Explore Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial & Hidden Gems City Tour
Step back in time and explore the charming and rich history of Santo Domingo's Zona Colonial. From the Alcazar de Colón, to the Panteón Nacional, our expert guide will take you on a journey through the most iconic sites. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the 15th century while taking stunning photographs and gaining insight into the fascinating culture. This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Guaranteed departures - Offered in: English, Spanish, French and Italian - Small group
- Pick-up in private transport to the airport, hotel or Airbnb
- Water bottles in the vehicle (Room temperature)
- Included entry to the Natural Park the Three Eyes Transport tour through Santo Domingo (Faro to Colón and National Palace)
- Included entry to the Alcázar de Colón, National Pantheon, Fortaleza Ozama, among others.
- Zona Colonial Bilingual guide
Parque Los Tres Ojos
Three Eye Park: This is a natural park that features three interconnected caves and crystal clear water. Visitors can explore the caves and take a swim in the natural pools.
Faro a Colón
This is a monument that serves as a lighthouse and a memorial to Christopher Columbus. Visitors can admire the monument from the outside and take pictures.
Alcazar de Colón
This is a palace that was built in the 15th century and served as the residence of the Governor and his family. Visitors can see the palace's architecture and learn about the history of the place.
Museo de las Casas Reales
This is a museum that was built in the 16th century and served as the government's offices. Visitors can see the architecture and learn about the history of the place.
Domincan Rum Museum
This is a museum that is dedicated to the history and production of rum in the Dominican Republic. Visitors can learn about the history of rum production and taste different types of rum.
Visitors will be able to learn about the history and production of tobacco in the Dominican Republic and see how cigars are made. They will have the opportunity to witness firsthand the process of hand-rolling cigars by skilled artisans. They will also be able to learn about the different types of tobacco leaves used in the production of cigars and the differences between the various brands. Visitors will also have the option to purchase cigars at the factory's shop.
Cathedral Santa Maria la Menor
This is a church that was built in the 16th century and is an important architectural and historical landmark. Visitors will be able to admire the Gothic architecture of the church, including its beautiful stained-glass windows, ornate altar and impressive bell tower. They will also learn about the history of the church, including its role as a religious center during colonial times and its significance to the people of Santo Domingo
This is a mausoleum where the remains of some of the most important figures of the Dominican Republic are buried. Visitors will be able to pay their respects and learn about the history of the people buried there. They will also be