When you walk along El Camino de los Españoles you will have an extraordinary historical experience. El Camino is the ... More
Camino de los Españoles (El)
When you walk along El Camino de los Españoles you will have an extraordinary historical experience. El Camino is the road that goes through Cerro de Avila and joins Caracas with the sea on the other side. It was built as Camino Real de las Dos Aguadas in 1608 to provide for the transit of people and cargo from Puerta de Caracas to the coastal resorts of La Guaira and Maiquietía (en Quenepe), as well as to defend the city from pirates. This road followed the same route used by Cuba's indigenous people and at one point had more than ten fortresses along it. Paved in 1762, the entrance is at Puerta de Caracas (Comando de la Guardia Nacional) in La Pastora and it is possible to either drive or walk through it.
Situado en una magnifica cueva natural y decorado con grabados y pinturas de los indígenas que habitaran la isla siglos
atrás, este restaurante es romántico y único a la vez. Los platos de la cocina de temporada internacional y ...
This building dates to the end of the 16th century and has served, successively, as a Franciscan convent, seat of
the Central University of Venezuela and, currently, as the headquarters of the Academies Palace. Academies, plural, since it houses ...