Parque del Este, officially Generalissimo Francisco de Miranda Park, in honor of the Venezuelan national hero, is a public recreation park located in the Sucre Municipality of Metropolitan Caracas in Venezuela. Opened in 1961, it is one of the most important of the city, with an area of 82 hectares. The park was designed by Roberto Burle Marx and associates Fernando Tabora and John Stoddart.The park is located just outside the station Miranda Line 1 of the Caracas Metro. East Park is managed and supervised by the National Parks Institute, an agency under the Ministry of Popular Power for the Environment.
The park combines three differently designed areas: the first is an open grass field with a gentle undulating topography, the second is a densely forested landscape with meandering pathways, while the third is a series of paved gardens with tiled murals and water works.
Coordinates 10°29'33.339" N -66°50'22.139" E