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  • Caracas - Airport [CCS]
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    • Caracas - Downtown

      Caracas Car Hire & Travel Information

      Caracas is the capital and largest city of Venezuela. It is located in northern Venezuela, near the Caribbean.

      Get in

      By plane

      Maiquetía's Simón Bolívar Airport has three passenger terminals and is 25 km away from central Caracas via a highway through the coastal mountains. The trip to Caracas should now take around 40 minutes or up to 60-70 minutes during rush hour.

      This international airport is served by American Airlines, Aeropostal, Aerolíneas Argentinas, Avianca, Copa, Air Europa, Air France, United, Delta, Caribbean Airlines, Copa Airlines and Iberia among others. I

      By car

      Nice and pretty highways connect Caracas with La Guaira and the airport to the north; Maracay, Valencia and Maracaibo in the west; Barcelona and Puerto La Cruz in the east.

      While driving in Caracas can be a hectic experience, renting a car to experience the outlying areas is a wonderful way to leave behind the well-traveled routes.

      Get around

      Taxis can be easily hailed in the street and are generally safe. They have no meters so prices should be agreed on before getting in. 

      Venezuelan taxi cab drivers may quote you about double the actual price when you ask how much a ride will be. Bargaining is totally acceptable in this case. 

      What to see

      Caracas has more than enough sights and attractions to fill three or four days although it is often overlooked by international travelers.

      La Plaza Bolivar, located near the Metro Capitolio. Is located in the city center. It has statues of Simon Bolivar, and is close to Congress and other government buildings. It also displays nice examples of colonial architecture. 

      La Casa Natal de Simon Bolivar. Bolivar's birthplace. One of the few well-preserved colonial buildings with some great paintings and a museum.

      Museo de Arte Colonial, Located in the Quinta Anauco on Av Panteon in San Bernardino. this is a lovely old house and garden that hosts small concerts some weekends.

      Jardin Botanico, located next to the Central University. is a well-kept garden with an impressive array of tropical plants and trees. 

      Parque del Este. This expansive park stretches on and holds many unexpected treats including a planetarium, a small zoo, and a cafe that is occasionally open to serve you a cafe con leche while you watch the turtles in a pond.

      Centro de Arte La Estancia, Avenida Francisco de Miranda. An art gallery situated in the middle of the lush and manicured gardens. Rotating exhibits by a variety of artists are shown.  

      El Hatillo. A great place to stroll around in the afternoon and grab lunch, as it is to return for the nightlife. 

      Bulevar de Sabana Grande. One of the city's most famous shopping avenues, a charming cobblestone street with countless outdoor and indoor shopping establishments as well as hotels and restaurants.

      Panteon Nacional, at the end of Avenida Panteon. A modern building fused with an old church. Houses the remains of Simon Bolivar and other national heroes. There's a change of guards every 2 hours.

      To Do

      The Avila mountain to the north of Caracas is highly recommended for hiking, views of Caracas, and its fresh air. The Sabas Nieves entrance, accessible by bus from Altamira, is the most popular. 

      The Teleferico is a cable-car that takes visitors up the Avila. The ascent provides a beautiful view of the city. 

      The MetroCable close to Parque Central. It is colocated in the Parque Central Metro station. It's free and provides a fantastic view of the city and life in the barrios.

      Paragliding Colonia Tovar Venezuela, Colonia Tovar (the road between LaVicotria and Colonia Tovar). Tandem Paragliding Flights with Expert Pilots in one of the most beautiful mountain sites in the world.

      Entertainment and Nightlife

      Caracas is a cosmopolitan city and is admired for its gastronomy. It has restaurants and bars inspired by the cuisine of many different countries and cultures due to great waves of immigration from Europe and the Middle East after the Second World War.

      The city is filled with “centros comerciales” and department stores, and the popular restaurants and clubs in the towering malls due to security concerns. In the San Ignacio Mall you’ll find the city’s young, rich and beautiful drinking whiskey and “Las Mercedes” and “La Castellana” districts are also popular late night hot spots.