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Punta Cana: Santo Domingo Day Trip with Tickets and Lunch

1. Punta Cana: Santo Domingo Day Trip with Tickets and Lunch

Santo Domingo is a magical city, full of history, culture and amazing landscapes. Explore the oldest Capital of the “New” World, Santo Domingo, the first city founded in America. This sightseeing tour shows you a city full of history and culture. A great activity for the whole family. - We will pick you up at your Hotel to start an incredible trip to Santo Domingo, during the trip you will see incredible details about the Culture of the Dominican Republic. - Upon arrival in Santo Domingo you will visit the incredible cenotes of Los Tres Ojos National Park, especially natural and magical. - You will visit the most important monuments of the City: The 1st Cathedral of America, the Alcázar de Colón and the National Pantheon, El Faro a Colón. - We will take a walk through the Colonial Zone, a romantic street, the first in America, “The Ladies”. Enjoying an ancient but picturesque panoramic view. It operates every day. Its approximate duration is 10 hours.

From Punta Cana: Santo Domingo Full-Day Trip with Lunch

2. From Punta Cana: Santo Domingo Full-Day Trip with Lunch

Join a full-day experience leaving from Bávaro and Bayahibe through the new Autovía del Este. Walk in the cobblestoned historic core of Santo Domingo and visit the cathedral. Observe iconic spots like the Alcázar de Colón Palace, National Pantheon, and Los Tres Ojos. After arriving in Santo Domingo, head to your first stop, the open-air limestone cave and lakes of Los Tres Ojos. Continue the tour until you reach the Colón Lighthouse. Listen to its history and take photos of the view around you. Stroll around the coffee-lined Plaza de España and Colonial Zone. See the Alcázar de Colón palace, now one of the city’s many museums, displaying medieval and Renaissance art. Learn about the past and present of the oldest city in the Americas. Stop for a buffet lunch in a restaurant in the Colonial Zone. Pay homage to the First Cathedral of the Americas. Move on to the first street, Calle de Las Damas, and other colonial monuments from the 15th and 16th centuries. Take in a panoramic view of the modern city, residential areas, and the Presidential Palace. Enjoy free time to take a walk around El Conde where you can see old buildings or go shopping.

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3.9 / 5

based on 14 reviews

Generally speaking it was a fun and well organized day. The guide was friendly, well informed and he spoke Spanish, English and German fluently. The stop at the "market" (classic sales stop) at the end was very unnecessary though. After the stop we got some free time to go for a drink. The guide could just as well have told us to go for a drink straight away. Instead he let the whole group wait at the souvenir shop even though most of us weren't interested in buying anything. All in all, a good and fun day though with a lot of interesting stops and interesting information provided by the guide.

Until we drove from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo, it took a good 1.5 hours with waiting. We definitely saw the most important sights, the guide was also very friendly and was able to give a lot of background information. During the tour we sat on the bus a lot and didn't have much time at the individual stops. In hindsight I would book a private tour as the size of about 25 people was already big. The tour didn't last 9.5 hours, but 12 hours.

The excursion was great. Was picked up on time and drove straight to Las tres ojos. Our guide told the story and then we continued to Santo Domingo. Here, too, our guide has carried out. Overall it was a great trip.

Raul, our guide and driver, was exceptional. Santo Domingo is a beautiful town

Excellent excursion, exhausting but I recommend it 100%