Cheap Flights to Venezuela

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How much do things cost in Venezuela?
Mid-range restaurant USD 69.89
Monthly Pass (local transport) USD 10.00
Combo meal at McDonalds USD 15.04
Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre USD 1 125.07
Tomato (1kg) USD 5.94
Apples (1kg) USD 9.69
1 Pair of men leather shoes USD 281.96
Taxi start USD 10.00
Local draught beer USD 2.89
Pack of cigarettes USD 6.51
* All price are converted to USD

About Venezuela

If you've always considered purchasing airline tickets to Venezuela, now is the time to do so. Not only is Venezuela an absolutely beautiful country, from the Andes Mountains, to its smaller islands, but is the perfect place to travel if you love wildlife, exquisite opportunities to trek and connect with nature. It's also an extremely cosmopolitan, from its Capital city of Caracas, with a prominent arts scene to take in. It's also home to UNESCO World Heritage sites, such as the old city of Coro, a stunning colonial city dating as far back as the 1500's. No matter if you prefer to check out Venezuela's island beach results, colonial ruins, head to the Andes mountains to trek or experience the modernity and glamour of its big cities, there truly is something for everyone to see and do in Venezuela, South America. Still need cheap flights to Venezuela? Don't forget that Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to Venezuela, for all of your travel needs.

Caracas-Venezuela's Capital

Visit Venezuela's dynamic capital city with your purchase of cheap tickets to Venezuela. Start by seeing the city with El Teleferico, a scenic cable trip up to the Avila Mountains, with stunning city and mountain views that await you. See a UNESCO World Heritage site with a trip to the Cuidad Universitaria de Caracas, with some of the world's most interesting and unique art and architecture. The University is like one huge art campus, designed by famed Venezuelan architect, Carlos Raul Villanueva. It's a must for any art buff. The Panteon Nacional is a true ode to history, housing the remains of Simon Bolivar as well as some of the most famed Venezuelans in history, so come and pay your respects, and try to catch the changing of the guard here.


Coro is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a trip back in time to experience Venezuela's colonial history, firsthand. With history dating back to the 1500's it's home to mass amounts of colonial architecture, as well as sand dunes and the Los Medanos de Coro National Park. See one of Venezuela's oldest churches from the 1530's the Iglesia de San Clemente, as well as the Museo de Arte de Coro, a fascinating colonial house from the 1800's filled with unique pieces of contemporary art. You can also visit South America's largest sand dune by taking a trip to Coro Dunes National Park, to see the ever changing sand dunes.

Isla Margarita

With your purchase of cheap flights to Venezuela, you'll have a chance to visit its premiere beach resort island, complete with prominent historical sites, shopping, nature galore and almost everything within walking distance. There are so many excellent beaches to choose from, such as Paradise Beach, Playa El Yaque, Isla Coche, Laguna de la Restinga, and more. Isla Caribe and Playa Caribe are always sure choices, and are clean white sand visits, with clean blue waters, perfect for swim, snorkeling and beaches ripe for frolicking. Pawue Nacional de Canaima is another top destination, home to Angel Falls, one of the tallest and most beautiful falls on earth, with so much wildlife to take in and stunning trails to experience.


Want to experience Venezuela's second largest city, home to fabulous history, colonial architecture and excellent opportunities to explore nature? With flights to Venezuela, you can do all of that and more, with a visit to Maracaibo. General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge was built in 1962 completely of concrete, and is still a modern marvel of engineering. Spanning 5.4 miles in length it was built to commemorate General Rafael Urdaneta and definitely warrants a visit. Maracaibo is also home to prime water parks, such as Aguamania and Aguaventura Park, the perfect place to take kids for a fun filled afternoon. Visit the Basilica Nuestra Senora de Chinquinquira, a church dedicated to the Virgin of Chiruinquira, and a site for dedicated patrons. Head on down to Plaza de Rosaio de Nuestra Senora de Chinquinquira, to see the city's statue of the Virgin of Chiquinquira, and Maracaibo's proud patroness saint.

Book your cheap flights to Venezuela and hotels in Venezuela, and get ready to experience the trip of a lifetime, with UNESCO World Heritage sites, Caribbean Islands to explore, as well as national parks, the Andes Mountains, and art, history, culture and colonial architecture in spades.

Information about travelling to Venezuela

  • Languages of Venezuela
    Spanish (official)
    numerous indigenous dialects
  • The capital city of Venezuela
  • Ethnic groups of Venezuela
    indigenous people
  • Sex ratio of Venezuela
    0.98 male/female
  • Area of Venezuela
    912 050 km² (33rd)
  • Internet users in Venezuela
    8.918 million (32nd)