I was amazed by the view, was terrific!, Nice weather although it was crowded up there, anyways, I spend a nice time, Í'll go again if I can.
It's a terrific teleferico. But, look out: you may queue for hours until the gates open for passengers. Our first try: we stood in a hot, sweaty, unsheltered line for about an hour and decided to quit. So we took a second bite at the queue with an umbrella and cold water to cool down with. We queued for 3... More
Impressive to see Caracas appearing out of the fog when you go down the Teleferico; despite at the op it was really foggy and hardly any vision the sailing down was great! What an impressive city (approach)!
Good sights from one (if not the one) of the largest cable car in the world. From the city to de top of the front mountain, "Waraira Repano" or "Cerro Ávila", the travel is slow, quiet and with a great view.
The trip was slow and the surrounding countryside awesome. Unfortunately when we got to Mt. Avila it was fogged in
Going to Warairarepano, formerly known as Teleferico, is an amazing experience even for those who have a fear of heights. The 20 min ride up is amazing, I recomend doing that with daylight and ride back down at night so you can appreciate the lights of the city. At the top you'll find various restaurants and kiosks with food and... More
There aren't too many interesting things to do in Caracas, especially for tourists that don't know their way around and could get into trouble. The teleferico is worth the visit as the views are pretty spectacular. There are a few restaurants up there...nothing to write hoe about, but it is good for an afternoon. Bring a sweater, it gets cool... More
Wonderful place to admire the view of Caracas. At the top of the mountain there is a small ice skating rink, there are also kiosks selling typical foods and handicrafts of Venezuela. Excellent choice of fun!
Traffic in Caracas is terrible, but once in the cable car you immediate leave the traffic noise behind and start to climb above the forest on the mountains surrounding the city. On the top they still have a lot to do, it seems everything needs a lot of work, especially the Humboldt Hotel (reopening long overdue). There isn't a place... More
Had a plan to visit the Avila mountain, my family and I. The queues were so long that the waiting would have been about 3/4 hours. A total disorganization. Not worth the waiting, we left after an hour of queuing.
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