Valencia (Venezuela) is a restricted travel destination from the USA. U.S. Department of State — Bureau of Consular Affairs has imposed Level 4: Do Not Travel Restrictions on Venezuela. Hence, we do not offer fare to Valencia.
Valencia, VLN Venezuela, Travel Guide
Valencia, also known as the Industrial Capital of Venezuela, is the capital of Carabobo State. The city also served as the capital of Venezuela thrice between 1812 and 1830. Its proximity to the equator imparts it a hot and humid climate. The wet season starts from May to November.The city is popular amidst travelers for its ecological diversity. The city has got tropical vegetation with overwhelming greenery featuring the Agave cocoa, the naked Indian, the camoruco (natural symbol of the Carabobo State), the saman, the apamate, and Paraguay. The wild species include Morrocoy turtles, pictures, anteaters, porcupines, deer, and iguanas, as well as various snakes and other reptiles.
Where is Valencia Located Geographically?
A 150-km drive to the west of Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, takes you to Valencia. The city is situated in the valley of the Cabriales River, which it crosses partially from north to south. The city is bordered with hills to the west, foothills to the east, the Cordillera de la Costa to the north, and savannas to the south.
What are the Top Airports in Valencia?
The city of Valencia is served by the Arturo Michelena International Airport (IATA: VLN). Every year more than 160,000 passengers depart from the airport, and 150,000 passengers arrive. The city is connected with domestic and international destinations by popular airports including Avior Airlines, Conviasa, Laser Airlines, Turpial Airlines, Aruba Airlines, and Copa Airlines. You may find a nonstop flight to Barcelona (Venezuela), Panama City, Punta Cana, and Santo Domingo.
How Long is the Flight to Valencia?
You may opt for nonstop or connecting flights to Valencia. The table below shows the flight distance and flight time from some of the US cities.
| Flight || Flight Distance || Flight Time |
| San Francisco (SFO) to Valencia Flight (VLN) || 3,863 miles/6216 km || 8 hours 14 minutes |
| Los Angeles, CA to Valencia Flight || 3,575 miles/5754 km || 7 hours 39 minutes |
| Chicago, IL to Valencia Flight || 2,491 miles/4009 km || 5 hours 29 minutes |
| New York City to Valencia Flight || 2,135 miles/3436 km || 4 hours 46 minutes |
| Dallas to Valencia Flight || 2,410 miles / 3878 km || 5 hours 19 minute |
| Philadelphia, PA to Valencia || 2,099 miles/3379 km || 4 hours 42 minutes |
Which Airlines Fly to Valencia?
Copa Airlines, Aeromexico, Avianca, United Airlines, and American Airlines are the popular airlines that fly to Valenica from New York, Houston, and other US cities. Though most of the flights are connecting with their stopover in Panama City – PTY, or other cities.Use our flight booking engine to filter the results by airlines and type of flights: nonstop, one-stop, and two-stop. This will help you to zero in on the cheapest air tickets to Valencia.
How Much Does It Cost to Fly to Valencia?
We have listed some low cost flights to Valencia at the beginning of this webpage. The fares are based on past data or trend. The cost of a flight ticket to Valencia depends on factors like flight distance or flight time, popularity of the airlines, travel category you travel in, and the layover involved in case of a connecting flight, etc. Perform a flight search with your departing and arrival airport and date to find the current airfare for any Valencia flight. Customize your search with one-way or round-trip option. Filter options are also available to help you find non stop flights to Valencia or flight with one stop or two stops.
How to Find the Cheap Flights to Valencia
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What is the Best Time to Visit Valencia?
December to March is the best time to visit Valencia. The weather remains dry and the upper and lower temperature flow in mid-80s°F and mid-60s°F. However, this is the peak tourism season with visitors flocking in from South America, North America, the Caribbean, Asia, Central America and the Middle East. Avoid visiting in May, though getting cheap flight tickets to Valencia is not a tough deal in this month. If you want the best two worlds- best season and cheap flight and hotel deals – plan your Valencia trip between June and July.
What are the Top Attractions in Valencia?
White sand beaches lined with palm trees – if this is the kind of picture about your dream vacation destination, you are almost there. A 23 km (14 miles) drive from Polomar takes you to the beach. The natives used to call it Era Kone, means “turtle beach” because of the prominence of the species.
2. Acuario de Valencia (Valencia’s Aquarium)
2. Nestled in a recreational park in Valencia, the aquarium is famous for Amazon river dolphins, besides other species of fish and snake. The Amazon river dolphin is the largest species of river dolphin. Adult males weigh up to 185 kilograms (408 lb), and measures up to 2.5 metres (8.2 ft) in length.
3. Indian petroglyphs in Vigirima
If you have an artist in you the whole world is a canvas for you, even if it’s a rock. Yes, it’s true. Reach Vigirima, you might have to go with some private tour operator, to witness the rare art craft done by pre-historic human beings. The fine art work – incising, picking, carving, or abrading – will cause your jaw to drop.
The city center of Valencia is home to some of the noteworthy historical buildings like Plaza Bolívar, Casa Paez, Casa Celis (colonial house from the XVIII, also a museum), Old Faculty of Law (18th-century building) and Municipal Theatre.