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Maracaibo intro. The city of Maracaibo is the second largest in Venezuela, boasting a proud population of nearly two million residents. Located on the shores of Lake Maracaibo, the city is a popular tourist destination; mainly due to its fascinating culture which is very different, even to that of its neighbouring Venezuelan provinces. Interestingly, the region's location across the lake, subsequent isolation, and settlement by Andalusian colonists led to the district and Zulian province's separate culture and identify from the rest of Venezuela. Tourists come to the vicinity to experience a different culture, including language, architecture, cuisine and history. Hotels in Maracaibo are situated around the precinct, particularly near the historic district of Carabobo Street. Tourists can opt for higher-end establishments or cheaper guesthouses and inns, as the accommodation ranges in comforts and prices. Tours of the city centre can be arranged through several of the buildings, and also at La Chinita International Airport servicing Maracaibo.