This is a large amusement park with games and rides, a small roller-coaster, an inflatable castle and a scaled-down ... More
This is a large amusement park with games and rides, a small roller-coaster, an inflatable castle and a scaled-down supermarket. There is plenty of fun for all the family—kids pay 5000 bolivars, which includes a card for 2000 bolivars that needs to be charged up when the money runs out. You can make transactions with cash, debit and credit cards. If you have kids, you may find yourself obliged to make a weekend visit. The shopping center has private parking facilities, security guards and places where you can get a bite to eat. On weekdays, the place becomes an enchanted playground for numerous local schoolchildren.
Although thousands of tourists go up the Cerro El Avila every day, you may only want to reach its summit,
or the coast on the other side of the mountain. In that case, Caracas has two cable car routes ...
To enrich your visit to the historical center of Caracas, you may include the Casa Amarilla, a building that stands
on the same grounds where the Caracas Royal Prison was located during colonial times, at the beginning of the ...
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 ...