Santo Domingo City Tour
Santo Domingo City Tour
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Places that are visited
- Visit The 3 Eyes River Cave
- Panoramic view of the Columbus Lighthouse
- Alcázar de Colón, typical streets of the Colonial Zone, Ozama Fortress, San Francisco Monastery, Casa del Cordón, Puerta de San Diego, House of Hernán Cortes, Ámbar and Larimar Workshop Museum, Plaza de España and First Cathedral of America
Discover the capital of the Dominican Republic in a super complete excursion, with a tour with a very special itinerary.
We will also enter a workshop where they sculpt the native precious stone of the Dominican Republic, the Larimar.
At lunchtime, we will taste a delicious buffet of typical Dominican gastronomy in the Colonia Zone itself.
Our private guide will accompany us on the excursion, telling us the great history of the time of the settlers, the First Cathedral of America, Los Tres Ojos, El Faro a Colón, the streets of the old area and the Alcázar de Colón.
A SELFIE WITH 500 YEARS BEHIND YOU
To immerse ourselves in the Colonial Era of the city, there is nothing better than walking its streets with distinguished buildings of the time, while our guide comments on all the details and anecdotes that will make you experience the sensation of traveling to the past.
IN SMALL GROUPS EVERYTHING IS BETTER
The essence of this tour is the size of the group. Thanks to the size never exceeding 26 people, the guide can clearly and concisely explain each point we visit on tour. In addition, it also allows us to even have free time in the Colonial City and walk through its streets with total freedom.
6:15 / 6:50 AM Pickups at the different hotels in the area
7:30 Departure of the excursion to Santo Domingo
10:00 AM Cenote the 3 eyes
10:30AM – Visit Faro a Colon (Panoramic)
10:40 AM – Tour of the urban area of Santo Domingo.
11:00 AM – Walk through areas loaded with the history of the city of Santo Domingo, including the Presidential Palace
12:30 PM Dominican buffet lunch at the exclusive Morrofino Restaurant, in Plaza España, in front of the Alcázar de Colón
The tour includes a panoramic entrance and/or explanations at the following points:
Alcázar de Don Diego Colón / Sun Clock / amber museum / Plaza de Cristóbal Colón / Parque Colón / Fortress Ozama / National Pantheon / Plaza España, Monastery of San Francisco / Casa del Cordón, Puerta de San Diego / House of Hernán Cortes / First post office / First Cathedral of America / Plaza España.
16:00 End of the tour and we go back to the hotels
The monuments of the Colonial City
In the guided visit to the Colonial City, we’ll have the entrance included within the main monuments: The Alcázar de Colón and The Cathedral. We are going to walk through Fundamental Square and the ancient Colonial Zone. We’ll have an all-encompassing see of the Presidential Royal residence and the Columbus Lighthouse.
Within the roads of the Colonial Zone, able to appreciate the substance of its Caribbean environment, its culture, and its individuals. We’ll enter the Primary Cathedral of America, the most seasoned, superbly protected, and restored.
We will walk through its squares and discover charming corners full of history, where you’ll perceive the climate of the time on the off chance that we were traveling in time. The Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo Feel the pith of the Colonial zone and drench up its culture with our engaging direct.
The visit we are going to take will be through boulevards more than 500 long times ancient, where you’ll discover road specialists, landmarks, and a thousand corners to photograph. This visit is perfect for photography
Calle El Conde:
To begin with, commercial road within the New World remains the foremost prevalent person on foot shopping region. Extending over 10 pieces, this cobblestoned street is lined with eateries, cafés, trinket shops, and streetside craftsmanship vendors. Santo Domingo, Colonial City, Family-Friendly, Notorious Sights, Shopping
El Alcázar de Colón
One of the foremost oppressed mei within the colonial city is the foremost extraordinary in its plan. Completed around 1512, this Gothic and Renaissance regal home was once the domestic of Diego Columbus, child of Christopher Columbus, and his spouse Maria de Toledo, niece of the ruler Ferdinand of Spain.
Neglecting the Square de España on one side and the Ozama Canal on the other, the most seasoned illustrious house within the Americas and the primary braced illustrious home has been changed over into a presentation corridor displaying furniture, creates, revolt music, and weapons from the 19th century. XVI. A winding staircase leads to the well-preserved visitor rooms and the rich assembly lobby, lit by gem-studded chandeliers, where events were held for the Spanish nobility.
The home of Diego Colón in all its splendor. We are going to visit its interior, and you may be able to see the outfits of the time, the enhancement of the rooms, and everything exceptionally well protected.
Pantheon of the Fatherland
The remains of the national, civil, and military heroes of the Dominican Republic are buried here. In addition to this, the rest of his story is very interesting.
The place where you can see the quiet Dominican life in all its splendor, street artists, children playing, and an atmosphere in the purest Caribbean style.
Amber and Larimar jewelry workshop
We will make a stop at this curious workshop, where they carve and show incredible pieces of Amber and Larimar. You can buy some of the most authentic souvenirs.
The three eyes
Los Tres Ojos National Park is a cavern that has a freshwater lake divided into “three eyes”, or small lakes. This cavern was frequented by the aborigines of Quisqueya Island, (as the Taínos called the Dominican Republic). In this place several filmings of the series of Tarzan, the ape-man have been made.
First Cathedral of America
Its official name is Santa Iglesia Catedral Basilica Metropolitana de Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Encarnación or Annunciación. The Santo Domingo Cathedral is the oldest in the Americas and was built by order of Pope Julius II in 1504. This was the seat of the Archdiocese of Santo Domingo. We will visit it inside so you can appreciate this religious relic.
Emblematic streets of the Colonial Zone
Apart from visiting monuments, walking through the streets of the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo is a pleasure for the senses. Its atmosphere, its background music, and its people will make you always remember this visit.