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The place has a colonial architecture dated from more than 265 years. It has a tranquil environment and lovely atmosphere. Nevertheless, due to the current political instability it lacks investment and high criminality rates are doing the rest. You may need to take your precautions...More
There aren't too many places of interest in Ciudad Bolivar and this small plaza is probably near the top of the list. Attractive cathedral and government buildings, and a few trees. Added bonus of free wifi!
When you got to Plaza Bolivar make sure you visit Casa de Angostura and ask for Diego Stanley. He's a University student who is in love with history and he will explain everything about Venezuela and South America. It's a very good start to a...More
It was founded with the name Angostura in 1764, renamed in 1846, Angostura´s bitter was created there, but the manufacturer moved to Trinidad and Tobago. Ciudad Bolívar's historic center is well preserved, with original rebuild colonial buildings around the Plaza Bolívar. It lies at the...More
Plaza Bolivar in Ciudad Bolivar is small quiet place in the heart of old Ciudad Bolivar. It has lovely surroundings and nice statues. In the middle, the great Bolivar overlooks the plaza, with ladies representing each state he freed during the independence war in the...More