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Major cities and airports in Dominican Republic

  1. Santo Domingo – Las Américas International Airport
  2. Punta Cana – Punta Cana International Airport
  3. Santiago de los Caballeros – Cibao International Airport
  4. Puerto Plata – Gregorio Luperón International Airport
  5. La Romana – La Romana International Airport
  6. San Pedro de Macorís – La Romana International Airport
  7. Samaná – Samaná El Catey International Airport
  8. Barahona – María Montez International Airport
  9. Concepción de La Vega – Constanza Airport

Time and Communication

Dominican Republic is in the Atlantic Standard Time zone (AST) and does not observe daylight saving time. Mobile operators include Claro, Altice, and Viva. Cell phone coverage is good in most of the country, especially in urban areas.

Money and shopping

The local currency in Dominican Republic is the Dominican peso (DOP), which exchanges at approximately 57.65 pesos to the US dollar. Some businesses accept payment in US dollars or euros, but it is recommended to use the local currency for most transactions. Payment by bank cards is common, and most major credit cards are accepted. However, it is recommended to carry cash as some smaller businesses do not accept cards. Currency exchange offices are generally open during normal business hours.


Transportation options for travelers in Dominican Republic include taxis, buses, and rental cars. Taxis are a popular and convenient option for getting around cities, while buses are inexpensive and offer service to many areas of the country. Rental cars are available but driving in Dominican Republic can be challenging due to poor road conditions and aggressive drivers.

Touristic attractions

  • Punta Cana Beach – a popular tourist destination known for its clear blue water and white sand beaches.
  • Colonial City of Santo Domingo – a UNESCO World Heritage site and the oldest city in the New World.
  • Catedral Primada de América – the first cathedral in the Americas, located in Santo Domingo.
  • Los Haitises National Park – a protected area with mangroves, caves, and limestone formations.
  • El Limón Waterfall – a 165-foot waterfall located near Samaná.
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