Explore the oldest city in the Americas on this walking tour of Santo Domingo. During this full-day excursion from Punta Cana, follow your local guide to view some 5th century colonial monuments, Las Damas Street and Diego Columbus Alcazar, the first cathedral built in the new world. Stop by the National Presidential Palace, get fantastic views of downtown and watch a 4D movie about the history of the city. Lunch at a traditional Dominican restaurant and round-trip transportation from Punta Cana hotels are included.
Explore Santo Domingo with a local guide Step back in time on a history tour All entrance fees included Eat a tasty lunch at a typical Dominican restaurant Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
The first Cathedral of America Get ready to board a comfortable air-conditioned bus and immerse yourself in Dominican culture and heritage. On this tour you will rediscover the first city of the new world. Our expert tourist guide will take you over the first city of the Americas, learning historically-relevant facts of this modern-day metropolitan city. Stroll down the Colonial Zone and observe monuments and museums. Pay homage to the First Cathedral of the Americas, birthplace of a fervent Catholic faith know as the Catedral Metropolitana Santa María de la Encarnación .Stroll down Las Damas Street, the oldest back street not only in the Dominican Republic, but also in all of the Americas, Here you can see the largest amount of monuments in this area. Pass by The Museo de la Casas Reales, formerly the Governmental Palace. A walk across the Alcázar de Colón takes visitors back to the era of the first Spanish conquistadors. The pedestrian street known as Atarazanas was the first commercial street in the Americas. Cool off and take a small break while watching a movie about one of the famous Pirate in a 4D cinema. On the boardwalk of Santo Domingo you can appreciate the beauty of the Caribbean Sea and some modern buildings such as the Fine Arts Palace, National Theatre, Presidential Palace, and more. A nice lunch of typical Dominican food will be served in a prestigious restaurant.