One of the country's most attractive cities, situated on the banks of the mighty Orinoco River and with a charming colonial centre.
Named after the Venezuelan liberator Simon Bolivar, this city was once the centre of attention during the revolutionary years and the history continues to permeate throughout, with several interesting monuments and museums. Today it is also one of the country's most attractive cities, situated on the banks of the mighty Orinoco River and with a charming colonial centre in which small brightly-coloured buildings are clustered and the pastel yellow facade of the cathedral stands proud. The Orinoco River promenade is a great vantage point to look out to the Angostura Suspension Bridge, the first to traverse the great mass of water, one of the largest in South America.
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