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Santo Domingo City Tour from Punta Cana
"You will be picked up at your Punta Can hotel in a comfortable air-conditioned van mini bus or bus (depending on the group size). You will be greeted by an experienced professional guide who will be your personal guide from the day's start to finish.The first stop in the capital will be at the Three Eyes National Park with underground caves and lagoons used by the Taino Indians (the Dominican Republic's origina built in 1992 on the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' landing in the New World. Then you will be off to the oldest streets of the Western Hemisphere in Santo Domingo's Colonial Zone a 16-square block neighborhood oozing with Dominican history and culture.Your first peek at the Colonial Zone comes at the Columbus Palace. Completed in 1514 it was the home of Christopher Columbus's son
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Santo Domingo Day Trip from Punta Cana
"You will be picked up at your Punta Can hotel in a comfortable air-conditioned van mini bus or bus (depending on the group size). You will be greeted by an experienced professional who will be your personal guide from the day's start to finish.The first stop in the capital will be at the Three Eyes National Park with undergroun the Dominican Republic's original inhabitants. From there you'll make a quick photo stop at the Columbus Lighthouse built in 1992 on the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' landing in the New World. Then you will be off to the oldest streets of the Western Hemisphere in Santo Domingo's Colonial Zone a 16-square block neighborhood oozing with Dominican history and culture.Your first peek at the Colonial Zone comes at the Columbus Palace. Completed in 1514
From $113.00
 
All-Inclusive Santo Domingo Day Trip from Punta Cana
"From your Punta Cana hotel you will be transported to Santo Domingo. The first stop will be at ""Los Tres Ojos"" a limestone caves containing a series of three lakes. Here you will learn about the Dominican Republic's first inhabitants - the Taino Indian you will go directly to the Columbus Lighthouse built in 1992 on the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus's landing in the New World. Then off to the oldest streets of the Western Hemisphere located in Santo Domingo's Colonial Zone. Be ready to walk and take pictures along the Colonial Zone starting at the Col this was the home of Christopher Columbus's son Don Diego. From the Palace the tour will go through the historic Plaza de Espana and on to Calle Las Damas (the first paved street of the New World). Keep walking to the National Pantheon where heroes were laid to rest. The colonial tour will culminate a""
From $85.00

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El Meson d' Bari

Really cool little restaurant. Loved the food AND all of the artwork on the walls. This place had a feeling that it would be a spot where writers and artists would hang out. My favorite artwork was a...
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La Plaza de Pollo

A cafeteria style type restaurant serving chicken and some fish. The sides are different types of rice, some pastas, and salad. I only got there once, so I didn't find a favorite, but there was a good...
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Yokomo Sushi

Nice small restaurant with an attentive staff. The crowd seems to be early 20's to 30's, but I don't know if that's due to the area demographics or what. The area in which the restaurant is situated...
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Pata é Palo

Best described as a brasserie, heavy on the meats and salads, but also some seafoods and pastas. Everyone should easily find something they can enjoy. The food is good, though not outstanding. But why...
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Michelangelo Restaurant

Michelangelo Santo Domingo Dominican Republic, Authentic Italian food as prepared by genuine chefs can be enjoyed at Piantini's Plaza Las Americas, with specialties such as Pasta and Jumbo Shrimp in...
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Cafetería Comedor La Cibaeña

Before going to the aquarium, my friends had a CRAVING for fried fish so we ended up here while looking for the other place they've been at. This cafeteria is, in my opinion, how local eateries look...
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Street food: chimis

If there's one place that every single Dominican go out to eat at (or take away) regardless of their social status, skin color, beliefs (political, religious and baseball) and where they live, it has...
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Green Light Cuisine

Green Light Cuisine sells light and fresh food "to make you feel good". We did feel good indeed! The restaurant itself has very little decorations, instead they go for space and they let their food...
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Restaurants Variety around the city

You are going to love DOminican night life and restaurant selection. Of course, wherever you go it will depend on what you want to eat. There are always new restaurants opening here and there in the...
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Tacos del Sol

Tacos del sol (tacos of the sun) is an unpretentious place that lets their food speak for them. A great place to eat good Mexican food, with tables in the open air and soft rock music to a volume...
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Hard Rock Café

I make a tip of HRC because it was brought to my attention that ours is the second biggest HRC in Latin America, only surpassed by the one in Buenos Aires. The restaurant has 2 floors and some tables...
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D'Luis Parrillada

This is a steak house by the Caribbean sea that combines selling typical Dominican dishes with yummy grilled meat or fish. On arrival they give you free sancocho (Dominican style stew) served in a...
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Helados Bon

Helados Bon is a Dominican ice cream company with a lot of shops around the country. They have their regular ice cream and their Etiqueta Negra (Black Label) which is their luxury ice cream line. We...
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La Cafetera

La Cafetera is a place that opened by the time of the dictator Trujillo, and it's still open and doing good. Grab a cup of coffee or a cold drink if you need or want to take a break from walking. I...
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Calle Duarte 106, Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo, 10211, Caribbean
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Avenida Sarasota 65, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Caribbean
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Maximo Gomez-Esq 27 de Febrero, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Caribbean
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Calle El Conde esq. Arzobispo Merino, Colonial zone, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Caribbean
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Top Things to Do in Santo Domingo

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Zona Colonial - Old Town

Amber is a vegetable fossil resin that when hardened becomes a semi precious gem used in jewelry. The range of its colors go from pale yellowish to bright red, and more rarely green and blue. It...
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Faro a Colón - Columbus Lighthouse

First the driver took us to the Columbus Lighthouse Monument (Faro a Colon). (Faro is the Spanish for lighthouse). The building was begun in the 1930s and was finished about 1992. The huge building,...
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Alcázar de Colón - Columbus' house

This mansion was the house of the Columbus family in Santo Domingo. It was built by Christoper Coulmbus' son, Diego in 1515. Today, it's a museum furnished with original and period furniture. This is...
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Los Tres Ojos - The 3 Eyes National Park

Parque Tres Ojos is a bit out of the way for those staying in Santo Domingo, but its a fun (albeit excessively humid) way to get out of the city. Don't be put off by the cheap crap they sell out...
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Catedral Primada de América - The Cathedral

Built between 1521 and 1540, this was intended by the Vatican to be the religous center of the West Indies. The church structure is a mixture of Gothic and Romanesque styles. This was the first...
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Jardín Botánico - Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden has been a must for nature lovers and everyone who wants to have peace within chaos in the city since its opening in 1976 during the government of Dr. Joaquín Balaguer. It houses...
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"My hometown, la Ciudad Primada de América"
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"City of Happy People"
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Belsaita

"Welcome to chaos... have fun!!"
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