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The capital city of the Dominican Republic is the oldest European settlement in the Americas. In 1492, Christopher Columbus landed on the north coast of Hispaniola during his first voyage across the Atlantic in search of a new route to India for the trade of spices. Santo Domingo hosted the first colonial rule of the Spanish Crown in the New World.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site hosts the first cathedral, the first municipal building and the first university in the New World. Cathedral of Santa María la Menor was built between 1512 and 1540. In front of it, in Parque Colon, there is a grand bronze statue of Columbus. Visit Dr. Rafael M. Moscoso National Botanical Garden to see remarkable range of flora and fauna. Discover the ruins of the first hospital in America and eat a dinner in a restaurant tucked into a natural limestone cave created by waves over billions of years. You can also head to the Museum of Rum and Sugar Cane.
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In Punta Cana you can chill out at 4* Whala Bavaro All Inclusive, set in a beachfront position in famous Punta Cana. This well-rated resort features a restaurant, a rooftop infinity swimming pool, a fitness centre and rooftop bar.
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