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Kellmy
Kellmy
August 25, 2019
Built in 1942, Santo Domingo’s largest market is also one of the city’s first tourist venues. Standing tall on Avenida Mella, a commercial hub on the northern edge of the Colonial City, this indoor and outdoor shopping bazaar adds even more color and culture to the historic district. Up a series of…
Ana
Ana
November 13, 2018
Fruits and vegetables in the street in the back. My favorite spot to buy from locals!
Paola
Paola
August 25, 2015
A true local market full of mamajuana(drink), ambar, larimar (stones), national products, coffee, sweets and souvenirs. Best prices but always offer 50% off asking price.
Pablo
Pablo
October 28, 2018
Mercado de cientos de puestos de artesanía local
Patricia
Patricia
August 3, 2018
Este mercado, situado en el corazón de un barrio cosmopolita, ofrece una impresionante concentración de todo tipo de artesanía dominicana: encontramos muchos cuadros caribeños (dominicanos y haitianos), pequeños objetos criollos, ron y puros o joyas de piedras de ámbar o de larimar.

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“ver more than two decades of existence, La Briciola of Santo Domingo has become the most venerated home for culture when it comes to celebrate a social or private event. Nights of love, parties Après le théâtre, fashion shows, unforgettable weddings, splendid concert, exciting fiestas characterized by the most highly admired international and Santo Domingo celebrities, too many to count, have been held and are still being held in this fascinating place. ​ Its party rooms and exclusive galleries surrounded by a romantic patio and exotic garden, its unexcelled elegant ambience with live music, classic service and Mediterranean cuisine like the highest quality in the restaurant La Briciola of Milan, transmutes each visit to La Briciola de Santo Domingo restaurant into an ...unforgettable moment…”
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Park
“La Caleta Underwater National Park, one of the first in the region, is a popular dive site located close to Santo Domingo. It’s known for its multiple shipwrecks, but also for its abundant marine life ready to be explored by all levels of divers, from beginner to advanced. Depths go from six meters (20 feet) to 180 meters (591 feet), over an area stretching 10 km² (four square miles) from Las Golondrinas Cave to Punta Caucedo. La Caleta’s irregular topography includes three defined terraces, underwater caves, and well-known shipwrecks. A variety of corals and schools of colorful critters thrive here, using the reefs as shelter and food source, including grouper, balloon fish, rays, lionfish, octopuses, and turtles. Among the more popular shipwrecks is the Hickory, a 1984 ship located at about 18 meters (60 feet) deep, submerged in 1984 by a group of submarine researchers to create an artificial reef for the proliferation of marine life. Additional wrecks include El Limón and Capitán Alsina, located about 30 meters (100 feet) deep, and the Don Quico at about 58 meters (190 feet) of depth. Nearby, an impressive system of karst rocks creates a meandering network of underwater caverns and tunnels over 100 meters (328 feet) long—an ideal place for technical diving.”
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Környék
“One of only two Chinatowns in the Caribbean, completed in 2008, Santo Domingo’s Barrio Chino is located directly north of the Colonial City. Signature Chinese gates mark the start and end of the neighborhood, running principally along Avenida Duarte, and stretching across Mexico, Mella, and Benito González avenues. Sculptures of key Chinese figures dot the streets, from a monk to life-size lions. The city’s most authentic Chinese restaurants are found here, as well as multiple Chinese grocery stores, a street vegetable market every Sunday, and other local shops selling clothing to housewares. The neighborhood’s unique Chinese-Caribbean pulse is worth experiencing.”
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Bevásárlóközpont
“One of only two Chinatowns in the Caribbean, completed in 2008, Santo Domingo’s Barrio Chino is located directly north of the Colonial City. Signature Chinese gates mark the start and end of the neighborhood, running principally along Avenida Duarte, and stretching across Mexico, Mella, and Benito González avenues. Sculptures of key Chinese figures dot the streets, from a monk to life-size lions. The city’s most authentic Chinese restaurants are found here, as well as multiple Chinese grocery stores, a street vegetable market every Sunday, and other local shops selling clothing to housewares. The neighborhood’s unique Chinese-Caribbean pulse is worth experiencing.”
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Hely
Santo Domingo de Guzman, National District
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