Venezuela GuideVenezuela is a country in South America. Having a shoreline along the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, Venezuela borders Colombia to the west, Guyana to the east and Brazil to the south, and is situated on the major sea and air routes linking North and South America. HotelsFind hotels in Caracas and more.
Popular in VenezuelaCaracasCaracas is the capital and largest city of Venezuela. It is located in northern Venezuela, near the Caribbean. Playa El YaquePlaya El Yaque was originally a fishing village and beach on Margarita Island situated on the south side of Island about 3 km from the airport. La Gran SabanaLa Gran Sabana is a region in the Bolívar State of South-east Venezuela. The Gran Sabana sits atop the Guyana Shield, one of the world's oldest geological formations.
In VenezuelaCaribbean IslandsThe Caribbean Islands are in Venezuela. Venezuela has more coastline and off shore Islands than any other destination in all of the Caribbean. CentralThe Central region is in north central Venezuela. It encompasses the states of Distrito Capital, Aragua, Carabobo, Miranda and Vargas. GuayanaGuayana is a vast region in the south of Venezuela. AndesAndes is the western mountanious region of Venezuela. People in the Andes region differ culturally from their coastal compatriots. NorthwestThe Northwest is a region in Venezuela. NortheastNortheast region of Venezuela Los LlanosLos Llanos is the vast plains region covering much of central and southwestern Venezuela. MaracayMaracay is the capital of Aragua state in Venezuela. Maracay doesn't have its own commercial airport, but the visitor can approach it by plane using the Maiquetía's Simón Bolívar Airport and the nearer Valencia's International Airport Arturo Michelena. Los RoquesArchipelago de Los Roques is a chain of islands and coral reefs in the Caribbean Sea about 166 km north of the Venezuelan mainland. YaracuyYaracuy is in Venezuela. The state is rarely included on most tourists' travels around Venezuela.
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