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KM 22 Autopista Las Americas next to Las Americas Free Zn, Santo Domingo, DO

  • Phone: (809) 549-2525
  • Fax: (809) 549-2727
4.3 out of 5 (16 reviews)
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»Felipe & Co

This shop located in Santo Domingo's Colonial Zone, right on Parque Colón, is the perfect place to pick up reminders of the Dominican Republic. Felipe & Co sells all kinds of fun, colorful items, souvenirs and gifts. You can browse through handicrafts, jewelry, accessories, artwork, ceramics and much more! It's just around the corner from the Cathedral, so it's a convenient stop for anyone in Santo Domingo.

Calle El Conde 105
Santo Domingo,

»Boutique del fumador

La Boutique del Fumador, S.A. (The Smokers Shop, Inc.) is dedicated to rolling and selling fine Cohiba Dominicana cigars, one of the best-known local brands. The factory opened in 1990 and shares the premises with the shop which has a packing room and a humidor to store the rolled cigars. Multilingual clerks will wait on you, invite you to watch cigar rolling demonstrations and let you sample the cigars for free.

109 Calle El Conde
Santo Domingo,

»Almacenes El Conde

El Conde was one of the first stores established in the colonial city. After four decades in business, it has an earned reputation for quality clothing and home merchandise, including men's, women's, and children's clothes, as well as home furnishings. In the last few years, the management has adapted to the beat of modern shopping and the store now offers the client a better and more complete service.

Calle El Conde 363
Santo Domingo,

»El Mercado Modelo

Situated at an important commercial hub, this market shows off the more popular aspects of the culture. Well-known for its color and for the charismatic salesmanship of its vendors, the market offers a wide variety of goods including flowers and home-decorating items. While not exactly fancy, these products are considered to be truly Dominican. You will also find articles to help you remember your stay in this small corner of paradise. All kinds of lotions and perfumes, amulets, prayers, stamps, and pictures of saints promising love are available. Prices are excellent.

Avenida Mella No. 505
Santo Domingo,

»Plaza Lama

This department store was among the first in Santo Domingo and has now opened stores in Herrera and the city of Santiago de los Caballeros, too. Shoppers can find almost anything here, including furniture, hardware, kitchen and bathroom supplies, crystal, toys, hardware, and home appliances. For a break from shopping, the store offers first class restaurant and cafeteria service. Attractive and convenient finance plans are available for store purchases.

Avenida Duarte 78
Santo Domingo,

»Plaza Naco

Founded in 1976, Plaza Naco was the first shopping center in the Dominican Republic, and it remains popular thanks to its central location and its more than 50 stores, which include shoe stores, clothing stores, jewelers, a bookstore and a pharmacy, among others. On the second floor there is a small but attractive food court with fast food places, typical Dominican food at Restaurante Melí Meló, a delightful cafe called Caffetté and an ice cream parlor. The Hotel Plaza Naco is also located in the shopping center.

Avenue Tiradentes 22
Santo Domingo,

»Unicentro Plaza

One of the first and most complete modern shopping centers in the city, Unicentro Plaza includes several chain stores, especially those offering clothes for the young, some shoe stores, a pharmacy, a bookstore and various jewelry stores, among others. The food court houses a pizzeria from an international chain and a café, Canta Bar, offering karaoke as well as two ice creams parlors.

Avenida 27 De Febrero Esquire Abraham Lincoln
Santo Domingo,

»Plaza Bolera

The main attraction of this shopping center is the bowling alley, the only one in the city, which is frequented by bowling lovers, young and old. You can also find exclusive shops selling clothing for men, women and children. As for food choices, there are ice cream shops and places to buy snacks and cool drinks to counteract the tropical climate of Santo Domingo. There is no doubt that this is one of the most attractive shopping malls in the country.

Avenida Abraham Lincoln esquina Roberto Pastoriza
Santo Domingo,


Naútica is one of the best known international brands of casual clothing and sportswear. Their products are considered to be of the highest quality. The store has departments for women, men and children and in all of them brightly-colored, modern clothing is sold. In Naútica the whole family can find the perfect wardrobe for vacation, sports, or casual wear.

Avenida Abrahan Lincoln esquina Roberto Pastoriza
Santo Domingo,

»Plaza Central

Along with the name of the place, the facade of this modern building also bears a golden apple done in relief. The four storey building is laid out in the shape of a cross and each wing of the first floor has its own entrance. On the first two floors, you'll find a wide variety of businesses including bookstores, jewelry stores, boutiques, housewares stores and banks. The third floor has food vendors and ice cream shops, several movie theaters and one arcade. The fourth level is a parking garage.

Avenida Winston Churchill
Santo Domingo,

»Plaza Andalucía

Catering to clients with refined tastes, this shopping center offers a few hours of relaxation from business and daily stress. One of the most famous art galleries in the country, Nader, is located in the plaza as well as exclusive shops, home merchandise stores, international chains and the finest jewelry boutiques, all guaranteed to please.

Calle Gustavo Mejía Ricart esquina Winston Churchill
Santo Domingo,

»Plaza Cataluña

This mall belongs to a group of exclusive shopping centers built with Spanish style architecture and each named for a region of Spain. Among the businesses located here is a medical laboratory, an electronics store, a bank with ATM machines and shops selling men's, women's and children's clothing and accessories. A real treat is the bakery where they serve wonderful bocadillos (sandwiches served on French-style bread). Other shops include Pininos, Posthumous Café, Bankagil and others. The shopping center is pleasing to the eye, with its brick-colored roof tiles and other Spanish-style ornamentation.

Avenida Gustavo Mejía Ricart No. 114
Santo Domingo,
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