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It is no coincidence that the state of Merida and its capital have the same name. The thousands of native and foreign visitors who come to this Andean paradise in western Venezuela want to know both the historical and university-like city as well as the splendid beauty of the surroundings blessed by a wide diversity of features. This diversity ranges from the snowed Pico de Bolívar, the highest peak in Venezuela with an altitude of 5,007 meters (16,450 feet), to the small and tropical Palmarito beach, located on the southeast side of Maracaibo Lake. Only by visiting one of the four national parks that cover an …
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Top Hotels in Merida, Venezuela

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Hoster a and Spa La Sevillana

At the foot of a mountain range, surrounded by freshwater springs, forest, flowers and birds, this is a priviledged accommodation complex and health centre. Only twenty ...

Top Things to Do in Merida, Venezuela

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Plaza Bolívar

Found between Avenues 3 and 4 and streets 22 and 23, this is a large, relaxing space surrounded by some of the most outstanding buildings ...

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Fonda de Tía Mila (La)

To reach this excellent restaurant, keep an eye on the left side of the road as you walk up Avenida Los Chorros de Milla. The establishment is located within an extensive property surrounded by a huge wall ...