If you take the South side of Cerro El Avila you will find the Boyacá motorway or Cota Mil, which gets its name due to ... More
Cota Mil (La) o Autopista Boyacá
If you take the South side of Cerro El Avila you will find the Boyacá motorway or Cota Mil, which gets its name due to its great height (1000 meters above sea level). It is a modern and fast road that joins the two ends of the Caracas valley. The road has beautiful scenery and panoramic views of the city. The exits are the following, starting from West to East: Avenida Baralt, San Bernardino-Sarriá, Mariperez, Alta Florida, La Castellana, Altamira, Sebucán, Boleíta and El Marques.
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 ...