Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

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Activities Near Shopping Tour in Santo Domingo + Visit to the Amber Museum and Tobacco Factory

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Immerse yourself into the cultural and colorful lifestyle of Santo Domingo as you enjoy a stroll through the popular markets.

Framed by many shopping venues, the Colonial Zone is the first spot you will visit during this interesting tour in Santo Domingo. In here, you can take a chance to buy beautiful artwork, pieces that tell a story.

Afterwards, you will head to the Amber Museum, the perfect place to learn about the creating process of this amazing fossilized gemstone and where you will admire diverse types of amber in the world, don’t forget to bring your own piece back home with you, as a memory of this experience!

Your next stop is the Tobacco Factory, where you will get to know about the snuff creating process, as well as learn about this major industry in Dominican Republic.

Before ending this tour, you will pay a visit to the colonial market, a popular place in Santo Domingo where you can also buy souvenirs.

Finally, your shopping tour in Santo Domingo ends at the Conde street, where you will appreciate lots of jewelry stores, galleries and much more.

 

Included

  • Round trip transportation from your hotel in Santo Domingo

Not Included

  • Souvenirs
  • Meals and beverages

Important!

  • A minimum booking of 2 people is required
  • This tour is available Tuesday through Saturday
  • Bring cash to buy souvenirs
  • We recommend you to wear comfortable clothes and shoes,
  • Don’t forget your camera!
  • Approximate duration: 4 hours
  • Pick up time has to be confirmed with the provider 48 hours prior your booking date

Activity Time : To be confirmed with the provider once booking is placed
Duration : Approximately 4 hours
Availability : 05/01/2017 12/31/2025
Guests : Book now

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