Visit the oldest constantly inhabited city in the American Continent and Christopher Columbus’ first permanent settlement after his arrival to the Americas. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage in 1992, Santo Domingo is a city with many firsts in the New World with the first cathedral, paved road, university, hospital, stone home, tavern, and many others.
You will visit the Columbus Palace. Completed in 1514, it was the home of Christopher Columbus’s son, Diego. From the Palace we walk through the historic Plaza de España and onto Calle Las Damas (the fist paved street of the New World). Our ultimate destination is one of the most important sites in the Dominican Republic: the First Cathedral of the New World, “Catedral de Santa Maria La Menor”. With our tour to Santo Domingo, you’ll experience the city’s rich history and the daily life of everyday Dominicans in their capital of 3 million inhabitants.
Our driver and tour guide will pick your party and you up at your desired location in a luxury SUV with Wi-Fi Internet access and complimentary cold drinks (non alcoholic). The 4.5 Hr route will take you to the most important locations in the Santo Domingo Colonial City.