Loved our visit to Altos de Chavon. The views and its history was spectacular. We enjoyed walking through the ruins and visiting the shops. We ate at La Piazzeta which had wonderful food and great live music.
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Me and my family went on an excursion to Catalina Island and on the return boat trip from the island we encountered rough seas. I became completely wet from the splashing waves and totally sea sick. When we finally arrived at La Romana, I was...More
We rented a villa in Casa de Campo and took an evening to walk around this area. Really beautiful. Our kids (2 and 5) really enjoyed the amphitheater--climbing on the stage etc. I wouldn't spend any money to get here if not staying here, but...More
This place is very charming with amazing architecture. If you are going to go to Altos de Chvon, I personally recommend a tour guide so someone can explain the significance of what you are experiencing/seeing. Just walking through and not understanding what you're seeing does...More
If you come from Europe or have visited Europe, you will probably find this replica of a 16-century village funny but boring. Certainly overpriced ($25 entrance fee). We didn't understand why this village was constructed in the Dominican Republic since it doesn't have any historical...More
Just walking around this place is magical. It's architecture really has a special charm. It has a very pretty church where they do Saturday and Sunday masses, several restaurants and museums.
We stopped here while on a tour of La Romana while cruising. The reviews of this place are positive for a reason, it really is amazing. It has a great back story and is such a well constructed place. This was the highlight of our...More