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Search Cheap Flights to Venezuela

Located on the northern coast of South America, Venezuela is famed for its exquisite natural beauty. The county’s diverse landscape comprises offshore islands, mountains, caves, savannah, waterfalls and the Amazon rainforest. Nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts must explore Angel Falls, Los Roques Archipelago, Margarita Island, Morrocoy National Park, Canaima National Park and the Gran Sabana, Orinoco Delta, Parque Nacional Los Medanos de Coro, and Mochima National Park. Colonized by the Spanish in the early 16th century, Venezuela was once home to ancient civilizations. The country is home to archaeological monuments such as Vigirma, Piedra Pintada Natural Monument, and La Rueda del Indio. Venezuelan culture has been shaped by Spanish, Indigenous, and African influences. The country has a rich cultural heritage and houses an array of architectural marvels, state-of-the-art museums, historic landmarks, such as National Pantheon of Venezuela, Basilica Virgen del Valle, Catedral de Barquisimeto, Cathedral of Our Lady of Carmen, Casa Natal, Catedral Basilica de Santa Ana de Coro, Museo de Bellas Artes, Quinta de Anauco, and Museum of Natural Sciences.

Popular Destinations in Venezuela

Caracas

Capital of Venezuela, Caracas is nestled in a northern mountain valley. Located along the Guaire River, the city was founded in the 16th century and is former capital of the Venezuela Province of the Spanish Empire. The city is lined with landmarks from the Spanish colonial era and architectural marvels such as the Caracas Cathedral, Iglesia de San Francisco, Central University of Venezuela (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Palacio de las Academias, Lourdes Chapel, National Pantheon of Venezuela, Federal Capitol, and Paseo Los Proceres. The past intermingles seamlessly with the present in Caracas. In addition to the historic landmarks, the city’s skyline comprises South America’s tallest skyscrapers, Parque Central Towers. Caracas is also the cultural, industrial and economic hub of Venezuela. The city is home to some of the most significant museums in South America, such as Museum of Contemporary Art of Caracas, Museum of Fine Arts, Museo Bolivariano, and National Art Gallery of Caracas.

Maracaibo

Located in Northwestern Venezuela, Maracaibo is the capital of Zulia state. The city is the Venezuelan oil industry’s center and the second largest city in the country. Maracaibo is known for its traditional music, modern shopping malls, huge parks and a buzzing nightlife. The main attractions of Maracaibo are found in the downtown area around Plaza Bolivar. Santa Lucia and Carabobo are the two main streets here where you will come across many colonial buildings and architectural gems. The city is home to several museums such as Zulia Contemporary Art Museum, Centro de Arte Lia de Bermudez, Museo Rafael Urdaneta, and Casa de la Capitulacion. Popular tourists’ attractions in the city include the Botanical Gardens, Zulia Metropolitan Zoo, Basilica of Our Lady of Chiquinquira, General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge, Church of St. Lucia, Casco Central De Maracaibo, La Marina Park and its lookout tower, and Centro Sambil.

Merida

Capital of the municipality of Libertador and the state of Merida, Merida is one of the principal cities of the Venezuelan Andes. It is an exceptional city located in the middle of the little Venice and is nestled wonderfully in a long valley encircled by the imposing mountains of Andes. Colonial heritage of Merida is reflected in the numerous Spanish colonial style buildings spread across the city. Merida serves as a base for outdoor activities in the nearby Sierra La Culata and Sierra Nevada national parks. Visitors here can enjoy several activities such as climbing, paragliding, biking, rafting, hiking, and rafting. Merida is a treasure trove of tourist attractions ranging from historic spots to panoramic sights, markets to museums, parks to shops, and much more. Major attractions in Merida include Cathedral Basilica of Merida, Plaza Las Heroines, Botanical Garden of Merida, Museum of Colonial Arts, Albarregas Metropolitan Park, Venezuela Antier, Museo Arquidiocesano, and Beethoven Park.

Best Time to Visit Venezuela

The weather is warm all year round with low chances of rain. The best time to take Venezuela flights is from January to April during the dry season when you can enjoy the beaches and sightsee outdoors. December and May are ideal for those who are looking for cheap flights to Venezuela.

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