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Boasts a variety of different restaurants and pubs offering inside or outside dinning overlooking the Ozama River and Columbus Alcazar....

This is the oldest cathedral in America. It is located next to Columbus Park in the city of Santo Domingo. The Cathedral is fronted with a golden-tinted coral limestone façade, the church combines elements of both Gothic and Baroque with some lavish plateresque styles as exemplified...

The 688ft long 'Columbus Lighthouse' Monument is a tribute to Christopher Columbus and allegedly hold his remains. Located on the water side of Los Tres Ojos, 45 minutes from Las Américas Airport, the cross-shaped monument contains 149 beams of light which project up in to...

Ciudad Colonial (Spanish for "Colonial City") is the historic central neighborhood of Santo Domingo and the oldest permanent European settlement of the New World. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is colloquially known as "Zona Colonial" (Colonial Zone). The Ciudad...

The Monumento a los Héroes de la Restauración is a monument located on a hill in the middle of the the city of Santiago. Built for the centennial of the Dominican War of Independence, fought in 1844 to gain sovereignty from Haiti. The monument boats...

This popular square is located in the heart of Puerto Plata, a lively town along the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. A 3 hour drive from the capital city of Santo Domingo....

Fortress of San Felipe (Fortaleza San Felipe) is a historic Spanish fortress located in the North of the Dominican Republic, in the province of Puerto Plata. It is located on a hill at the Puntilla Del Malecón, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Its strategic location protected...

The Amphitheater, perched on the hillside of the river Chavon, is a re-creation of a medieval European village by Roberto Copa, a former Paramount Pictures set designer, and Charles Bluhdorn. Concerts and architectural activities such as classes are held here....