Knowing The City Tour
Caracas is the capital of Venezuela. It is located near the coast (La Guaira Port), but at an altitude of 800 meters (2400 feet), which gives it a unique climate. Caracas is located under the Avila, a mountain that reaches 2600 meters (7800 ft.),
Discover Caracas through our guided city tour. Meet the most emblematic places of our capital.
Knowing The City Tour - (only for Caracas) 4 hours tour. US $ 50 p / p.
University City of Caracas is the main campus of the Central University of Venezuela, has a built area of 164.22 hectares (1.64 square kilometers) 2 and reaching 202.53 hectares land. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000. It is located in the Parroquia San Pedro del Libertador municipality of Caracas, Venezuela. It is considered a masterpiece of contemporary architecture and urban planning. It is an outstanding example of the Modern Movement of architecture inspired by the Bauhaus.
Boyaca Avenue, also known as Cota Mil (for its elevation of 1000 meters above sea level) is a road artery that runs through a part of the city of Caracas (from the center to the east) in the direction West - East. It is located north of the city of Caracas at the foot of El Ávila National Park. It starts at the Metropolitan Distributor located at the beginning of the city (East) and ends at the end of Avenida Baralt in the Baralt Distributor in the city center having an approximate length of 13 km.
In El Hatillo clean mountain air you breathe and you can spend a very pleasant day enjoying the entertainment options the town offers: gastronomic offer and crafts, among others.
Enjoy one of the best views of the city of Caracas.
It is located in the parish El Recreo Capital District, Venezuela. It was inaugurated in 1940 and is located in the geographical center of Caracas. It is a pedestrian walkway and distributor road which houses several monuments, including a fountain with night lighting, the monument to Christopher Columbus, Manuel de la Cova, the Open Solar sculpture by Alejandro Otero, the Fisiocromía tribute to Andres Bello Carlos Cruz- Díez which in turn provides a framework for the statue of Andres Bello.