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Because Prados del Este is in an aristocratic residential area, it lacks many of the services accessible to other zones. This shopping center is practically the only one on the city's outskirts, apart from the out-of-town centers of Concresa, Pirámide, and Humboldt. The beautiful pink Mediterranean-style building has an outdoor arcade through which one gains access to the huge passages which constitute the complex. Galerías Prados del Este offers a wide variety of shops, with some 150 distributed throughout its three levels (street level, the mezzanine, the intermediate level, and the top floor). Here you will find a well-known restaurant, pizzeria, and café, plus banks, and a supermarket. Parking facilities are available for over 800 vehicles.
The development of Urbanización Las Mercedes is, in itself, a great shopping center. Should you feel like walking around, sooner or later you will find what you were looking for. However, you can save time and effort if you simply go to the Centro Comercial Paseo Las Mercedes, where you will find over 150 different shops selling all sorts of varied and unique goods. You could also visit La Cuadra, on the lower level, with its winding passages from yesteryear, full of little shops. Here you will find electrical goods, interior decoration ideas, a beauty salon, opticians, boutiques, health products, home and office furniture, and much more. There is also a four-star hotel, a cinema, and numerous quality restaurants here. A five-level car park is available also.
The Caroni Plaza, which is known for its panoramic views of the city of Caracas, is a shopping center where there are several supermarkets and smaller shops and stores as well as office spaces, recreational areas and restaurants where you can rest your weary feet for a while.
The name “shopping city”, is well-suited to this 1970s-style center, which boasts over 500 different stores, excluding the 1000 offices distributed throughout the main area of the center and its two annexes. The center also has a separate indoor car park with some 6000 spaces. Although there can be continual traffic during the week owing to both the offices and the shops, weekends attract a great number of leisurely shoppers who come to seek out the restaurants, cinemas, casinos, fairs, children's activities, and other attractions. A four-star hotel also forms part of the complex.
The area of Chacaíto has a square and a boulevard, is surrounded by various shops and businesses, has a metro station, and boasts splendid sculptures by Jesús Soto, Narciso Debourg, and Teresa Casanova. Surrounding this vast public area are the following shopping centers: Chacaíto; El Único; Country and Arta, plus Beco department store. It goes without saying that you will find everything here, including the metro station, theaters, a post office, a lottery agency, and a flea market. A number of restaurants and cafés place their tables and chairs outside, which makes Chacaíto the perfect place for an enjoyable and productive stroll.
A hub of retail, dining and entertainment in the San Antonio neighborhood, close to the UCV campus, the Centro Comercial Galerías El Recreo offers plenty of fun opportunities for an afternoon out. Whether you're looking to complete a few chores, grab a bite or catch a movie, the many local and international stores and brands provide an enjoyable diversion from the daily routine. Women's clothing, cosmetics, toy stores, electronic stores, home crafts, pharmacies, book stores, amusement and play areas for kids, restaurants and a cinema are all located under one roof. To find out about the latest events and offers at the mall, visit the website.
It is worth remembering that at the Centro Lido, despite being a large and complex centre, it is easy to find your way around, although it is nice to get lost because everything is so refined. During the late 1990s, El Lido established the way forward for shopping centres geared towards a more select clientele. The few cheap shops that are here look somewhat out-of-place. A vast inner courtyard with marble flooring and a pianist welcome you to the complex. From here on you will find shops selling jewellery, perfume, electrical goods, books, clothes, shoes, video games, as well as a gym, and various high-class restaurants and cafés. The two towers are home to a multitude of offices as well as a hotel. Additionally, there are two cinemas in the basement, and a multi-level car park with a great number of spaces.
Every day visitors to and residents of the capital visit this mall which caters for leisure activities as well as shopping. The center boasts an area of 250,000 square meters in total, with five levels. It offers more than 500 shops for a variety of shoppers and budgets, and has a Parque ExpoAventura here with robotic dinosaurs. There is also a terrace, a gallery which markets works from the Jacobo Borges Museum, an aquarium, and numerous eating establishments. 14 fast-food outlets, a romantic restaurant, and a cybercafé, to name but a few, are to be found here. Additionally, there are 4000 parking spaces for shoppers. In fact, El Sambil is such an attractive place to visit that many shop owners complain that people are going to sightsee rather than to shop.