|Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city centre||$900.00|
|Gasoline (1 liter)||$0.08|
|1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff||$1.00|
|Milk (1 liter)||$0.50|
|1 Pair of men leather shoes||$50.00|
|Combo meal at McDonalds||$7.60|
When you order cheap flights to Maracay, you'll be pleased to learn that while this city may be off of the beaten track for tourists, Maracay is not lacking in things to do and sights to see. Named after the Indian chief Maracay, this city has been in existence since the 1500's, and is now a large city just shy of 1 million people. Maracay is most famous for its Aviation Museum (it's also home to two large Air Force bases in Venezeula,) its Opera House, Museum of Anthropology as well as the Macarao National Park. Maracay has a wide assortment of activities to keep you occupied, no matter your interests. Whether you're a history buff, nature lover or a big military fan, you're sure to have a good time on your next trip to Maracay. Don't forget to take a look at cheap tickets to Maracay, in order to start your vacation off on the right foot.
After booking cheap flights to Maracay, just remember that no trip to Maracay is complete without taking a trip to the Aviation Museum, an ideal destination for military buffs, those who enjoy learning about aerospace technology and everyone else for that matter. Come and see F-16 fighter planes, helicopters, military jets and aircraft, as well as weapons used in previous wars. It's actually one of the largest aviation museums in all of South America, so it would truly be a shame to miss out. Other museums of interest to visit include the Anthropology Museum, whose specialty is to familiarize visitors about archeological artifacts native to Venezuela, with a large emphasis placed on exploring indigenous culture. Another treasure of a museum is the Contemporary Art Museum, (which as would be expected,) runs rotating exhibits featuring works of modern contemporary art, mostly from local artists. If you're dying to check out the Aviation Museum or one of the other fine museums in Maracay, be sure to take a look at airline tickets to Maracay, as well as hotels in Maracay. Also remember that Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to Maracay, to aid your search.
With your flights to Maracay booked, you will be able to see the largest plaza in the country, as well as a national monument? See both at the same time when you check out the Plaza Bolivar of Maracay. Dedicated to Simon Bolivar, the square has been in existence since 1930, and is a major landmark of national, political and historical significance in Maracay. Be sure to also make time to see the Cathedral of Maracy, with history dating back to the 1600's. Not only has this church seen much of the city's history, but is also another proud historical monument in Venezuela. San Jacinto Park is an excellent place to walk around, view the beauty of this park, buy handmade goods from local artists and merchants as well as ride on some of the few rides found in this park. It would be an ideal destination with children, or if you're looking for a little bit of peace and quiet. Nature fans delight, as Venezuela's oldest National Park is close to Maracay, the Parque Nacional Henri Pittier. Since 1937 this national park has been considered somewhat of a national treasure, with thousands of bird, wildlife and plant species to check out, including 43% of all bird species in Venezuela. It's an excellent place to hike on one of numerous trails, as well as bird watch, relax and enjoy nature. You'll also be able to spot cougars and jaguars here, so be aware of your surroundings at all times. With cheap flights to Maracay in tow, you'll be able to view the beauty of the Parque Nacional Henri Pittier, valuable aviation history as well as local, national and political history in Maracay. Truly a diamond in the rough, Maracay offers so many opportunities to do and see a bit of everything in Venezuela.