First City in the America’s,historic place,beautiful to walk and learn about Dominican Republic history,many restaurants and stores to visit,a most go
"Most visitors therefore make a beeline for the Zona Colonial, the city’s substantial colonial district, with dozens of wonderful old buildings and a dramatic setting right on the Río Ozama. In fact, many never bother to venture outside this neighbourhood, but while it obviously merits the most…
Ciudad Colonial is the historic central neighborhood of Santo Domingo and the oldest permanent European settlement of the Americas. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is also known as Zona Colonial or more colloquially as "La Zona". A day trip is only 45 minutes away from Juan…
Go to all the museums and take a horse carriage ride. Eat in the restaurants (I love Time, Pat é Palo, etc).
It’s very safe and you can meet people of different cultures and you can share with your families or friends in the different parks and have museums very interest of the arrived of Christopher Columbus the streets preserve the facades of their time which has an invaluable history for Santo Domingo. …