This was the last resting place of Simon Bolivar. The historical importance of this place is well-explained by the guides. Keep your eyes peeled for iguanas. There are lots to see here.
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Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino is beautiful and very informative. The history is fascinating and the grounds are extremely well maintained. I traveled with my 94 year old father who was a history teacher and he enjoyed the tour, but unfortunately couldn't do all the...More
Very nice historical place. We loved the tour guide offered at the place. High Schoolers very well prepared and offered a nice walk full of history. Gardens so well maintained. Nice place for a walk.
This is the place where Simon Bolivar died. It is beautifully preserved and you can see the living conditions people lived in back then. Furthermore, there are signs in the place that will guide you in each room to know its significance. Beware of tours...More
If you have traveled anywhere in South America you will know who Simon Bolivar is! Amazing place filled with pieces of history and stories. You can get a tour but is not necessary. The gallery inside also has great art. Take a taxi here, it...More
This was a part of a ship's tour. It was the highlight to see how people lived during the times of the reunification in South America. A nice tribute to Simon Bolivar as well since he did in this place in 1830
Fascinating history of Simon Bolivar who died here, but much quipment missing, restoration average, though the residence and furniture quite accurate as to the era
Walking around an observe the historic about the life of the past. You can walk trough the buildings with nice paintings and furniture. The gardens ,flora and fauna is fantastic.
Old Quintana where Bolivar died. Too bad none of the told functioning equipment for processing sugar cane and fermenting rum exists. Some of the told trees have died and have not been properly pruned. The rose garden in the surrounding botanical garden had zero roses....More
It is a lovely place... Surrounded by lush centenary trees that will shelter your walk as you are transported back to the times of the independence. Teens from a local high school vulnerable to aid you with your tour to the last of Bolívar's hours...More