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Tarihi Alan
“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 Dolio.”
Yerel halktan 109 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“The bar is lit, and the ambiance will help you relax and enjoy your day in the oldest city in the new world. Price is higher than usual, but once you are in the place, you forget everything. $$$$$”
Yerel halktan 28 kişi öneriyor
Park
“Plaza España is a big plaza, surrounded by restaurants with great food and bars with native drinks. ”
Yerel halktan 22 kişi öneriyor
Kilise
“Built between 1510 and 1540, the first cathedral of the Americas—known as Santa Iglesia Catedral Basílica Nuestra Señora de la Encarcación o Anunciación, Primada de América—continues to stand tall in all of its glory over the heart of the Colonial City. The 500-year-old Gothic-style building continues to serve as the most important site for official ceremonies, and religious celebrations. Touring the interior reveals the cathedral’s ornate Gothic ceiling, colonial period oil paintings, sacred chapel rooms, as well as an area with gravestones containing the remains of archbishops. The remains of Christopher Columbus were found here in the 19th century.”
Yerel halktan 32 kişi öneriyor
Semt
“Ciudad Colonial (Spanish for "Colonial City") 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 (Colonial Zone) or more colloquially as "La Zona" (The Zone) . It is an important section of the city due to the high number of landmarks, including Alcázar de Colón, Fortaleza Ozama, Catedral de Santa María la Menor, and others.”
Yerel halktan 26 kişi öneriyor
Meydan
“You can walk the 16th century colonial landmarks and see the first of everything: first streets, cathedral, alleys, colonial patios. There is romance everywhere. If you do not want to walk, there is a train ride through the old town. Cathedral Square and the Atarazana area have outdoor cafe restaurants. Nice shops. ”
Yerel halktan 32 kişi öneriyor
Karayip Restoranı
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“For an explosion of vibrant colors and music, Jalao offers delicious food and a great atmosphere for those looking for a great time and a place to satisfy their bellies. At Jalao, you will find traditional Dominican food as well as drinks.”
Yerel halktan 26 kişi öneriyor
Establishment
“Parque Colon is the central square of the Ciudad Colonial historic district of Santo Domingo. In its Center stands a late-19th Christopher Columbus, in whose honor the square was renamed in 1887. Previously the square was known as Plaza Mayor”
Yerel halktan 16 kişi öneriyor
Gastropub
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“Zona Colonia. Cool place to hang out. They have an outer area as well. $$$$”
Yerel halktan 19 kişi öneriyor
History Museum
“A great museum to learn about the history of our colonizers. It's also very close to a lot of restaurants that open after noon.”
Yerel halktan 12 kişi öneriyor
Establishment
“Founded in 1974, Casa de Teatro is one of Santo Domingo’s and the DR’s most respected cultural centers. This historic location hosts regular art and photo exhibits in its entrance lobby, as well as movies and live music evenings at its on-site café bar. Theater plays and formal concerts are hosted in the amphitheater. It’s a favorite hub of creatives, from poets to writers and actors. An annual jazz festival also takes place at Casa de Teatro every summer, featuring renowned Dominican and international jazz artists every Thursday evening during the months of June and July.”
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Point of Interest
“The Museum of Royal Houses was used as the Spanish Governor’s Royal Court in the 16th century—home to the governor’s palace, the treasury, and the courts of law. Today, the museum offers an informative overview on the history of the Dominican Republic from the colonial period in 1492 to the days of slavery, and the country’s first independence from Spain in 1821. You will find displays on the multiple voyages of Columbus, with replicas of his ships, a collection of period treasures, and weapons from the days of dictator Rafael Leónidas Trujillo, among other items. The building itself is a stunning display of colonial architecture, punctuated by vast Spanish courtyards.”
Yerel halktan 12 kişi öneriyor
Park
“The park ranks among the DR’s most sacred sites. Inside the walled and guarded landmark is a white-marble mausoleum housing the remains of DR’s Founding Fathers: Juan Pablo Duarte, Matías Ramón Mella, and Francisco del Rosario Sánchez.”
Yerel halktan 13 kişi öneriyor
Gözlem Yeri
“Worth a visit! The main tower is in good conditions and you can have a nice view of the bay and a glimpse of what the Spanish colonization look like. ”
Yerel halktan 12 kişi öneriyor
Bar
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“It's cool, the prices aren't that bad, they play good music, nice environment and friendly people around. They have dancing space and an outdoor area as well.”
Yerel halktan 6 kişi öneriyor
Route
“The first commercial street in the New World remains the most popular pedestrian shopping area. Stretching over 10 blocks, this cobblestoned road is lined with restaurants, cafés, souvenir shops, and street side art vendors.”
Yerel halktan 6 kişi öneriyor