Paseo de Los Proceres, Caracas

Take a peaceful walk at Paseo de Los Proceres, a grandiose monument and public park. Dedicated to the fighters in the South American independence struggles, it was inaugurated in 1956 by then-president Marcos Perez Jimenez. Stroll the park walkway that ends in the massive white marble monoliths resembling a gate. Along the way you'll pass gardens, large oval fountains, and many sculptures and decorations. The spacious park makes a great place for resting, exercising, or having a picnic. Plan to visit Paseo de Los Proceres during your Caracas vacation using our convenient Caracas attractions planner .
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  • This is a landmark for its military roots. It is a very nice and with a history walk. Very good photos
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  • We were able to see the soldiers practicing, the statues, the areas where public ceremonies are held. We enjoyed the little lake with its turtles, big fish and Muscovy ducks and the playgrounds nearby...  more »
  • Los proceres is a monumental walk of approximately 5 km feom Ciudad Universitaria to Fuerte Tiuna, it is closed to motor traffic on sundays and it is nice to walk/run/bike especially around the monoli...  more »
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