The only historical village in the Andes, Los Aleros exhibits traditional housing, agricultural implements and methods and customs of European colonies in Venezuela.
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Jul 2017 • Couples
This is a small, very clean, picturesque theme park that is worth a visit to have a taste of that rural Venezuela of the early twentieth century.
Written June 1, 2018
May 2016 • Family
It is a very beautiful place to walk around and visit all of it attractions. You can buy there local food and desserts. Taking pictures is incredible here.
Written April 10, 2017
Jul 2016 • Couples
Good place to spend the whole day, take pictures and have a look at the merida ancient culture. It's like a smalltown with a lot of things to do.
Written September 18, 2016
It's always wonderful to come to this thematic park that depicts a typical Andean town in the 1930's. Here you can find people wearing traditional andean clothes :-) Exploring and walking through the park might be a little complicated for elderly/handicap or people with disabilities since there are many steeps to climb. However you can take a slide all the way down!!!! There is a haunted cemetery, a petrol station, an exchange house, a radio station, a cinema surrounded by ghosts, a church and a monument of Simón Bolívar just to name a few. Ticket price 2.800 BSF per adult.
Written July 20, 2016
Feb 2016 • Family
As a handicapped resident of the country, i required some assistance on the tour around the park but i must say it's a very interesting place to visit, a few details escape my memory since it was a short trip to there but i fully recommend going in and experience the place yourselves
Written June 3, 2016
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