Church of Santo Domingo
This church two blocks northwest of Parque Calderón sports some fine carved wooden doors and colonial paintings inside. Although it...
Simón Bolívar Spanish School
Offers homestays, excursions, plus free salsa and cooking lessons when you sign up to a course.
Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción
Also known as the ‘new cathedral,’ construction began on this vast cathedral only in 1885. Its giant domes of sky-blue Czech tile are...
A bar on each of the two floors of Café Eucalyptus serves drinks to lively salsa and Cuban rhythms most evenings.
New York Pizza
Pop in here for thin-crust pizza starting at $1.10 a slice.
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Café Eucalyptus information
The irreverent Eucalyptus menu proudly declares that it doesn’t serve ‘customs officials, crazy bus drivers, or airline executives.’ For the rest of us, dozens of Asian, seafood and other reliably delicious international dishes are served at tables near roaring fireplaces, and an extensive variety of wines and beers flows from the gorgeous bar. Thankfully, it still serves guidebook writers.