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Venezuela has a tropical climate with wet and dry seasons rather than hot and cold. The dry season is from December to April, with January and February as the coolest months and driest and hottest months being July and August.

The Caribbean coast is usually dry all year round. In Gran Sabana, the dry season is November to May, but the best time to visit Caracas is just after the rains, when the rivers are full and the humidity is not yet too high.

Many pass through Caracas on their way to other neighbouring destinations such as Margarita Island, Angel Falls or Los Roques. However, the sprawling city is a mix of modern attractions, especially at the historic centre of Plaza Bolivar.

Take the cable car up to the top of Mt Avila to get a spectacular look of the city below. You can see the Caribbean on clear days and try your skills at the ice skate rink and as well as enjoy a meal. Carry a warm jacket or sweater at the top. Plaza Bolivar keeps Caracas alive with its boundless energy and public buildings.

At the foot of the Avila Mountain, lies Parque Los Chorros with exuberant nature and the captivating natural waterfall. Every dimension of Caracas is striking with natural landscapes and age-old architectures such as Iglesia de San Francisco, La Casa Amarilla, Casa Natal and Museo Bolívar and many more.

The gastronomy of Caracas is rich and assorted; the regional specialties and the broad variety of continental cuisines have merged to offer mouth-watering dishes full of flavour, colour and taste.

The typical cuisine is a combination of cheese, butter, ham and meatloaf that creates 'arepa'. Many dishes go back to the ancient indigenous way of cooking and preparation. There are other common dishes in which rice is the ruling factor dressed with vegetables, black beans, meatloaf, and plantain. Venezuelans love chicken or pork stew served with spaghetti and chopped vegetables.

The city gives you numerous options to dine out with your family. Casa Veros sits in the old colonial mansion in downtown Caracas. La Castellana is the typical place to savour arepas and pabellon criollo. At El Budare you can enjoy traditional dishes and desserts surrounded by the liveliness of the city.

Visitors and Venezuelans tend to shop at one of the many modern malls built around Caracas. Of these, Centro Comercial Sambil is the most popular and reputed. It features everything from a gourmet restaurant to a multiplex cinema and space to perform arts.

Other prominent malls include the Centro Comercial Ciudad Tamanaco, Calle La Estancia and the Centro Lido. Las Mercedes is an opulent district housing shops, restaurants and art galleries that makes it the choicest spot for browsing and buying.

Art and Craft lovers can head to Mercado Guajiro to explore a collection of 30 shops featuring indigenous items. The best is still to come at Hannsi Centro Artesanal that has a huge indoor bazaar with everything from woven baskets to ceramic wares.

Simón Bolívar International Airport (CCS) serves as the important air hub for Caracas that can be reached through various airlines flying out from most of the key airports in the UK. We provide you the best offers even for your car hire and hotel packages. Browse our website today and find fares for your travel needs at competitive prices. You are guaranteed the best possible price that won’t be painstaking as you book your travel with us.

Caracas is a city of great diversity, offering a wide range of scenery, an interesting metropolis where modernism and traditions merge into being one. Caracas boasts to have the tidiest and most modern transport system connecting all the major spots in the city.

Caracas has an impressive economic growth and towering structures that intermingle with world heritage sites. The city is a concrete jungle twined with captivating parks and lush natural reserves. Explore a strange mix of rich and poor living alongside each other. Apart from tourism developments, the friendliness of the people lives up till this day. It's a city that every traveller should experience

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