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Half-Day Historical Tour of Caracas
"Start your tour in the historic center from Plaza Bolívar originally called Plaza de Armas. It adopted its current name in 1883 on the hundredth’s birthday of Simón Bolívar. The four corners that surround the plaza are occupied by important buildings of big historic relevance as the Caracas Cathedral the government Palace the City Hall the Yellow House and The Capitol (Congress of Venezuela). Simón Bolívar birthplace is next a colonial house enriched by precious pieces of that period and paintings by famous artists such as Tito Salas who captured the most important highlights of El Libertador’s life. Visit to the Capitolio
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El Hatillo Day Trip from Caracas
"The tour stars in the historic center from Plaza Bolivar originally called Plaza de Armas. The four corners that surround the plaza are occupied by imposing buildings of great historic relevance as the Caracas Cathedral the government Palace the City Hall the Yellow House and The Capitol (Congress of Venezuela). See the Simon Bolivar’s birthplace which is a colonial house next to Bolivar Square
From $93.00
 
Caracas Sightseeing Tour Including Cable Car Ride and Lunch
"Starting in the historic center from Plaza Bolívar originally called Plaza de Armas. It adopted its current name in 1883 on the hundredth birthday of Simón Bolívar. The four corners that surround the plaza are occupied by importsnt buildings of big historic relevance; Caracas Cathedral the government Palace the City Hall the Yellow House and The Capitol (Congress of Venezuela). Simón Bolívar birthplace is next on the list a colonial house enriched by precious pieces of that period and paintings by famous artists such as Tito Salas who captured the most important highlights of El Libertador’s life. Visit to the Capitolio
From $100.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Caracas

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La Colonia Tovar

German town up in the mountains of Venezuela. Kind of a small, quant town on the other side of a rain forest (road goes thru a small portion). If you are in the mood for schnitzel and beer-this is the...
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Residential Caracas

In Venezuela we call them "coro-coros". If you are really lucky, you will get to see a couple of them at the "Parque del Este" (park and zoo) right in the middle of the city. But to see...
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El Hatillo

It's a small town but very cozy. There are several handicraft shops with the nicest things! The day I was there there were some performers in the Plaza Bolivar.... And seemed like a very family thing...
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Avila National Park

Best destinations : Level of training, none: Quebrada Quintero ( take the right instead of the left when you get to the path that takes to Sabasnieves). This place is one of my favorites since...
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Nature Photos

El Araguaney (the Araguaney) is our national tree. You never notice it is there until this season: february-march. All the leaves fall down and the only thing that remains on the tree are very yellow...
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Morrocoy National Park

Parque Nacional MORROCOY, beautiful island beaches, 3 hours drive from Caracas to the city of Tucacas. Then you can pay for a motor boat ride to one of the islands. The most popular island is called...
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Beaches near Caracas (Litoral Central)

I chose Macuto for my last day in Venezuela, as it is close to the airport of Maiquetia, because it has beach life and most of all because Caracas in- and outbound roads were completely blocked the...
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Choroni National Park

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Movies

This might not be something you would think of doing when exploring a city, but if you are in Caracas for a long time, you could go to the movies. In de VIP movies, you pay a little extra and get...
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La Guaira

This is where you take the ferry to go to Isla Margarita but it's also a beach village. A fex years ago a part of this town was fluded, buildings have been wiped out, it's pretty sad to see. The...
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Much more than a rock garden!

In San José de Galipán, there is a multi-named museum - it's called Museo de Arte Ecologico, Museo de las Piedras or Jardin de Las Piedras Marinas Soñadoras. It's hard to describe the museum. Zóez,...
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Mosque in Caracas

Kelly drove me there and I had an opportunity to see this new built mosque. Muslims from middle-east migrated to some countries in Latin America after the break-up of Ottoman Empire from present day...
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Partial Panoramic View

This is the area of Caracas near Altamira where mostly the rich people live and this area also house the diplomatic missions. But since its on a hill-top and inside the border of the city, you get a...
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Going to the movies!!!

We like cinema. We love going to the movies. We get to see almost all of the films (specially those that come directly from Hollywood). But we also get to see French, Italian, Spanish, Indian,...
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Top Hotels in Caracas

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Av Venezuela con Calle Mohedano, El Rosal, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1060, Venezuela
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Avenida Casanova, Urb. Bellomonte, Sabana Grande, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1050, Venezuela
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Avenida Principal de las Mercedes, PO Box 467, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1060-A, Venezuela
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Final Calle La Guairita Urb, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1010A, Venezuela
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Av Francisco de Miranda con Av El Parque, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1060, Venezuela
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Avenida Tamanaco - Centro Lido, El Rosal, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 2004, Venezuela
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Top Things to Do in Caracas

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Avila National Park

Once in Caracas, you must go to Mariperez, where Avila M?gica (cable car station) its located. Go Up must take around 15 minutes, Will enjoy the view from the city while the car its going up. Dont...
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Old Caracas (Centro)

CARACAS IS A VERY UNSAFE AND DANGEROUS PLACE TO VISIT. AFTER 8PM YOU CANT GO OUTSIDE UNLESS YOU WANNA BE DEATH. I FLOWN FROM CANADA TO VENEZUELA. AND LET ME TELL YOU. IN JUST ONE WEEK I WAS STOLEN...
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Museums

The Museum of Modern Art is one of the best of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated in 1973 and on 16 000 sq metres there are both permanent and temporary exhibitions. In the permanent...
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El Hatillo

If you want to buy some authentic venezuelan craft, El Hatillo is the place to be. There are a lot of different stores, selling different things. There is one store that has it all. It's so big you...
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Urban Parks & Plazas

The entrance to the Botanical Garden is just next to the entrance to the University. On 70 hectare there are over 2200 species and all together 150 000 plants. There are a few greenhouses and there...
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Teresa Carreno performing arts center

This is a cultural centre between Parque Central and the Natural Science Museum. The large, grey building has a retro-feel and is not particularly attractive. But if you have nothing planned for the...
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