- Excursion to Altos de Chavon;
- Trip to Isla Saona;
- Tour to Marinarium;
- Visit to the Fun Fun Cave.
The Spanish school in Santo Domingo is a typical Caribbean-styled building. It is surrounded by small, private gardens with beautiful terraces.
Located in the University area, the school is slightly in front of UASD (University Autonoma de Santo Domingo), and only 10 minutes by bus from old Santo Domingo, where you will find theatres, cinemas, museums, and much more.
Santo Domingo is located along the Caribbean Sea. Because of its unique location, Santo Domingo boasts an impressive harbour for commercial and tourist purposes.
Santo Domingo is known for being the most dominant city in the Dominican Republic with its defensive fort, hospitals, universities, and other cultural features. The city’s cobblestoned streets and colourful houses evoke a romantic feel from ancient times.
Old Santo Domingo has plenty of sites to visit once and again. Colon Park is quite pleasant, surrounded by majestic colonial and Victorian buildings, and the Cathedral, the oldest in the American Continent. Take a stroll through Calle de las Damas, a cobblestoned street and oldest road of the city. Plaza España is a spacious square with many Casas Reales (Royal Houses) and a stunning museum. The Malecon is the capital’s oceanfront sidewalk lined with restaurants, pubs, nightclubs, skyscrapers, and all kind of buildings for your fun and entertainment.
The capital has an international airport. In Santo Domingo the most expensive option, but the fastest, are the taxis. There are private companies available 24/7. The price is the same for any distance within the city, 100 Dominican pesos. The cheapest option is the public transport, known as "carros públicos". Buses and "moto-conchos" are very unexpensive ways to move around Santo Domingo.