Things To Do in Venezuela, Venezuela food

Top 10 La Asuncion, Venezuela foods

Discover the best food in La Asuncion, Venezuela including Guillermina Restaurant, El Langar de La Asuncion, La Repisa, Casa Jardin, Kalua Cafe, Cazuelas de Palosano, Fogonazo, La Bodeguita de Pablo, La Bodega de Horacio, Choripanzon

Where to Eat in Chacao: The Best Restaurants and Bars

Discover the best food in Chacao, Venezuela including Moreno, Alto, Maute Grill, El Alazan de Altamira, La Isabela, La Esquina, La Casa Bistro, Urrutia, Barako Restautant & Lounge, El Meson de Andres

The 10 Best Things to Do in Ciudad Guayana, Guayana Region

Ciudad Guayana (Spanish pronunciation: [sjuˈðað ɣwaˈʝana]) is a city in Bolívar State, Venezuela. It stretches 40 kilometers along the south bank of the Orinoco river, at the point where it is joined by its main tributary, the Caroní river. The Caroni crosses the city south-north and divides it on its two main halves: the old town of San Félix in the east, and the new town of Puerto Ordaz (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈpwerto orˈðas]) in the west. The city was officially founded in 1961 by the unification of this two former settlements, but the history of San Félix goes back to its foundation in 1724. Within the city limits are located the site of Cachamay Falls and Llovizna Falls. There are three bridges across the Caroni and the second crossing over the Orinoco, the Orinoquia Bridge, was inaugurated in the city in 2006. With approximately one million people, it is Venezuela's fastest-growing city due to its important iron, steel, aluminium and hydroelectric industries. Ciudad Guayana is one of Venezuela's five most important ports, since most goods produced in the industry-rich Bolívar state are shipped through it, as ocean-going vessel can join it from the Atlantic Ocean via the Orinoco river.

The 10 Best Things to Do in Valencia, Central Region

Discover the best top things to do in Valencia, Venezuela including Parque Fernando Penalver, Dunas, Estadio Jose Bernardo Perez, Aquarium de Valencia, Catedral de Valencia, Campo Carabobo, Parroquia La Purisima, Metropolis Shopping Center, Dunas, Museo de Arte Valencia.

Top 10 San Cristobal, Andean Region foods

Discover the best food in San Cristobal, Venezuela including Mille Miglia, Primo's Cafe Gourmet, Mooo Bank, Entreverado, Solare, Casa Albura Restaurant Estancia, Botafogo, Plaza Real, Zen Asia, Cafe Tal

Where to Eat in Tucacas: The Best Restaurants and Bars

Discover the best food in Tucacas, Venezuela including Bar Restaurant El Timon, Restaurante de la Gran Marina del Rey, Restaurant Caquetio, Mi Empanadas y Brazas Restaurante, Burguer King, Pollo sabroso, Church Chiken, Trattoria Morrocoy, Dolce Morrocoy, El Rey del Pescado

Where to Eat in Chichiriviche: The Best Restaurants and Bars

Chichiriviche is a Venezuelan city located in Falcón state located on the east coast, 195 km southeast of Coro. Capital of Municipality Monseñor Iturriza. It has a population for 2011 of 18,960 inhabitants. Chichiriviche is surrounded by the small cays and islands of fine white sand; to the west by the wetland Cuare Wildlife Refuge and to the south by Cuare Gulf. Sparks originally inhabited by Native Americans Chipas, its name is a Caribbean word meaning "place where rises our sun"

Most Popular Restaurants in Capital Region

Discover the best food in Capital Region, Venezuela including La Isabela, Maute Grill, Moreno, Casa Pakea, Alto, Urrutia, El Cine, El Alazan de Altamira, La Cita, La Casa Bistro

The 10 Best Things to Do in Central Region, Venezuela

Discover the best top things to do in Central Region, Venezuela including Parque Fernando Penalver, Isla Larga, Dunas, Playa Grande, La Ciudad de Yeiber y Sebastian, Bahia de Cata, Estadio Jose Bernardo Perez, Aquarium de Valencia, Playa Ensenada de Tuja, Saint Martin's Church (La Iglesia de San Martin).

