Caracas

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Peter B. Krehmer

"I have made useful business contacts on the InterNations platform. This is better than any other networking event I have attended so far."

Maria Cristina Alves

"Thanks to InterNations, I found a babysitter here in Caracas. She's such a nice person and has almost become a part of the family."

Get Connected to Our Expat Community in Caracas!

¡Hola! And a warm welcome to the expat community in Caracas! InterNations helps you to settle in to your new destination by connecting you with other expats through a private and secure network. Interact with real expats in Caracas and ask them questions about what to expect from your move, from queries like "what is the healthcare system like in Venezuela?" to "which schools do you recommend for my children in Caracas?". Whatever you need to know, the expat community in Caracas is happy to help.

With InterNations, you never stand alone. Whether you move to another city or go on a business trip somewhere — our communities are there to make you feel at home wherever you are in the world. Feel free to also check out our other vibrant InterNations Communities like the ones in Vienna or Bangkok.

Join Our Exciting Events in Caracas

Attend our monthly events and activities for Caracas expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

Find More Information in Our Caracas Expat Guides

  • Moving to Caracas

    Expatriates from most of the rest of the world do not need visas to enter Venezuela, making moving to Caracas quite simple for many. There are a number of impressive landmarks, including the Caracas East Park — a lush green oasis which also houses a small zoo. Find out more in our guide!
  • Living in Caracas

    Caracas is a tropical city between the mountains: the climate is therefore very pleasant and its strategic location boosts a multicultural and variegated atmosphere. Check out some more information about moving to the Venezuelan capital in our guide!
  • Working in Caracas

    There are plenty of opportunities for expatriates working in Caracas. The city is the administrative and financial capital of Venezuela, meaning that there are many headquarters and government institutions situated in the capital: find out what the local job market can offer you in our guide!

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Learn What It's Like to Live in Caracas

The large capital of Venezuela, Caracas is home to a number of expats who adore the natural beauty as well as the fast-paced life in the city. The city has an excellent infrastructure and is an exciting environment to live in. Expats can enjoy the mild yet warm climate of the city, its surrounding peaks and mountainsides, and its modern amenities, such as an affordable metro system, bustling plazas, and lively nightlife. The city can be a little luxurious and some expats have found it to be a quite expensive at times. However, many expats based in the city work for the country's booming oil industry and enjoy the informal nature of doing business in the country.

InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 390 cities across the globe. Get to know fellow internationals in your city, before you're moving, or when traveling somewhere and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Zurich or Prague, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.

Become a Part of Our Network for Expats in Caracas

Every member of InterNations has been has gone through an approval process first to ensure that the network stays safe and secure. This also helps ensure that the members of our community are fully aware of the importance of our guiding principles and a general "netiquette"— from polite behavior to being open towards other cultures and backgrounds. When you arrive in Caracas, you can thus also feel confident about getting together with like-minded InterNations members on site. Simply join InterNations and have a look at and joins some of our groups that interest you and meet up with other expats — from the Caracas Explorers Group to DinnerNations.

Peter B. Krehmer

"I have made useful business contacts on the InterNations platform. This is better than any other networking event I have attended so far."

Maria Cristina Alves

"Thanks to InterNations, I found a babysitter here in Caracas. She's such a nice person and has almost become a part of the family."

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