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Price and Availability Index in Dominican Republic
Holiday Letting Price Information in the Dominican Republic
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. It is during one week in March (02/03 - 09/03) that you will find the highest prices for the next months. Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in one week of June (22/06 - 29/06).
Holiday Home Availability Information in the Dominican Republic
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in the Dominican Republic (in %). The week with the lowest percentage of available properties is in February (23/02 - 02/03). It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in one week in May (25/05 - 01/06), when 90 of the rentals are still available.
Experience the real Caribbean with a Dominican Republic holiday home
Welcome to the incredible Caribbean nation of the Dominican Republic. Situated on the island of Hispaniola, along with Haiti to the west, this country is a treat for travellers. With diverse scenery, from stunning beaches, and thriving metropolises, to rainforests, the Dominican Republic has it all. Book a holiday letting in the Dominican Republic and find out what this pearl of the Caribbean has to offer.
Journey into the Dominican
The Dominican Republic is easily accessible by air through the country’s multiple international airports. Most people will arrive at the Punta Cana Airport to the east of the island, or Las Americas Airport, which is located in Boca Chica. Cibao Airport can also be accessed internationally, which is located near the city of Santiago De Los Caballeros in the north. Once you have arrived at the airport, there are multiple options for transportation available to reach your holiday letting in the Dominican Republic easily. Larger public buses, the minivan-type Guaguas, and taxis are all available at the airport, so you can choose which level of comfort and convenience you want.
You also have the option of renting a car at the airport, which will allow you more flexabilty to reach your holiday home in the Dominican Republic and explore this amazing country. Keep in mind that from Punta Cana, Highway 3 will lead you directly into Santo Domingo.
The Dominican’s cuisine
Indulge in the Dominican Republic’s famed cuisine and experience delicious dishes made up of fresh and local vegetables, meats, and fish. Try foods like the classic La Bandera, a rice, bean and meat dish which is among the most loved meals in the country. With many of the Dominican’s dishes comes the customary Tostones, a fried patty made of plantains.
The region’s foods are served in numerous restaurants and cafés throughout the cities and towns of the Dominican, so if you are looking for something that is classic Caribbean, the Dominican Republic is the place to be. Visit restaurants like El Conuco, a true hub of Dominican food and a fantastic cultural experience to be had in the country’s capital, Santo Domingo. You will also be able to pick up lots of fresh fruit and fish from local markets to enjoy in the privacy of your holiday letting in the Dominican Republic.
The Dominican and its sights
Visit this exciting country and experience it like a local when you book a Dominican Republic holiday home anywhere on the island. If you decide to stay within Santo Domingo, the capital city, you can find locations like the famed Basilica Cathedral of Santa María la Menor. This impressive structure was built in the early 16th century making it the oldest cathedral in the Americas. Check out the National Palace, an immense neoclassical government building situated in the capital. There are also a number of monuments located here, including the enormous Columbus Lighthouse, a tribute to the explorer Christopher Columbus, which is located in central Santo Domingo.
If you book a Dominican Republic holiday home on the eastern end of Hispaniola, you can discover the unique village of Altos de Chavón, a re-creation of a Mediterranean town located atop a beautiful mountain with the Chavón River flowing below. Here you can see a number of amazing buildings including a large amphitheatre, all in a southern European style. Of course, the island is also known for its incredible beaches, so book a holiday letting in the Dominican Republic near Punta Cana, Bayahibe or anywhere along the coast for the ultimate private tropical getaway.
The Dominican’s art and culture
The Dominican Republic offers a fantastic art and culture scene. Explore art galleries, including the Haitian & Dominican Art Gallery in Santo Domingo, which displays a range of historical and contemporary works by both Haitian and Dominican artists. Head to the beautiful Art Gallery in Altos de Chavón, the Mediterranean-style village west of Punta Cana. Here you can see an array of Dominican and international works in a large variety of mediums including paint, photography, and sculpture. Visit the country’s best museums, including the renowned Museum of the Royal Houses, a building dating back to the 16th century which houses a range of amazing historical artifacts.
If you are looking to have a classy night out at the theatre, the Dominican offers fantastic performance art venues. This includes the Teatro Nacional, which is located in the capital and houses stage performances from plays to concerts.
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