Has a very big backyard of grass, to sit relax and even take a nap. You can see the exhibits inside the museum. Overall is a good place to visit
The centre is located in Altamira, very near to the Altamira plaza and Altamira subway station. Closed on Mondays, it offers cultural activities for free such as live concerts, yoga classes and art shows. The centre is an old hacienda house that has been restored, surrounded by a great garden with very old trees. Be aware that no eating, smoking,... More
This park is a hidden gem in the city - not much of a tourist destination but great place for locals to relax away from the craziness of the city. Free entry and a lounge with free wifi. The latest rotating exhibit is dedicated to Chavez and loaded with propaganda.
In the middle of 2 big avenues with lot of traffic is this nice cultural space with spectacular gardens, trees and flowers, is and old farm from caracas, when you are inside you wont believe you are in Caracas. You can have free wifi space...
There was an art exhibition and a concert when I went there. Ambiance is really fine and nature is great of course..
Originally a coffee plantation, this site was purchased in the late 1980's by Venezuela's State oil company (PDVSA) and made into a cultural center. The gardens are exceptionally pretty and make you feel peaceful. The only drawback is the overwhelming political propaganda. Chaves political machinery is at full speed here.
My review of Centro de Arte La Estancia can be summed up in one anecdote: I was job-seeking in Altamira, and wearing these ballerinas that were murdering both my little toes. I'm talking about blood, people. I had nowhere to sit and try to put a bandaid over them, and then "lightbulb!" (as Gru would put it), I limped my... More
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