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Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Take a stroll back in time through the cobblestone streets of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The city is nestled along the southern coast of the island and is the most populated metropolitan area in the Caribbean. The charming, yet exuberant capital of the country is a hub for international travelers, history and an abundance of Dominican culture. There’s no better city to explore Dominican history than the oldest inhabited European settlement in the Americas.

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Best of Santo Domingo

  • Mirador Sur Park

    If you really want to hang with the locals and get a glimpse of their everyday lives, take a stroll through the Mirador Sur park in the southern area of the city. It’s the city’s first eco-park and was created to be a leisurely space for locals and a way to conserve “natural wealth” within the bustling capital. Grab a flavorful bite at nearby eateries while you hear soft tunes of Bachata and Merengue. It’s definitely a unique a Dominican experience for everyone!
  • Los Tres Ojos

    This natural gem, just less than 10 miles east of the capital, is a must see while visiting the historic city! Translated as The Three Eyes, the site includes a series of three lakes (“eyes”), situated within limestone caves. Take a plunge into the crystal-clear blue waters of these three lakes and learn about how they formed and what they were used for, over 100 years ago! Don’t miss this natural wonder, because even the surrounding park is a beautiful sight to see.
  • Zona Colonial

    Santo Domingo’s Colonial Zone is nothing short of a phenomenal walk through history. Dubbed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it’s where Bartholomew Columbus first settled in the New World between 1496-’98. Stroll along the cobblestone streets to historic sites such as the stunning Catedral Primada de America and Alcázar de Colón. Then, wander on over to enjoy local cuisine at a variety of nearby restaurants and cafés.