|Monday||Open 24 hours|
|Tuesday||Open 24 hours|
|Wednesday||Open 24 hours|
|Thursday||Open 24 hours|
|Friday||Open 24 hours|
|Saturday||Open 24 hours|
|Sunday||Open 24 hours|
Beautiful park with local vendors and musicians filling the air with culture and arts. Great historical area. Highly recommend parking and walking to get the full experience as you will not be able to access by vehicle. Great 24 hour restaurant on the corner at the hotel with a fast of Dominican food. The church at the square is the oldest in the Caribbean and has been visited by Pope John Paul II.
Great park in the old part of the city. Very nice in the evenings and a great place to relax and watch local artists. Best of am there are many restaurants all around! Must go and see at night!
It's a nice public plaza where I like to go and hang in a nice evening. Best place to do some reading and take your affordable coffee from a vending machine in the Nacional Supermarket nearby and any thing else to bite.
Awesome place to learn about history from early 1492. It has many places to eat with outside seating where you can enjoy people watching, the historical building, and the beautiful sunny Caribbean day.
It's pretty beautiful and all, but there isn't too many things that an underage can do there, perhaps visit de chocolate museum? And Pizza? And that's it.
Beautiful historic park next to one of the most historic cathedrals in the Americas. ideal place to take a break after a day of visits to multiple historical places in the area. Do not miss the opportunity to visit stores in search of souvenirs. Capture in photography the beautiful colonial atmosphere and do not forget to enjoy a beautiful touristic train ride.
Just amazing! Visiting this place, its like traveling in the machine time over 500 years back. The 1st european colonial city in the new world. Every body that visit Dominican Republic should visit Santo Domingo, specially the colonial zone. Bravo!
Beautiful main tourist attraction situated in the middle of La Zona. You can ride the choo choo train around the area, take a walking tour, or ride bikes (rental shop is close) usually people are playing dominoes, feeding the birds, or relaxing. Very safe place during the day.. not so much at night so be careful if it's late. One of my favorite places to people watch.
This is a pretty good landmark. I didn't go inside but on the outside you can find locals playing music, playing dominoes/chess, places to eat and a feeding hub for pigeons. It's actuall kinda cool. Go visit
Historical site. Lots of local flavor. Good food. Beautiful people. Rum and cigars.
Take a taxi, there and back. Lots of thieves. The restaurants are a nice place to sit but watch your belongings. Be aware at all times. A great walk of the old buildings but I cannot stress enough....be diligent of you and your belongings. The people around you are watching and waiting for you to be a tourist and you will be robbed. Stay in the main area, dont explore outside the main boardwalk. Just one block outside the main area you will be robbed. Take a taxi, even if it's only a few minutes walk to your hotel. You will have a group of 10 to 15 prostitutes and kids, approach you, they fluster you, then they steal your phone, wallet, camera...and then they run.
This public square offers a laid-back atmosphere with Jazz players, painters, and folkloric merengue groups occasionally accompanied by dancers. Local families can be seen as they relax after a hard day's work. There are plenty of restaurants and historic sites along the perimeter of the square. A must visit if you are staying in Zona Colonial.
Excellent open are to spend time with family and friends, many restaurants are near by, also is in the colonial zone which mean museums, historical places, besides the fact that this park has the first cathedral of America. And usually there's some activities going on here.
A historic area which is safe to wall around 24/7. Great spot for taking photographs...