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Dear tourist, before coming to Venezuela, by land, air or sea, you must know if you require a visa to enter the country.
Americas and the Caribbean:
Antigua and Barbuda, Dutch Antilles, Argentina, Barbados, Belize, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Chile, Dominica, Grenada, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Saint Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago and Uruguay.
Asia and Oceania:
Australia, South Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand.
Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Norway , Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, San Marino, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.
For more information, please contact the Venezuelan Embassy or Consulate in your country.
The bolivar (Bs) is the official currency of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. All commercial activities (purchases and payments to hoPhones, restaurants and other services) to be carried out in Venezuela must be made in bolivares.
Selling ??and buying currency from individuals and artificial persons who are not authorized is a crime punishable by Venezuelan law. Dear tourist, do not breach the law and report any non-compliance in this regard:
Taxes and Tipping
Tipping is not compulsory and therefore you may only tip whenever you feel fully satisfied with the service received. We recommend tipping between 10% and 20% of the bill. Tipping with US$ 1 for bell boys at hoPhones per each piece of luggage is acceptable.
It is Venezuela's main airport which due to expansions and renovations conducted in recent years it is considered as one of the safest, most comfortable and modern airports in Latin America. It handles flights from/to the Americas as well as the major European cities and also a few from the Middle East.
Aeropuerto de Maiquetia (Ingrese aquí)
Phone: +58 (0)212 303 1329
It is the airport serving the city of Barquisimeto, it is one of the largest airports in Venezuela. In addition to a wide range of domestic flights, it also handles several international flights, mainly to the Caribbean and the United States, given its strategic geographical position.
Phone: +58(0)251 718-83-84 / 8379
It is the airport serving the city of Maracaibo. It is also one of the largest airports in Venezuela. It handles many domestic flights, as well as international flights from Barranquilla, Cartagena, Bogota, Miami, Aruba, Curacao and Panama, among others.
Phone: 58(0)261 7352723
This airport serves the urban sprawl of Barcelona and Puerto la Cruz. It operates domestic flights, as well as some international destinations as Miami and Cancun.
Phone: +58 (281) 276-1546/ +58 (281) 275-3125/ +58 (281) 275-2035.
This airport serves the urban area of Valencia and all the state of Carabobo, therefore it is one of the most important airports in Venezuela. It handles several domestic flights as well as international flights such as Aruba, Bogotá, and Miami, among others.
Phone: +58 (241) 834-6845 | +58 (241) 832-5696/6705
This is the airport serving Margarita Island. It operates several domestic flights, as well as international flights to some destinations in the Americas, Europe and the Caribbean.
Phone: +58 295 2628665 | +58 295 2629306 | +58 295 2621333
Also known as San Cristobal airport, it serves the urban area of San Antonio del Táchira (Venezuela), the city of San Cristobal and all the metropolitan area including the neighboring Colombian city of Cucuta. It operates several domestic flights as well as international flights such as Aruba, Medellin, among others.
Phone: +58 (0276) 7712692