Museo de la Familia Dominicana
This museum is located in the Casa de Tostado – the beautifully restored 16th-century home of writer Francisco Tostado. The museum is...
Convento de la Orden de los Predicadores
Built in 1510 by Charles V, this is the first convent of the Dominican order founded in the Americas. It also is where Father Bartolomé...
Catedral Primada de América
The first stone of this cathedral, the oldest in operation in the western hemisphere, was set in 1514 by Diego Columbus, son of the...
Good-looking 20-somethings grind away to loud pop and Latin music on weekend nights. Otherwise, groups can lounge around one of the...
Dajao & Mimosa Restaurant & Bar
These two restaurants – Dajao, a sleek, modern side resembling a European cafe, and Mimosa, a fan-cooled side much like an ordinary...
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La Bricola information
From the candlelit open-air patio to the soft melodic piano, La Bricola embodies romance – a meal here is the perfect place to pop the question. Set in a restored colonial-era palace, the ambience can’t help but trump the food, which is international- and Italian-inspired mains, including fresh fish specials. Despite the almost regal, fairytale setting, service is more welcoming than stuffy.