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Guia Elizabeth Kline's, Guia de campamentos, posadas y cabañas en Venezuela. (español / ingles).
Guia ecoturistica de Venezuela, Miro Popic editor. (español /ingles).
Guia de Valentina Quintero
Lonely Planet, Venezuela.
Elizabeth Kline's Guide to Camps, Posadas & Cabins / Guia de Campamentos, Posadas y Cabanas in Venezuela. More about Elisabeth Kline's guide.
By Arnold Greenberg
Written by an author who has visited the country over 40 times, Venezuela Alive offers a wealth of practical information for the discerning traveler. The focus is on shopping, hotels, dining and sightseeing, with a good measure of entertaining sidetrips to round out the picture. All profiles feature detailed reviews based on firsthand experience. Practicalities – getting there (bargain package deals, air passes, by boat), money matters, what to pack, cuisine, the people and culture, history, sports and geography – are covered in the introduction. The author then goes on to look at Caracas, El Littoral, Maragarita Island, Puerto La Cruz, Cumaná, Mérida and Canaima, to name but a few of the hotspots. For each, he lists places to stay and eat, all rated with the unique Alive rating system. Sunup to Sundown sections tell of the best beaches, where to find duty-free bargains, sightseeing trips, historical walks, offshore excursions and other activities, while the After Dark sections feature jazz bars, nightclubs, piano bars, discos, cabarets, theater shows and cinemas. Maps and a full index.
VENEZUELA The Bradt Travel Guide 3rd Edition.book cover
By Hilary Dunsterville Branch
Venezuela is the most accessible country in South America, with cheap flights available from both Europe and the USA. Away from the highly populated north, great tracts of wilderness beckon visitors of all budgets. The Bradt guide to Venezuela describes a wide-reaching array of opportunities, from river trips to Angel Falls and wildlife watching in the Llanos, to hiking through the cloudforest to the glaciers of the Andes and backpacking in national parks. And then there's imply lazing on Caribbean beaches... No matter what your interests, this is the guide to help you make the most of your trip! (5 5/16 X 8 7/16, 440 pages, index, maps, color photos, black-and-white illustrations) Retail Price: 18.95 US.
TRAVELER'S VENEZUELA COMPANION.
By Dominic Hamiltonbook.
Whether you are dreaming from an armchair or booking your flight, the Traveler's Companion guides deliver the best information and guidance for exploring a country. Traveler's Companion authors pass along inside information about the easiest way to travel, the best restaurants, and the perfect places to stay. There are lavish color photographs that take you to your destination while you are still planning. This guide is set up in an easy-to-use format. The clearly structured entries on where to stay, eat, and how to get there, guide you directly to the things you want to see, allowing you to spend less time with your nose in your guidebook and more time enjoying your destination. (5 3/4 x 8 3/4, 312 pages, color photos, maps)
LE PETIT FUTE.
Country guide Venezuela.
TRAVEL PLANNER FOR VENEZUELA.
By John Benus
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