The name of this shop, Parada Obligada (Obligatory Stop), suits it down to the ground. It is one of those shops where you can ... More
The name of this shop, Parada Obligada (Obligatory Stop), suits it down to the ground. It is one of those shops where you can buy anything, and is especially geared to people who do not exactly know what to buy as a present, but who want to buy something special and with style. Both outlets, one in the Centro Sambil and the other in the Tamanaco shopping mall in the city center, offer their devoted customers mental agility games, anti-stress articles, candelabras, pens, traveling shaving sets and bath products, among other things.
In 1661, the Town Hall acquired this property, on which a building was constructed, and then a few years later
it was acquired by the Catholic Church. From then onwards, it has been the headquarters of the Caracas Archbishopric. ...
A sparkling, five star establishment, the Hotel Presidente opened its doors in March 1988. It is housed in a modern,
14 storey building a short walk from the metro station and within easy reach of the capital's main cultural, ...
Caracas is a capital that cherishes its past, especially the early years of the 20th century. For this reason, it
is witnessing the revival of many artistic manifestations and folkloric celebrations that had been forgotten. The visitor wishing to ...