Caracas is the capital of Venezuela. It is the commercial and the cultural hub in Venezuela. If you are on a visit to Caracas, then the following are some of the tourist locations that you should never miss.
- Pantheon – resting place of Venezuelan national heroes
This was first built as a church and was then converted into a burial place for the heroes of Venezuela. The burial site is divided into zones that are dedicated to special heroes. It was created in the 1870s and has Bolivar paintings and statues of Francisco de Miranda and Antonio Jose de Sucre.
- Teleferico – break free from the hustle and bustle of city life
If you are looking to spend some quality and peaceful time in Caracas, then the Telefericois the right option. This cable car ride will take you over the mountainous regions of Venezuela and you get to see the breathtaking sights under below during the ride. General Marcos Perez Jimenez inaugurated this cable car service in 1956.
- Los Caobos Park – an old and attractive park in Caracas
This park is one of the oldest parks in Caracas and is located just close to the Museum of Fine arts. This is a green corridor that you will love to spend some valuable time in the evening free from the Parque Central concrete jungle.
- El Ávila National Park – a mountainous park for hikers
This is a popular national park that is located in the coastal region of Venezuela. It started to function in 1958. This national park is mountainous and is known for its steep hikes, city views, and natural settings.
- Birthplace of the Liberator Simón Bolívar – know more about Bolivar
This is the house where the popular Venezuelan hero and a key figure in the Latin American independence, Simon Bolivar was born. The house will show you the environment in which Bolivar was born and how wealthy his family was. It has walls made of marble and natural light getting to all areas.