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This part of Dominican Republic is populated by 2,200,000 people.
Boca Chica is definitely the one thing you'll want to check out. This world-class attraction won't disappoint.
If you are planning a holiday for the entire family, outings to Agua Splash Caribe Aquatic Park and the Trampolin Children's Museum are sure to put huge smiles on everyone's faces! If that isn't enough to wear the young ones out, why not visit theater of Fine Arts or Agua Splash Caribe Parque Acuatico as well?
The oceans are brimming with all sorts of aquatic life. At National Aquarium, you have the rare opportunity to examine some of these mysterious animals up close.
Witness the wonder and amazement in your kids' eyes when they meet the amazing animals at the National Zoological Park. The Parque Zoológico Nacional also offers an interactive and educational experience.
Even if you're not the gambling type, it's always a blast to go to a casino. And Dream Casino Be Live Hamaca is certainly no exception. Put a little money on red or just order a cocktail and take in the sparkling atmosphere.
You don't have to be an enthusiastic gardener to vibe off the wonderful botanic exhibits and landscaped gardens at the Jardin Botanico Nacional. Take a stroll along its meandering pathways and see if there are any scheduled talks or tours.
If you're looking to discover a greener side of Santo Domingo, organise a trip to one of its grassy parklands. You can select from Hostos Park, Park of Three Eyes of Water and Parque Mirador Del Sur.
Enjoy some time beside the ocean at Guayacanes Beach and Guibia Beach. Collect seashells, frolic on the shore or simply find a good spot and take in the glorious view.
If you're after a moment out and a bit of clean air, organise a trip to Three Eyes Park or Monumento Natural Dunas de las Calderas. Want to have a few options on hand? Los Tres Ojos is also well worth a visit.
An integral area of marine conservation, La Caleta Park is a hotspot of underwater life.
Whether you want to build your knowledge or just take a break in the calm setting, the Amber Museum and the Museo Mundo del Ambar / Amber World Museum ought to fit the bill. Don't forget to ask about special events! If you've got time, also go to the Museo del Ambar and the Museo del Ron y la Caña.
There aren't many things that can captivate you quite like the creations brought to life by the natural world. For a day of adventure and exploration, head to the Larimar Museum or the Museum of the Dominican Man.
If you'd describe yourself as an art connoisseur, don't forget to set time aside for some gallery hopping. The Bellapart Museum is a great place to start. After that, move on to the eclectic collections of the Funtastico and the Modern Art Museum.
Find out about the influence that Santo Domingo's past events and characters had on the nation, and sometimes the world, at the National Museum and the Museum of History and Geography. Also check out eye-opening exhibits which aim to bring history to life at the Museo de la Familia Dominicana and the Museo Mundo de Ambar.
To totally appreciate the history of Santo Domingo, take a few hours to experience Alcazar de Colon and Chu Chu Colonial. If you want more, Museum of the Royal Houses and House of Bastidas are a couple more must-visits.
Roam through many years of history at Fort Ozama and Tower of Homage, two important former defensive complexes. You can also marvel at the powerful, thick walls of Fuerte de Santa Bárbara, which were also witness to many attacks over the years.
If you've ever had the task of redecorating a house, you'll be overwhelmed by the effort that has gone into creating the opulent interior of National Palace.
Whether you're a believer or not, places of prayer like Cathedral of Santo Domingo and Convento de los Dominicos are sure to be among the most serene sights you'll encounter during your travels. Church of Saint Barbara and Santa Maria la Menor Cathedral will also interest travellers looking for some quiet inner-reflection.
They're unlikely to be the first things you put on your must-see list, but the Palace of Fine Arts and Plaza de la Cultura are still well worth a few hours of your time. Two more places to put on your radar are the Santo Domingo Country Club and Plaza de la Bandera.
Locking in your Santo Domingo hotel will be a breeze with lastminute.com.au (there are more than 107 accommodations to choose from). Being the nation's awesome capital, it might be a good idea to secure a room ASAP to make sure you get the best deal in town.
No matter how you like to roll, there's a room for you in Santo Domingo. For accommodation that won't burn a hole in your wallet, book yourself in at either the Casa Naemie (CALLE ISABEL LA CATOLICA #11) or the Hostal La Colonia (Isabel La Catolica No. 110-A). But if luxury is something you can't say no to, the JW Marriott Hotel Santo Domingo or the Billini Hotel will do the trick.
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