Travel on a comfortable bus for a memorable expedition. Learn about the Dominican Republic by immersing yourself in the country’s beliefs and customs. Visit Altos de Chavon, an artisan village, an architectural marvel, an accurate replica of a sixteenth century Mediterranean village erected on a Caribbean island. You will enjoy spectacular views upon the Chavon river.
The Regional Archeological Museum is a marvelous educational and cultural experience. The museum is enriched with pre-Columbian artifacts illustrating the island’s past. An invaluable anthology of Taino relics; theSamuel Pión collection is comprised of 30,000 antique pieces unfolding before your eyes.
A permanent exhibit of archeological objects entwined with a system of interpretative panels, depicting a true-to-life ethnographic representation of a primordial civilization.
Its collection has been put on exhibit in New York, Paris and Seville, Spain, commemorating the Fifth Centenary of the Discovery of the Americas.
A majestic geodesic dome embodies the Altos de Chavón amphitheater, the largest outdoor venue in theDominican Republic. A colossal architectural gem, a realistic representation of a Roman-era coliseum.
Learn the proper way of rolling a cigar from the hands of master craftsmen. We will tour the installations of the largest cigar factory in the world. Your senses will be seduced by the aged fragrance of tobacco. Don’t miss out on the opportunity of taking stock of its inventory, some of the finest cigar brands. Buy a few boxes to take back home to your friends.
We will visit Jumbo, the largest superstore in the city. Its spacious installations stocks endless products. Take a couple of minutes to scour their isles, and purchase authentic typical souvenirs. Forever cherish this trip.
La Romana’s prodigious medieval Mediterranean architecture is accentuated by a European flamboyance. It safeguards grandiose Victorian-era architectural relics. A present-day metropolis; the high-rise buildings erected today reflect the city’s Mediterranean mysticism.
Minimalist and avant-garde styles abound.
The city’s cultural heritage rests in the area adjacent to its Central Park, preferred recreational place for the local people. Flanked by St. Rose of Lima Church, it’s the ideal starting place to learn the modest beginnings of a town. Conveniently located near many of the popular attractions; a city waits to be discovered.
As our tour comes to an end, we will visit a Caribbean mall. Wander freely down the corridors of Columbus Plaza. You will be swayed by the indisputable artisan handicrafts of locally-made products.