Top 10 Things to do in Maracaibo, Zulian Region

Maracaibo (Spanish pronunciation: [maɾaˈkai̯βo]) is a city and municipality in northwestern Venezuela, on the western shore of the strait that connects Lake Maracaibo to the Gulf of Venezuela. It is the second-largest city in the country (after the national capital Caracas) and the capital of the state of Zulia. The population of the city is approximately 1,495,200 with the metropolitan area estimated at 2,108,404 as of 2010. Maracaibo is nicknamed La Tierra del Sol Amada ("The Beloved Land of the Sun").

The 10 Best Things to Do in Capital Region, Venezuela

Discover the best top things to do in Capital Region, Venezuela including Centro de Arte Los Galpones, Expanzoo Expansion Centro Educativo Recreacional, Teleferico, Casa Natal & Museo Bolivar, Mercado Municipal de Chacao, Panteon Nacional, Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, Paseo de Los Proceres, Plaza de Altamira, Museo de Ciencias Naturales.

10 Things to Do in Barquisimeto That You Shouldn't Miss

Barquisimeto (Spanish pronunciation: [barkisiˈmeto]) is a city in Venezuela. It is the capital of the state of Lara and head of Iribarren Municipality. It is an important urban, industrial, commercial and transportation center of the country, recognized as the fourth-largest city by population and area in Venezuela after Caracas, Maracaibo and Valencia.

10 Things to Do in Merida That You Shouldn't Miss

In this university town in western Venezuela, it's possible to relax in a park honoring Beethoven, sample more than 800 flavors of ice cream in a Guinness-record-holding shop and ascend into the surrounding snow-capped Andes mountains via the world's longest and highest cable car. The historic downtown, centered on Plaza Bolivar, contains an impressive church inspired by Spain's Toledo Cathedral. Adventure tour companies run paragliding, mountain biking and trekking excursions outside the city.

Most Popular Restaurants in Playa el Agua

Discover the best food in Playa el Agua, Venezuela including La Casa de Esther, Arepas de Los Hermanos Moya, Positano, Pida Pizza, Juana La Loca, Il Nonno Pizzeria, Casa Caranta, El Fondeadero, Hard Rock Cafe, Restaurant Pola

Top 9 foods in Barquisimeto, Central-Western Region

Barquisimeto (Spanish pronunciation: [barkisiˈmeto]) is a city in Venezuela. It is the capital of the state of Lara and head of Iribarren Municipality. It is an important urban, industrial, commercial and transportation center of the country, recognized as the fourth-largest city by population and area in Venezuela after Caracas, Maracaibo and Valencia.

Most Popular Restaurants in Ciudad Bolivar

Discover the best food in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela including Tony Roma's, Tony Pizzeria, Sarrapia, Ristorante Mezza Luna, El Bigote del Abuelo, Bonsai Sushi, Beirut Coffee & Restaurant, Loncheria Monyca, Pa' Quien, Viajera del rio cafe

Top 10 Things to do in Ciudad Bolivar, Guayana Region

Discover the best top things to do in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela including Plaza Bolivar, Paseo Orinoco, Museo de Arte Jesus Soto, Casa del Congreso de Angostura, Museo de arte moderno Jesus Soto, Salto Para, Salto Yuruani, Quebrada de Pacheco, Fortin del Zamuro, Tepuy Trek.

What to do and see in Chichiriviche, Central-Western Region: The Best Places and Tips

Chichiriviche is a Venezuelan city located in Falcón state located on the east coast, 195 km southeast of Coro. Capital of Municipality Monseñor Iturriza. It has a population for 2011 of 18,960 inhabitants. Chichiriviche is surrounded by the small cays and islands of fine white sand; to the west by the wetland Cuare Wildlife Refuge and to the south by Cuare Gulf. Sparks originally inhabited by Native Americans Chipas, its name is a Caribbean word meaning "place where rises our sun"

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