Puerto Plata City Tour & Cable Car

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Experience the highlights of Puerto Plata's cityscape and its landmarks. Tour the Rum Factory, admire the local architecture, and take a smooth cable car ride up Mount Isabel de Torres, which offers sweeping views from top the city and the majestic statue, Christ the Redeemer.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Puerto Plata

The city of puertoplata is located in a vast scenic area to explore and enjoy the Dominican culture in the best way; by cable car and by seeing the places up close through strolling around downtown and some select landmarks inside the city.This half day tour, by bus and by foot, will take you around this vibrant and colorful colonial city.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Mount Isabel de Torres

We visit mount Isabel de Torres, you will be about 793 meters above the green hills of Puerto Plata, surrounded by stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean with its beautiful beaches in distance. Our way that we use to go up is through the cable car which takes 8 minutes from the main Station to the top of the mountain.

Duration: 1 hour 20 minutes

Stop At: Macorix House of Rum

Macorix House of Rum is a historical museum of the Ron Family Macorix was born in 1899 by the Carrión family from the town of San Pedro de Macorís, a place considered by many to be the land of poets, artists and sugar cane.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Victorian Times

The Central Park Independencia is considered one of the most precious symbols of the city of Puerto Plata and has great historical value for Dominicans. It was built by the military and president Gregorio Luperón during the government he led in 1879.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Umbrella Street

Calle de las Sombrillas has become an attraction in the streets of some cities around the world and Puerto Plata is no exception with this beautiful attraction. It is located a few meters from the (Central Park ) Plaza Independencia, you can enjoy the Choco Museum, smoke a cigar, have a drink and other recreational activities that will be created there in the future, are parts of what you can enjoy.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Paseo de Dona Blanca

Paseo de Doña Blanca or El Pasaje de Doña Blanca is a small alley in the center of Puerto Plata painted entirely in pink. This beautiful alley is a tribute to the founder of the first hotel in the city of Puerto Plata, the Europa hotel. Its history dates back to 1898 when Isidoro Rainieri and Bianca Franceschini, natives of Italy, arrived in Puerto Plata and realizing that a hotel was needed to serve travelers, they decided to found the Hospedaje del Comercio, which they later changed the name to Hotel Europe.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Dominican Amber Museum

The Amber Museum, founded in 1982 by the spouses Ada (Didi) Benelli and Aldo Costa, exposes both the history and the samples of the most precious plant fossil on the planet, both from a scientific and aesthetic point of view, amber. The format of this museum is supported by an attractive and didactic content, due to its shape and the ease with which the visitor goes through each of the departments, as well as how the old building and its neoclassical gallery on three sides are adapted to architectural art. that he himself represents.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Fortaleza San Felipe

Fort San Felipe Puerto Plata is a historic, 14th-century Spanish fortress built on a vantage point (called now La Puntilla) overlooking the bay, to protect the city’s seaport against pirate attacks. its construction was commissioned by King Phillip II of Spain in 1564, and completed in 1577. The fort is the only remnant of the 16th century left standing, due to the destruction of most of the old city during the restoration wars.

Duration: 20 minutes
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