Caracas City Tour

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Trip Highlights
Visit a city that offers the charm of its colonial past and shows modernism in its more recent architecture. Caracas has a population of 4 millions. In the colonial Caracas you'll visit the Cathedral, the Plaza Bolívar, the house where Simón Bolívar was born, the Casa Amarilla (a 17th century house which now is the seat of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs), and the National Capitol. In the modern Caracas you'll visit The Parque Central, the Contemporary Museum, La Estancia (a two hundred year old coffee hacienda), and the National Pantheon. Take a complete overview of an interesting city.
Duration
 1 days - 0 nights 
Activities
Levels
Easy

Itinerary

Day 1: Caracas

Take a tour of the capital and visit some of its historic sites! We will pick you up from your hotel in Caracas and show you the metropolitan city of Caracas.
The tour starts at 9:30 AM. Visit:
Plaza Bolívar: A leafy square considered the
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Standard
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Venezuela
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Laurie United States 12-31-2015 - Dear Joanne; Just a note saying thank you for trusting me through the strange incarnations of number of people going and payment owed. We had a wonderful time with Jorge, and would recommend him highly! He somehow worked out ways we could see everything we wanted to within the time period, and was a delightful person to be with for a day. Most sincerely,...
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