We’ll discover the main historical sites of Santo Domingo, a city founded in 1498 by the Spanish on their arrival in America. We’ll visit places such as Santa María la Menor (Primate Cathedral), the National Pantheon and the Alcázar de Colón, home of the first Governor of Santo Domingo Diego Columbus, and Las Casas Reales Museum, all found in the colonial district.
We’ll shop at the Colonial Market, where the history of the New World began. Lunch will be at a restaurant in the prestigious Colonial District with its exquisite décor so typical of the region. Then we’ll visit the capital’s main government buildings.
We can enjoy the experience of visiting the capital of the Dominican Republic with its historic Colonial City.
Entrance to the Cathedral is not allowed in shorts and / or sleeveless T-shirt. Please wear appropriate clothing.
Buffet style lunch
Water, refreshments & white or red wine (during lunch)
Tour Guide (various languages)... More