Caracas is the capital city of Venezuela. Despite of its bad reputation because of the violence and pickpockets this city has plenty of attractions to deliver to its visitors, and also numerous Venezuela hotels to match all their needs.

Hotels in Caracas provide all types of accommodation- from budget hotels in Venezuela to luxury five star hotels.

Here is a list of the TOP 10 Attractions which you don’t have to miss visiting while you're on your holiday in Caracas, Venezuela.

1. Capilla de Santa Rosa de Lima:

This monument is located west of Concejo Municipal and commemorates the area where congress proclaimed independence in 1811. The chapel holds its ancient embellishments and furnishings and has been rebuilt.

2.Casa Amarilla:

Located on the west of Plaza Bolivar, this is the 17th century balconied building named as the Yellow House. At first it was a royal prison and after the independence, it was restored with lemon yellow paint and was made the presidential residence.

3.Casa Natal de Bolívar:

It is the house of the well-known independence idol Simon Bolivar. Presently, what you see is the rebuilt mansion converted into a museum displaying period weapons, banners, and uniforms. More about it can be glimpsed at the near by Museo Bolivariano.

4. Catedral:

Initially built in the 16th century as a mere mud-walled construction, this chapel on the east of Plaza Bolivar was rebuilt between 1665 and 1713 to have the current gilded altars and intricate carvings. Only the broad five-nave interior residing on 32 columns was rejuvenated in the late 19th century.

5.Hipódromo La Rinconada:

Located 6 km southwest off the Autopista del Valle, it is the ideal horse-racing track which is adorned with racing on Saturday and Sunday afternoons at 13:00.

6.Iglesia de San Francisco:

Located south of the Capitolio Nacional, this church is here since 1570s after which it has undergone rejuvenation during the 17th and 18th centuries. The neoclassical facade on the church is simply amazing along with its well-preserved colonial interior.

7.Iglesia Santa Capilla:

Constructed on the place of first mass marked right after the discovery of the town, this is the neo-Gothic church designed on the basis of the Sainte Chapelle of Paris.

8.Jardin Botanico:

Botanical Gardens are just in 10 minutes walk west on the tough roads from Sabana Grande. The garden welcomes you together with the plants from all over the globe, the interlacing trees, swathed vines, and singing birds.

9.Museo de Ciencias Naturales:

Sitting across the circle from Bellas Artes, this museum holds the historical past of evolution, minerals, and fossils in addition to some details on the local languages and astronomy.

10.Parque del Este:

Located on a part of a former coffee plantation, this can be the largest park within the city. It's a prefect experience for botanical lovers to explore the labeled trees and plants. On a Sunday, this area is full of enjoying children, soccer games, religious groups, martial art lessons, and jogging people. Don't miss its snake house, aviary and cactus garden, and on astral displays in the Planetario Humboldt.

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