So much to look at on this not so long street. The history is breathing from each corner!
La Puerta del Conde was the main entrance to the fortified city of Santo Domingo, named to honor Governor Captain-General Bernardino de…
The Ozama Fortress was built in 1502 by the Spanish at the entrance to Santo Domingo's Ciudad Colonial, Dominican Republic, and overlooking…
Large, open air plaza, closed to traffic, which makes it very comfortable to stroll. Plus it's lined with cafes and restaurants.
The first cathedral in Americas, built between 1521 and 1540. It carries great significance to the West.
Finally zoo you'll be happy about! Animals live in areas that closely resemble their natural habitats.
Dr. Rafael Ma. Moscoso National Botanical Garden is a botanical garden in the heart of Santo Domingo.
Above long limestone ridge there is lengthy shady park that features caves (one of them is converted into restaurant).