Los Aleros, Merida
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Wander through Los Aleros, an educational ethno village nestled in a picturesque Andean valley. Designed by Alexis Montilla in 1984, the complex looks like a traditional Andean village in the 1930s, with wooden homes, agricultural land, village stores and services, and staff wearing typical clothes from the time. Learn about the daily life of villagers by inspecting contraptions used in agriculture and housekeeping, and step inside a typical kitchen to see what's cooking. Try on some traditional threads and watch as the villagers entertain themselves, playing folk songs on old instruments. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Los Aleros by using our Merida travel itinerary planner.
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Como todo lo hecho por el Sr. Alexis Montilla, consiste en una auténtica visita al pasado, es la vivencia de primera mano de la época de nuestros bisabuelos, de la vida simple, sana, limpia y pura, se... read more »Like anything done by Mr. Alexis Montilla, consists of a real visit to the past, it is the experience of first-hand from the time of our great-grandparents, of simple living, healthy, clean and pure, is internalized the start of our principles as Venezuelans. There is no book, movie, internet, makes you literally "live" the past and not wanting you to goshow original
fantastico.. una aventura simpatica donde te diviertes recordando o enterandote de las tradiciones de antañofantastic... an adventure simpatica where you have fun recalling or enterandote of the traditions of the pastshow original
Deberian reinventar y crear shows nuevos. Tenia mas de 10 anos sin ir y fue la misma experiencia de esa época, se sigue comiendo rico, y la novia te sigue mojando por el balcón cuando se casaYou should reinvent and create new shows. I had more than 10 years without going and it was the same experience of that time, follows eating rich, and girlfriend you still wetting the balcony when he marriesshow original
Good family fun. Be prepared to walk steep stairs and grades if you want see most of the attractions. Don't expect a lot of handrails or handicap ramps. Slides are fun, just wear elbow pads! This is a half day affair unless your planning to spend a lot of money and get really drunk. A little history and a trip back in time, Disney-style. People are super nice and friendly. Fun and interesting place, we've been twice and will probably return.
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Jovanny Lorusso ChaconGreat place for the family enjoy clean, pleasant, very good service, good history of our beautiful country. But only 3 stars since it seems to me that the prices in the restaurant are very high for the quality of food; they must think about people and the sacrifices they made to make tourism in this country. My humble opinion to those parks theme of my country are more attractiveshow original
Victor BritoExcellent staff, nice atmosphere, very good decoration. It has restaurants and bars. Souvenirs shops.show original
William FernándesBeautiful theme park that ceased to be such to become a large Bazaar where all or sell it or ask for a "collaboration", has no raison d ' être since that's why one pays an entry that is not for anything cheap. Nothing to do with the visit did years ago.show original
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