Discover the main historical heritage of the Dominican Republic: its architecture

The Dominican Republic is home to real treasures of colonial architecture: discover its oldest buildings and traditional character.

In Punta Cana it is almost impossible to drag your gaze away from the sea, but if you look inland you can discover an essential part of the historical heritage of the Dominican Republic, its architecture. Without straying too far from the beach, you can marvel at some of the most typical gems of the country’s traditional architecture. In this way, you can enjoy the best of both worlds on the same vacation in the Dominican Republic: endless beaches of white sand and turquoise sea, and charming multi-colored towns that retain their quaintness, innocence and colonial character.

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