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Why Fly to Caracas?

Located near the Caribbean coast, Caracas is the capital and largest city of Venezuela. The metropolis lies in the shadow of the beautiful El Avila mountain, which separates the city from the sea. Its unique position in the valley gives Caracas a cooler climate than other nearby regions, making its tropical temperatures quite pleasant. Meanwhile, the cityscape is bustling, serving as the South American nation's hub for cuisine, culture and nightlife. Tourists can visit Caracas' colonial district to get a glimpse of its European past. For example, La Plaza Bolivar, the district's main square, features an impressive array of European-inspired architecture, including the Federal Capitol, which serves as the seat of the National Assembly. Nearby, visitors can explore one of the city's main arts districts, Parque Central Complex. Here, tourists can patron museums, cinemas and the Teresa Carreno Cultural Complex, one of the most important art spaces in the country. The modern theater is home to a prominent opera company, choir and Venezuela's philharmonic orchestra.  Those looking for an outdoor adventure can head north to the mountain range for some excellent hiking and stunning panoramic vistas. Food and drink venues abound in Caracas. Diners can feast on local specialties, such as arepas, or sample a variety of international fare. If you're looking to unwind at night, head to the Las Merecedes and La Castellana districts, both of which cater to the hip nightclub crowd. As for Caracas hotels, you can find luxury boutiques and discount accommodations throughout the city. Travelers can compare affordable flights to Caracas using Travelzoo's SuperSearch.

Which Airlines Fly to Caracas?

The Simon Bolivar International Airport (CCS), the largest air facility in the country, serves the expansive Caracas region. A handful of carriers provide direct service from select U.S. departure cities. Travelers can search for discount airfare from Dallas on American Airlines, which also flies out of New York and San Juan. Or you can buy plane tickets from Houston on Continental. Meanwhile, tourists can find flight deals from Atlanta on Delta, while Air Canada flies out of Toronto. Or search for airfare from Miami on the Chilean-based carrier LAN Airlines and Santa Barbara Airlines.

Caracas Flight Tips

You can also fly indirectly to Caracas via select international destinations. For example, travelers can find plane tickets from Port of Spain on Caribbean Airlines. Or buy flights from Aruba on Ascerca Airlines, Avior Airlines, Dutch Antilles Express and Gol Airlines. TACA Airlines flies out of San Jose, Copa Airlines flies out of Panama City and both LAN Peru and TACA Peru fly out of Lima.

Quick Travel Guide to Caracas

Caracas is a huge, sprawling city with many unique regions and districts. The Caracas' eclectic cityscape is representative of its citizens' diversity. Over the years, its residents have established a variety of neighborhoods reflecting the cultures of their homelands, which include Spain, Germany, Portugal, Italy, China and the Middle East.

To gain a better understanding of Caracas' colorful history, consider visiting one of its many museums. As the cultural heart of the country, the city boasts a variety of historic and educational institutions. For instance, the Museum of Colonial Art showcases works created prior to the nation's independence. The institution houses a beautiful courtyard that occasionally plays host to small concerts. Downtown, travelers can visit the colonial building that served as the birthplace of Simon Bolivar, one of the nation's most celebrated forefathers. Next to the well-preserved house is the Bolivarian Museum, which exhibits Bolivar's personal belongings. The city also claims a coin museum, a contemporary art museum, a transportation museum and a fine arts museum that displays an array of pre-Columbian pottery.

If you're traveling with kids, you will definitely want to visit the acclaimed Children's Museum. Established in 1982, the museum teaches its youthful patrons about science, technology, culture and art. Interactive exhibits are intended to entertain and educate children about such diverse topics as biology, communication, physics and ecology. Another family-friendly site is the Parque del Este. This large urban green space is easily accessible by public transportation and features a planetarium, a small zoo and a cafe.

Those looking to get away from the city can take an excursion to Caraballeda. Located over the northern mountain range along the Caribbean coast, this small resort town is a popular destination for yacht enthusiasts and beachgoers. Travelers can book reservations at one of a handful of upscale hotels in the area.

If you're looking to shop, head to Centro Commercial Sambil. This mammoth shopping complex is one of the largest malls in South America. Here, visitors can watch a movie at one of two movie theaters, dine at dozens of restaurants and browse hundreds of shops. Or visit the posh Altamira neighborhood. The northern district is home to a number of upscale shops, restaurants and bars.

 
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