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Chu Chu Colonial, Santo Domingo
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Hop on Chu Chu Colonial and embark on a journey through the 500 years of history of a Santo Domingo World Heritage Site and the first place Christopher Columbus set foot in 1492. During a 35-minute narrated tour aboard this train, you'll learn about the 16th-century buildings, colonial churches, and cobblestone streets built along the Ozama River which tell the stories of Spanish influence, the history of independence, and common people who once lived there. Do not miss the bronze statue of Christopher Columbus in the central square nor the 16th-century church there. Local shops and restaurants line the European-style pedestrian street Calle El Conde. Audio guides to the different routes are available in five languages: Spanish, English, French, Italian, and Russian. To visit Chu Chu Colonial and get the most from your holiday in Santo Domingo, create itinerary details personal to you using our Santo Domingo itinerary planner.
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es un momento que no tiene edades se disfruta y mucho mas cuando uno va en familia, se lo recomiendoIt is a moment that has no age can enjoy and much more when you go on family, I recommend itshow original
Stoped by to see when the next train was going and got our tickets was $12 US per person. Train office and train location is at Colon Park and it seems that the run two trains alternating. Trains are ... read more »
Excelente opción de recorrer la Zona Colonial con las claras exposiciones de calificados guías turísticos.Excellent choice of touring the Colonial area with clear presentations by qualified tour guides.show original
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