Caracas is the capital and largest city of Venezuela.
Situated in the north in a narrow mountain valley close the Caribbean Sea, is separated from the coast by the 2400 m (7872ft) high of Mount Avila. The Spanish Captain Diego de Losada founded the city in 1567, during the 20th century, there was a petroleum-rich Venezuela, and Caracas modernized becoming one of the most important centers of South America. The rapid growth of the city happened disorderly and created slums (huts) around the city. Caracas has fine restaurants, museums and galleries. Hotels in Caracas
Transports in Caracas
Simon Bolivar Airport (CCS): There are many international flights to Caracas.
By bus: There are buses to/from several cities in Venezuela.