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Info about Distrito Federal, Venezuela
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Introduction
Caracas.... for sure is one of the greenest cities all over the world. Caracas offers many attractive sites and activities to both citizens and tourists. The weather in Caracas is just wonderful.. very nice to go outside and walk around the city. There are also many things to do in Caracas: you can visit the several museums (access to all of them is free for everybody)art galleries, theaters. The arquitecture of the several parts of Caracas speaks for itself, (for example, the downtown with loads of colonial houses, churches, plazas etc.). Caracas offers many things to do durring the day: one of the most important activities to do is to visit El Avila, the beautiful mountain that protects Caracas from the Caribbean winds. When you get there you`ll have the chance to watch Caracas from the heights which is a lovely sight. If you look down the other side of the mountain you'll see the Caribbean sea. :) Other things you can do in Caracas: going to the many restaurants of all kinds, as well as cafes, for sure you won't suffer of starvation :) well basicly these are the things you can do during the day in Caracas, However, there is much more to it that is not listed here, but this is good for a start. When the night comes over Caracas things get better... lots of places to go... You`ll find places where you can dance salsa, merengue, all latin sounds mixed altogether for your absolute joy .. There is also a strong tendency of electronic music discos which range from House to Techno, although there are many discos in Caracas combine very different styles, such as regueton, merengue and techno, alternating them every once in a while. If you are looking for something more relaxing we have many clubs where you can hear good ambient, chill-out, minimal, house, trip-hop, electro, ect..ect.. Look for Suka Bar, for example. If you want something more heavy like D&B, jungle, Break beat... there are places like Elmo Bar in Las Mercedes, or perhaps you are the kiss kind (rock & roll all nite) and you like watching live bands who show their original music, then you should visit La Cigarra in Altamira, or Mantis in La Libertador, or En Vivo in El Rosal. You will surely find a place that`ll suit you well :)) so there`s no reason to be idle at night. what are you wating for? ;-)

Top Things to See and Do
El Avila (hiking) (Metro Altamira, Bus stop in front of the Four Seasons Hotel to take the bus that takes you to the entrance of the Sabas Nieves trail) , Parque del Este (Metro Station with the same name), Plaza de Los Museos: Museo Bellas Artes, Museo de Ciencias, Galeria de Arte Nacional, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo (Metro Bellas Artes), CELARG (Metro Altamira), La Estancia (please don't miss this, also Metro Altamira), Universidad Central de Venezuela, World Heritage (Metro Ciudad Universitaria), El Hatillo town (Metrobus from Altamira), Downtown (Metro Capitolio or El Silencio), where you can see Bolivar's birthplace, the Bolivar Museum, El Silencio towers, The Plaza Bolivar, the National Assembly, and many other interesting places.

Neighbor regions/States: Caracas is the capital of Venezuela as well as the most important city, from here you can go to any other city or beach, including: Maracay, Valencia, La Guaira, Higuerote.

Who is coming? Hola! cookieeemonster (local volunteer Frankfurt) and tgraf271 will be coming to your country while it is cold and wet in ours (Germany). We are looking forward to getting to meet you and exploring your country from Dec 27 - Jan 13. Hasta pronto!

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Edited by: jorgerojas on 24.07.2009 javo01 on 10.04.2007 cookieeemonster on 02.11.2006 starclasic on 09.03.2006 starclasic on 30.10.2005 starclasic on 24.10.2005 on 04.10.2005 starclasic on 04.10.2005
Last postings about Distrito Federal Venezuela from other users
 
mikhail wrote:

Plenty


valeria wrote:

Los Roques, Morrocoy (quedan relativamente cerca). En Caracas se puede ir a la casa de Bolivar, su tumba, El Avila, centros comerciales, teatros boulevares..


camburii wrote:

Brasilia, the political capital of Brazil, may look weird at first time, but its a wonderful place to live. Its architechture is unique. You can see most of the tourist sights in one or two days. There are dozens of parks, waterfalls and historic cities in the Region. I specially recomend Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park. Nightlife in Brasilia is not cheap but is less expensive than in São Paulo. My hometown Santos has the biggest harbor in Latin America and therefore has some lousy beaches. Nevertheless, it is less than 200km from the best spots in São Paulo's coast. It is less than 100km from São Paulo, Brasil's financial and industrial center. Downtown Santos is full of historic buildings, most of them from the golden age of coffee. The city is also home of Santos Futebol Clube, where I have two special seats. The best of the nightlife consists mainly of crowded pubs with live music.


mexicana wrote:

centro historico, museo de antropologia e historia, muchos mas museos vivo en la ciudad mas grande del mundo


ricardoszikora wrote:

beaches, rain forest, jungle, mountains...



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