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“ZONA BICI offers the best way to enjoy the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo. The first bike rental shop in the old town and that has the largest fleet of rental bikes in the city. They Have Designed an experience for all ages and cyclists of all levels. You can rent a bike and go on your own or schedule a guided tour to get the most of your ride, we also offer maintenance services if you have your own bike as well as bar area.”
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Book Store
“A highlight experience if you are looking for a little bit of everything in one place. Mamey library offers an art gallery, a bookstore with incredible Dominican-related books, a theatre in the back which is a collaboration with several Dominican artists, and a cafe where you can order drinks and snacks. Cultural events (concerts and meetings) will also take place here, you can be on the lookout via Instagram.”
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신발 판매점
“Enjoy tapas and drinks and also have the convenience to shop for custom made espadrilles.”
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음식
“Delicious way to enjoy a walk around Colonial Zone. These Ice Creams are Exquisite and unique flavors.”
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Theme Park
“Beautifully located in an old Spanish mansion in the Colonial Zone offers both atmosphere and great Mediterranean food! ”
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음식
“A chocolate museum to learn a lot about the Cacao, to taste organic products home-made with the cacao beans of Dominican Republic !The entrance is free, you will discover how to make chocolate products ...”
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시장
“The Nacional has a good selection of fruits, breads, veggies, meats, fish etc. If your load is too heavy ask a "empacador" to walk you home. Pay him 100 pesos or something more if you like.”
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쇼핑몰

쇼핑몰
“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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쇼핑몰
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백화점
“Sirena is Walmart in Dominican Republic. You will find everything you need here. ”
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시장

시장
“This market has so much that can be a little overwhelming but totally worth checking out, if you are looking for locally made gifts, you are bound to find something in this indoor/outdoor market. Anything from woodcarving, art, jewelry, clothing, to paper carnival mask. ”
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시장
“The Nacional has a good selection of fruits, breads, veggies, meats, fish etc. If your load is too heavy ask a "empacador" to walk you home. Pay him 100 pesos or something more if you like.”
  • 현지인 10명이 추천하는 곳
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