It hasn’t got a menu, it hasn’t got air-con – heck, it doesn’t even have four walls – but this massively popular spot cranks out the asado, fresh off the grill. It does monster, heart-clogging arepas con queso (corn…
Parque Los Samanes is named after the species of spreading tree that grows in the park. You’ll find an impressive specimen in front of the entrance. Bolívar’s troops reputedly camped here in 1813.
Outside the center, just 500m west of the tourist office, is the Museo de los Llanos, which has an archeological collection from the region.
A long-standing tasca-style restaurant, with a long menu, moderate prices and a dim interior. It serves good chicken, pasta and seafood.