Does Venus' have high pressure atmosphere?
Yes, the atmosphere of the planet Venus is very thick, corrosive, and hot.
Venus is much more inhospitable, it has the hottest atmosphere of any planet in our solar system at 467° Celsius (872° F) and with a bone-crushing atmosphere of 92 times the pressure we have at sea-level here on Earth. Winds average about 220 mph and the atmosphere consists of high levels of sulphuric acid (which corrodes most anything).
Venus has a very hot, very thick atmosphere of sulfuric acid. The pressure is about 80 times that of the Earth's atmosphere, and the temperature is over 800 degrees. NOT a nice place. There are some speculations about trying to "explore" the atmosphere of Venus using balloons. But that's a long way off.
The atmosphere on Venus is very thick, giving it a high surface pressure, some 93 times that of the Earths. Carbon Dioxide makes up around 96.5% of the atmosphere with around 3.5% Nitrogen. There are also small amounts of sulfur dioxide (0.0015), carbon monoxide (0.0017%), water vapour (0.002%), argon (0.007), helium (0.0012%) and Neon (0.0007%).