Santo Domingo Transportation

  • Beat up carro público
    Beat up carro público
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  • Bread vendor
    Bread vendor
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  • Notice the 3 people in the motoconcho
    Notice the 3 people in the motoconcho
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Most Viewed Transportation in Santo Domingo

  • 1. By taxi

    Before leaving for my trip to the Dominican Republic I was able to call (for free) from the United States a taxi service, www.SantoDomingoTaxi.com at 877-375-7051. I wanted to fly into Santo Domingo...

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  • 2. Metro/Caribe Tours (first class buses)

    One of the best and probably cheapest way to travel on the island is by bus with Caribe tour. The busses are equipped with air-conditionning and television. For a 4 or 5-hour-fare, you'll only pay +/-...

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  • 3. By bus

    In Santo Domingo we have 2 kinds of buses: OMSA buses: the government buses with scheduled stops, they come in 3 kinds: the ones without air conditioning and the cheapest ones, the ones with air...

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  • 4. Airports

    I paid to have VIP Travel Services transport me from SDQ airport to Santo Domingo (Colonial District) but when I arrived no one from VIP was there. I was told it happens often. I had to take a taxi to...

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  • 5. By metro

    A metro line is being constructed in Santo Domingo and it's expected to be fully operational in Feb 2008 but will be formally open to the masses in Apr 2008. The route consists of 16 stations for a...

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  • 6. By motorcycle (motoconcho or mototaxi)

    Another alternative when it comes to means of getting around. These are the most expensive and most dangerous. They're not as cheap as the buses or the share-a-taxis and they definitely do NOT have...

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  • 7. By share-a-taxi (carro público)

    Convenient, cheap but less safe than the buses. The share-a-taxis are popular among capitaleños (people from Santo Domingo). You might have seen them: a typical car with the driver, 2 people on the...

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  • 8. By rent-a-car/private driver

    We would highly recommend www.prestige-limousine-service.com and www.prestigecarrentals.com. We had a great experience using their airport shuttle service and then when we reached our destination[Casa...

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  • 10. Air France

    I've flown to and from my country with Martinair (when I moved) and Air France (back and forth) and I can highly commend Air France's service.I usually fly...

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  • 11. on the bus towards Santo Domingo

    From Bavaro (near Punta Cana) you can take a bus going directly to Santo Domingo (without intermediate stop) in 2 hours for 170 pesos. The come back takes 3...

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  • 12. LOCAL BRIDGE

    OKThis is one of the many hundreds of bridges around the country, the Dom. Rep. has lots of rivers and waterways so they are very common place, unlike in the...

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  • 13. Better don't go by car!

    In Santo Domingo the traffic is chaotic. With chaotic I mean there are no rules. If you go by car take care to other cars. It's very hard to understand if there...

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  • 14. Plane is the best way and...

    Plane is the best way and fastest way. But if u have alot of money, and your not in a rush, u can take a cruise.Car is the best way. Cabs are expensive, even in...

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  • 15. I still dont get the picture,...

    I still dont get the picture, cause if we would have flown only the people who had to go to Puerto Plata would have been in a bus for 4 hours. When we came in...

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  • 16. We had a good time !

    As you can see Frans and i had a nice pleasant flight..no ups and downs so far....just had a nice meal! Cant remember what...but i do know i had a plastic knife...

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  • 17. An other screen

    This is something i do like...the way the plane is flying...its nice to see where you are and where you are going. Always near New York you get some...

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  • 18. We would have flown about 11 hours

    We would have flown about 11 hours and an other 2 traveling and waiting to get to Punta Cana. We first would have gone to Puerto Plata and after that to Punta...

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  • 19. Finally

    Finally all the busses were there. All the people going to Puerto Plata had to stand one side and the ones to Punta Cana on the other side....When all the...

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  • 20. Wainting for some busses

    When we get through the costums, we had to wait till all the busses arrived to bring us to Punta Cana or to Puerto Plata. We sait there in a big empty hall with...

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  • 21. We took an express bus from...

    We took an express bus from Puerto Plata to Santiago, and from there the direct bus to Santo Domingo. Remember to have something warm to put on your shouders,...

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  • 22. STREET SIGNS

    OK A view of a traffic sign, this one is located when coming into the AILAS--Las Americas International Airport in Santo Domingo.

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  • 23. LOCAL BRIDGE

    OKONE MORE BEEING BUILT NEXT TO THIS ONE, TOO MANY TRAFFIC JAMS ON IT TO BE PRACTICAL ON THE ONE TAKING THE PIC FROM, I GUESS IT'LL GET EASIER.

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  • 24. STREET VIEW

    OK A view of city streets, notice the bridge across the street it's for people to cross the street without disrupting traffic, or getting hit by it.

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  • 25. We went via a small climatised...

    We went via a small climatised bus with a guide which was very competent, the driver was careful, and we enjoyed the ride as well as the commentaries of the...

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