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International Terminal

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Restaurants

Eating options at the Rafael Núñez International Terminal are extremely limited. There's a café and an ice cream parlor in the main hall, and after Security you'll find a restaurant serving local dishes. Opening times of restaurants and cafés correspond to first and last flights from the terminal.
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Shopping

Duty-free shopping is available after Security as well as a small range of other stores selling gifts and souvenirs. A jewelry outlet and a confectionery store can be found in the main hall of the terminal.
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Facilities

  • ATMs (main hall)
  • Information points
  • Pharmacy (main hall)
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Accessibility

  • Wheelchairs available on request
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Restaurants

There's a café in international Arrivals, and a terrace above the Arrivals area that's home to 5 food stands.
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Shopping

You'll find a duty-free store in Arrivals where you can make last-minute purchases before going through Customs.
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Facilities

  • ATM (outside the terminal)
  • Currency exchange
  • Travel agencies
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Accessibility

  • Wheelchairs available on request

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