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Average Flying Time9 hours 49 minutes
Airline FlyingCondor Airlines, Air France, Air Europa, Iberian Airlines, Luthansa
Average Flying Kms7500 (kms)
Best Time to TravelNovember to May
Time Zone UTC/GMT -4:30 hours
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 9.51815 VEF
Modes of TransportBus & Tram, Metro, Taxis
Why Fly to Caracas
Top 10 Places to Visit
Designed by a renowned architect, the university is a UNESCO declared World Heritage Site. The complex is a visit worthwhile and considered as one of the best architectural masterpieces in the country.
Mount Avila is the perfect backdrop to Caracas. Hiking on Sundays has become more of a tradition among locals, whilst tourists visit to the top for mind-blowing views. Hop on the Teleferico for a rewarding experience and stunning sights.
The neoclassical palace is the official workplace of the Venezuelan President. A Japanese Garden, Ayacucho Hall, Simon Bolivar Press Room, Bicentennial Square are some of the features attractions in the palace.
The birthplace of Simon Bolivar attracts large crowds of visitors. The well-preserved building is more than an iconic landmark. There are great paintings for art lovers to admire while the museum is open for the more curious ones.
The highest peak of the Venezuela Costal Range, it is a popular place among tourists. The summit invites adventure lovers for a challenging climb to the top for rewarding views.
Nestled at the corner of Plaza Bolivar, the colonial chapel is a favourite tourist attraction. The Cathedral is noteworthy as it is the burial place of Simon Bolivar’s parents. The architecture of the cathedral is another appealing feature to visit.
Culture vultures from around the world visit this famous cultural institution for myriad functions throughout the year. International Theatre Festival of Caracas, Christmas Fair and Annual Painting Exhibition are among the many events hosted.
A must visit place in Caracas for it has become a destination itself. The most attractive feature of Altamira is Plaza Francia or commonly referred as Plaza Altamira. It is famous for its obelisk and the large fountain.
A famous historic landmark in the city, which was formerly a church, is a popular burial ground for some of the most notable people in the country.
Home to the twin towers of Parque Central are one of the spectacular architectural icons in the city whilst ranking among the tallest skyscrapers in Latin America.