Discover the best top things to do in Santo Domingo Province, Dominican Republic including Parque Iberoamerica, Santo Domingo Skyline, Calle Las Damas, Gazcue, Convento de los Dominicos, Parque Colon, Sambil Santo Domingo, Agora Mall, Zona Colonial, Iglesia Las Mercedes.
Restaurants in Santo Domingo Province
5.0 based on 18 reviews
Santo Domingo is the true metropolis of the Caribbean. It has dozens of 30 plus story buildings challenging notions of quaint tropical settings. Santo Domingo continues to rise and surprise visitors and locals.
4.5 based on 1,097 reviews
This cobblestone street, the first ever built in the New World, is known for its numerous beautiful structures from centuries past.
We heard a lot of this street before we came to St. Domingo the first time. Nice to walk along this historical street up to the very center of mediaval town.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
A quiet residential neighborhood that exudes a suburban atmosphere with its shaded trees and attractive middle-class homes.
I grew up in Gazcue, Socorro Sanchez Street, #14, very close to Calle Lea De Castro. Around the corner was my grammar school, Instituto Escuela, one that I keep in my heart because it gave me lots of wonderful memories, our teachers and classmates will be impossible to forget. In my street and as well as the other streets near my home there were beautifully designed homes, ours was the first two story home built there in 1949 by the well known Arquitect Margarita Taule, one of the first female graduate in that area of expertise, last time I visited the neighborhood the interior of this originally nine bedroom family home owned by my family, Familia Canario, was retrofitted to house a day clinic, the exterior had been left intact. The families that originally built their homes in my street are obviously gone but the good memories still exist, I can even remember their names.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
This convent is the site of the first university constructed in the Americas in 1538.
This church is just fascinating.. goes from symbolism, architecture and history. It offers you self guided tour which is great, you can take your time and its very cheap. Eveything in there has its place on what the religion actually is... :) enjoy
4.5 based on 915 reviews
One of Santo Domingo's main gathering places, this plaza has a bronze statue of Columbus at its center.
Perfect to sit down and people-watch. Lots of activities at the park - performers, music, food, and a beautiful church.
4.5 based on 277 reviews
4.5 based on 904 reviews
I enjoy very much to stroll through shopping malls world wide and it was a pleasant surprise to have experienced Agora Mall. Wide selection of top class stores, plenty of facilities, clean and inviting.
4.5 based on 3,086 reviews
My life was so enriched by visiting this spot. I really thought Santo Domingo was just about Bachata but i was wrong this place is so rich in history is full of sixteenth century architecture, former colonial buildings now turned museums, and embassies. Make sure you visit all this spots located along this historic zone include Fortaleza Ozama, the first fortress in the Americas, and the National Pantheon, resting place of the Dominican Republic’s national heroes, La Calle De Las Damas and The first cathedral build in the new continent (cathedral of Santa María)
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