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Private La Candelaria Tour
"Walk around the stoned paths of the city center to be the spectator of a place where the architecture the art and the culture are combined in a perfect way. You will also have the opportunity to get to know The Congress The Prime Cathedral The Justice Palace and The Main Town Hall that are resisting the time in a zone full of history where the republic was built.If you are interested in the pre-Colombian tradition the Gold Museum in this Candelaria tour
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Private La Candelaria Tour Including Lunch
"Witness the development of this cosmopolitan city. La Candelaria is the place that keeps the magic of the colonial era when the so called South American was just a seed of what it is today. Walking around the stoned paths of the city center is to be the spectator of a place where the architecture the art and the culture are combined in a perfect way. You will also have the opportunity to get to know The Congress The Prime Cathedral The Justice Palace and The Main Town Hall that are resisting the time in a zone full of history where the republic was built.If you are interested in the pre-Colombian tradition
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Private Botero Museum Guided Tour Including Entrance Fee
"Botero is a figurative artist and sculptor from Medellín Colombia. He’s known for his unique style also called by some as Boterismo. He’s considered one of the most recognized living artists in Latin American therefor he is the most acclaimed Colombian artist. He exposed his pieces in 1948 for the first time and became a national eminence in 1958 when he won an award at the Salón de Artistas Colombianos. From 1966 to 1975 he divided his time among Europe New York and Colombia. In 1995 a guerrilla group blew up a sculpture of a dove The Bird
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C. C. Sambil

I was told that this commercial center is considered largest in Latin America. There are more than 500 shops, a big variety of entertainment options.The stores include boutiques of the most famous...
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ENGLISH BOOKSTORES

THE AMERICAN BOOK SHOP has moved to Centro Comercial Centro Plaza which is a shopping mall located in Los Palos Grandes neighbourhood. It has quite a selection of English books. I was looking for...
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CENTRO SAMBIL

The massive Centro Sambil is a huge shopping mall where the beautiful and hip people of Venezuela go shopping at. Here you can find all the stylish shops, banks, internet cafes, etc... The fashion...
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Chacaito

Although there are plenty of large, nicemalls (The Sambil is the biggest and probably the best) the thing that really stands out is the large outdoor markets everywhere. The malls are probably like...
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Thousand zapaterías!!! = shoe stores!!!

New VTfriend, Alan (ATUFFT) reminded me to do a tip on venezuelan leather shoes. He is absolutely right. Our leather shoes (for ladies, gentlemen and children) are trully great. Why? Because -thanks...
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"READ BOOKS"

2006 UPDATE:This book store desapeared... everybody is waiting for it to "re-open" some where else. I will keep you informed.Now, for books in English, I go to the american or english book store on...
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El Sambil

El Sambil is the biggest mall in Caracas. You will find various stores here, including american and European stores (Zara, Bershka, Indiani, Louis Vuitton...). Besides that, there are lots of...
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El Hatillo

My favourite craft item I bought in El hatillo, is a clay statue of a caribbean girl with a fruitbasket on her head. Had a though time choosing one, they were all so beautiful, with strangely enough,...
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Sabana Grande

It is a long boulevard (5 to 7 block), with stores of side and side, also in the middle of the street you will find the BUHONEROS (street sales), occupying almost all the street and the step where one...
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Candy!

In Caracas you will find lots of little shops like this one, filled with "chemical" sweets, balloons, choclates... Apparently Venezuelans have a sweet tooth... :) You can spend as much as you like,...
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Shopping in Caracas

Caracas is a shoppers delight. You'll find local and imported goods, clothing, shoes, gems and jewelry, hardwood carvings, pottery, baskets, wool tapestries, and the original wild cotton or palm fiber...
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Men stores... the nicer, the better...

Venezuelan men wear superb ties!!!That is one of my favorite presents to bring friends, relatives and dear ones that live in Puerto Rico or in the States, for example.I've always given venezuelan ties...
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PARTY DEPOT: "where the party begins"

I´ve seen this kind of store in the U.S.A., but on December 24th, 2004, I was happily surprised to know that we have several of them. A "cadena" = a "chain" of Party Depot all over Caracas. Everything...
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Every shopping mall

Also designed by friend Ana Black, but for those who rather stick to Xmas wrapping paper tradition. We dont have reindeers in Venezuela. I love this one. His expresion is the same one you get after...
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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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