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The Capital

Venezuela's capital and largest city, when the conquistador Diego de Losada founded Caracas on July 25, 1567, he had found an ideal place: a new place for a small settlement in a protected narrow valley with cooling breezes, and warm sunny days, never too hot - all year. Today, Caracas is a modern city with a new and growing infrastructure, some very spectacular. A dazzling and brilliant city.

Caracas is listed as the high capital of South America, a city made by with love. With the exception of the old streets of La Pastora and the Plaza Bolivar, most of the old colonial houses are still there. Caracas was an important capital of the Spanish Viceroy and producer of cocoa globally before the oil boom. Caraquenos are proud of there city, and its oil wealth gives them enough money to continue the philosophy of building new rather than repair or restore. The Colonial Caracas is hard to imagine looking at the Caracas today. Caracas the nightlife of South America, and with the best climate in the world ....

 
 
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Wine from Venezuela

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In Venezuela enjoys great number and variety of wines coming from different regions. Some of these provienede hacienda Altagracia, years ago they brought several French teachers, and began wine production in...
 
 
Cocoa and Chocolate

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For more than three centuries Venezuela has considered the best cocoa growing in the international market. Cocoa is a crop closely related to the Venezuelan culture, both in its origin and...
 
 
Time Out

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A fun place for pedestrians Sabana Grande, a fashionable pedestrian boulevard that extends to 2 km (1 mile) from Plaza Venezuela to Chacaíto meter, the latter undoubtedly marked by a giant kinetic...
 
 
Monuments

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Archbishop's Palace - The Archbishop's Palace has over 350 years old, rebuilt again during the last years, is one of the few structures in place that has survived the earthworks. From...
 
 
Spirits

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In contrast to coffee, find the beer, Venezuelans drink lots of beer and say that humor is a national sport in the crowded beaches or in traffic in the city, might seem...
 
 
Café

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After lunch many Venezuelans keep the custom of having a nap. Dinner usually begins late, and many restaurants stay open until midnight. A nation of worshipers of...
 
 
Sweets

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There are many typical cakes, the bienmesabe, is the first, is a moist cake covered with coconut, raisins and cream sprinkled with cinnamon breath, the three milk cake is a moist cake...
 
 
An international mix

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The impact of foreign cultures is evident in the restaurants of the capital. A sizeable Italian community ensures that the pasta dish is a normal and well prepared. Too often...
 
 
Regional Cuisine

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Because Venezuela is a large country with many diverse areas, various regional cuisines have evolved. On the coast are the boiled fish (fish soup). A favorite is the stew (fish...
 
 
Christmas Kitchen

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Food has a special meaning in Venezuela during the Christmas season, when much of the holiday focuses on preparing them, both to celebrate the 24 as 31, the most typical is to...
 
 
 
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