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Puente Rafael Urdaneta, Maracaibo
(4.6/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
The longest bridge in the world at the time of its construction, Puente Rafael Urdaneta takes you over the narrowest part of Lake Maracaibo. The 8.7 km (5.4 mi) reinforced concrete structure connects the city of Maracaibo with the rest of Venezuela, so whether you're driving from city to country or in the opposite direction, you'll witness a significant contrast. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Puente Rafael Urdaneta and many more Maracaibo attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Maracaibo vacation builder.
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  • This is an iconic sight and even more picturesque at night while illuminated with colors. I am glad I made the effort of seeing this location. However, be cautious and careful. You could be an easy cr...  more »
  • Beautiful landscape, cannot be pass through Lake bridge and to observe the majestic bridge construction. And then taste the famous brushings of the area.
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  • As the bagpipe, says when you go to Maracaibo, and I start to pass the bridge I feel an emotion so great...
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  • Buen ambiente de estudio, universidad tranquila.
  • Well well
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  • Very upgradeable.
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  • Despite not having the infrastructure more out of the private universities in the city, it is by far the private University better qualified by their level of academic quality, especially in the areas of the sciences.
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