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An insightful day in the past and the present of the capital city along with engaging, knowledgeable and friendly guides. An opportunity to visit all the must-see monuments and enjoy a delicious typical Dominican lunch.

Adult Ages 13+
Child Ages 3-12
Infant Ages 2 and under

Explore the wonderful city of Santo Domingo from Punta Cana


Pay homage to the First Cathedral of the Americas. Stroll down Las Damas Street and see many important monuments. Pass by the Museo de la Casas Reales.

A walk across the Alcázar de Colón will take you back to the era of the Spanish conquistadors. Watch a movie in a 4D cinema and get a break from the heat.

On the boardwalk of Santo Domingo appreciate the beauty of the Caribbean Sea and modern buildings such as the Fine Arts Palace, the National Theatre and the Presidential Palace. Enjoy a nice lunch in a typical restaurant in the capital.

Why choose us?

The most convenient and comfortable way to visit and get the most of the wonderful city of Santo Domingo from Punta Cana.

Full itinerary

Get ready to board a comfortable air-conditioned bus at the crack of dawn. Alongside an expert tourist guide, you will soon take over Santo Domingo, First City of the Americas, learning historically relevant facts of this modern-day metropolis city.

See real estate wrought in accents underscored by delicate French neoclassical designs. Close detail was given to its facade, bringing together stuccoed accents and decorative elements around its doors and windows.

We will have lunch at a typical restaurant reminiscent of a small farm, where your senses will drift away with the pleasant scents of cinnamon and ginger.

Upon your arrival, you will be greeted to the rhythm of the Merengue, in an atmosphere where the flavor and camaraderie come to life. You will be treated to the traditional Dominican dish, known as “La Bandera Dominicana.”

Take a stroll across a colonial neighborhood and examine its monuments and museums. Pay homage to the First Cathedral of the Americas, the birthplace of the fervent Catholic faith, formally known as the Catedral Metropolitana Santa María de la Encarnación. This former hut made of royal palms nowadays takes up an entire block. Setting your site on its interior for the first time is an authentic sensorial experience.

Stroll down Las Damas Street, the oldest back street not only in the Dominican Republic but in all of the Americas. It preserves the largest amount of monuments in its surrounding areas.

The Museo de la Casas Reales, formerly the Governmental Palace, has a bewitching display of colonial-era artifacts. Monument of historic significance once a Jesuit church, the National Pantheon became the final resting place of many illustrious Dominicans after its restoration in 1538.

A huge copper lamp looms over its dome, emanating a perpetual flame forever keeping the memory of national heroes alive. A walk across the Alcázar De Colón enraptures visitors back to the era of the first Spanish conquistadors.

The pedestrian-only street known as Atarazanas was the first commercial street in the Americas. Take a walk around the outside edge of the wall on the Bateria del Almirante.

The somberness of the National Palace is exemplified by its well-crafted formal equilibrium and historical commemorations. We will get off the bus for a brief moment in order to take photographs in front of the presidential palace.

Arrive at the boardwalk of Santo Domingo, where you will appreciate the beauty of the Caribbean Sea and some modern buildings such as the Fine Arts Palace, National Theatre, Presidential Palace, and more.

Come across this multi-million-dollar lighthouse built in 1992 to celebrate the 400-year anniversary of Columbus’s landing in the Americas and is the site of the explorer’s bones.

Come and join us as we rediscover the first city of the New World, Santo Domingo!