL Hotel Boutique Valencia

Urb. Jardines de Monongo entre Av. 4 y calle 2, frente al Sambil Valencia (entrada BASE), Valencia,
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1st timer in Venezula

by atravelmama2005

I will be in Valencia from May 18th - 24th 2005, for a wedding. The wedding is going to be at a hotel. I was wondering if any one can help as the the best and safest way one can get from Caracas to Valencia. (trying not to overnight in Caracas), I know there are flights between both cities but wanted to know of any alternatives.

The Hotel we will be at is called the Hotel Coronado Suites. How far is this from the beach areas? What can one see and do in the city? How can one get around are there buses?

RE: 1st timer in Venezula

by LexiSalsera

Ok, so I know that this was posted in '05, but in case anyone else is asking the same questions, here are the answers (from my perspecitve)
As far as getting to Valencia w/out Caracas, try Aeropostal Airlines. They have direct flights to Arturo Michelena Airport in Valencia from Miami, and lots of other places. There may be a 1/2 hour stop in Maracaibo, but you don't even need to get off the plane. Hotel Coronado Suites rocks. Just read my tips about it! I stayed there and loved it. The beaches are close, less than 1 hour give or take to Pto. Cabello, and a little longer to Tucacas, Morrocoy, etc. As far as what to see & do, well, your on the right website to find out!

Travel Tips for Valencia

Changing Bolivares

by el_ruso

There is a fixed exchange rate which is lower than the black market price of dollars. As a result, a lot of people try to supplement their income by exchanging dollars. You will be approached by hustlers in the airport, and if you choose to exchange money with them be aware that it is illegal, and both of you can get in trouble.

Check out this beach- Playa Las Rosas

by LexiSalsera

This is a great beach, which is pretty close to Valencia. It is Playa las Rosas in Puerto Cabello. This beach is very popular, with many people on the weekends, Weekdays are not quite as busy, so if you'd like to have a little more privacy, go during the week. There are beautiful views of the mountains, and it is on the Caribbean coast. Need I say more?!

Hotel Sexo

by Jesse78

Apparently men and women like to do their business in places such as this; A Sex Hotel, or Hotel Sexo. From first hand accounts, the place is a hotel 100% devoted to anonymity and getting it on. I only drove by it, and from the outside it looks like a huge version of the alladin ride at DisneyWorld. I heard that it's around $50, and that the inside of the rooms are straight out of a genie themed movie.

Anyway, here is my picture as we drove by on the way out of town.

Venezuela's Industrial City

by atufft

"Lago Valencia, and Capitol of Carabobo"

Lago Valencia is Venezuela's largest freshwater lake, and a resource of water that supports the capitol and metro area of Estado Carabobo--Valencia. A city of two million or so, Valencia is the nation's leading city for factory made consumer goods, automobiles and machinery, food packaging, and many other products are produced. The city is a transportation and distribution hub as well. Valencia has a close relationship with Venezuela's main seaport, Puerto Cabello via a steep and often pitted freeway. The city has a large public university called University de Carabobo within the suburb of Naguanagua.

"Valencia is the metro area where..."

most of my wife's family lives. Although there is an airport, scheduling usually requires that we arrive at night in Caracas, and then we take an excutive bus the next morning. The city has plenty to keep one busy for at least a few days. There is good shopping at the modern malls, and plenty of good restaurants. Last time we were there, we celebrated Christmas eve at a new mall that had a live band and salsa dancing. Being at a lower altitude, the climate is a bit hotter and more humid than the capitol of Caracas, but the city is much easier to get around, and the central bus station provides round the clock departures for virtually anywhere in the country. This is a great place to depart for the major cities of Barquisimeto, Merida, or Maracaibo, for example.

Only stop over for the night!

by ludogatto

Valencia is the 3rd city of Venezuela, it's an industrial town.
I hadn't the possibility to discover the city center cause I spent 2 nights before and after my stay in Morrocoy National park.
I can give u only some info about transport and hotel!
I Hope to help u!


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