Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo, the urban area is surrounded by the most visited tourist sector of our travelers.
What is the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo?
The Colonial Zone, first city of America, is part of our Greater Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic, and is the oldest urban center in the country. Founded in 1502 and colonized by Spaniards
The Colonial Zone is the main attraction of the Capital, considered the most valuable patrimonial jewel of the country. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990.
What to do in the Colonial Zone?
Thank you for coming here, in the daytime you can ride a bike and make spectacular walking routes.
At night, if you are a music lover learn to dance bachata or merengue, the Colonial Zone has several international discos, theaters and cafes for the enjoyment of all visitors.
If you are traveling with your family, don’t forget to enjoy a train ride through the Colonial district and visit the book fairs.
Mandatory stops: Columbus Park, Cathedral