Ezequiel Zamora Park also known as Parque El Calvario or El Calvario is a public space of Caracas, situated downtown of the city, at the West of the Redevelopment of El Silencio. The park was built during the government of Antonio Guzmán Blanco, and is part of the modernization process of the city that took place during the last quarter of the 19th century. This process begins with the lifting of the aqueduct that would supply water to the city of Caracas, conducted from the Macarao river to the pond located on El Calvario hill, for water storage.

In this place, the construction of the Guzmán Blanco promenade begins, an urban park with a European style in order to counteract the arid conditions of the hill. French gardens were laid out for its construction, old access roads were expanded, new roads were built, sidewalks were paved and stone walls were erected in order to consolidate the land.

It has an area of 17 hectares that occupy green areas, landscaping, monuments and squares. There are busts and statues of Christopher Columbus, Diego de Losada, José Francisco Bermúdez, Simón Rodríguez, Teresa Carreno, Simón Bolívar, Agustín Codazzi, among others.
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Taxi driver will pick you up at your hotel and drive to El Calvario. Once there, you will have 1 - 1 and 1/2 hours, to explore the place (as you wish). Then, you will walk to the parking lot and finally, the driver will leave you at your hotel.