Large, open air plaza, closed to traffic, which makes it very comfortable to stroll. Plus it's lined with cafes and restaurants.
Monasterio de San Francisco in Santo Domingo de Guzmán, Dominican Republic, is a monastery that was built between 1509–1560, with the…
So much to look at on this not so long street. The history is breathing from each corner!
Western door to the city of Santo Domingo as part of original wall. Named because people rushed through it to escape natural disasters.
The very first hospital of the New World. Built already in the 16th century, but destroyed by a hurricane only in 1911.
Dr. Rafael Ma. Moscoso National Botanical Garden is a botanical garden in the heart of Santo Domingo.
El Altar de la Patria, or The Altar of the Homeland, is a white marble mausoleum in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic that houses the…
Antonio de Montesinos or Antonio Montesino was a Spanish Dominican friar who was a missionary on the island of Hispaniola.
The Museo de las Casas Reales is one of the important cultural monuments built during the colonial era in Hispaniola, now the Dominican…
Excellent theatre! Entertaining option for those travelers, who don't want to visit only beaches.