IntroductionThis large city has lovely parks and green spaces. It is commonly believed (by Venezuelans at least) to be the home of the country's most beautiful women as well. But as the country's manufacturing center, it's geared far more toward business travelers than tourists. Valencia's limited attractions are scattered across the city and can be difficult to find unless you are fluent in Spanish and don't mind spending a lot of cash on taxis. If you're passing through on the way to the beaches of Parque Nacional Morrocoy, you might want to stop at the city's exemplary Parque Fernando Penalver.
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