Attractions

Christian Site in Carora

Capilla del Calvario

The Capilla del Calvario has a beautiful facade, a fine example of local baroque. Its simple interior features an interesting main retable, plus two side retables on both walls. The chapel is often open in the morni…
Church in Carora

Iglesia de San Juan Bautista

This mid-17th-century church shelters an amazing, richly gilded main retable dating from 1760. The church is only open in the late afternoon, but if you enquire in the Casa Parroquial, right behind the church, someo…
Christian Site in Carora

Capilla San Dionisio

The Capilla San Dionisio dates from 1743. It’s used only for special ceremonies, such as funerals, and is closed at other times.
Notable Building in Carora

Casa Amarilla

The mid-17th-century Casa Amarilla is Carora’s oldest surviving building, now a public library.
Architectural in Carora

El Balcón de los Álvarez

Take a look at this two-story 18th-century house where Simón Bolívar stayed in 1821.