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Flights to Sto. Domingo

Flights to Sto. Domingo

Santo Domingo is a great city to visit during any season, because the city's ideal tropical weather runs all year long! Santo Domingo is the headquarter of economic activity in Dominican Republic. The city catches the attention of many international firms.
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Flights to Sto. Domingo

Flights to Sto. Domingo

The Zona Colonial of the city has buildings that date to the 1500s, including the cathedral, which was the first build in the New World.
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  • Airport

    Las Americas International Airport
  • Language

    Spanish & Dominican Spanish
  • Currency

    Dominican Peso
  • Average Temperature

    23° C
Flights to Sto. Domingo

Flights to Sto. Domingo

Santo Domingo is a great city to visit during any season, because the city's ideal tropical weather runs all year long! Santo Domingo is the headquarter of economic activity in Dominican Republic. The city catches the attention of many international firms.
Book Your Flight
Flights to Sto. Domingo

Flights to Sto. Domingo

The Zona Colonial of the city has buildings that date to the 1500s, including the cathedral, which was the first build in the New World.
Book Your Flight
  • Airport

    Las Americas International Airport
  • Language

    Spanish & Dominican Spanish
  • Currency

    Dominican Peso
  • Average Temperature

    23° C

Sto. Domingo

Culture:
The Dominican Republic is a diverse mixture of different influences from around the world. The Dominican people and their customs have origins consisting predominately in a European cultural basis, with both African and native Taíno influences.

Location:
The Dominican Republic is a country located in the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antilles archipelago of the Caribbean region. It occupies the eastern five-eighths of the island, which it shares with the nation of Haiti making Hispaniola one of two Caribbean islands, along with Saint Martin, that are shared by two sovereign states.

Some Local foods:
La Bandera Dominicana (the traditional Dominican lunch meal consisting of white rice, stewed beans, braised chicken or beef and salad, Sancocho (A traditional soup consisting of large pieces of meat, tubers and vegetables), Tostones Mangú (Plantain Mash).

Sancocho

Sancocho

Discovering Santo Domingo:    

Venture to the Parque Los Tres Ojos where an underground cave system formed 3 natural lakes after thousands of years of erosion. The open-air limestone caves are home to a variety of fish, bats and turtles as well as a species of giant fern that grows to heights of 13 feet.

Visit Faro de Colon (Columbus Lighthouse) a monument that was erected in celebration of the 500th anniversary of this famed explorer's discovery of America. Supposedly containing the remains of Christopher Columbus, himself, the lighthouse features beams of light which form a cross when illuminated. The lights are so powerful they can be seen from the nearby island of Puerto Rico.

Dare to explore the largest cavern in the Caribbean, The Fun Cave, with more than 28 kilometers of tunnels and underground passages. Discovering species of flora and fauna endemic to the island.

Parque Los Tres Ojos

Parque Los Tres Ojos