Quality Hotel Real Aeropuerto Santo Domingo
KM 22 Autopista Las Americas
Phone: (809) 549-2525
Fax: (809) 549-2727
This cultural center is part of the global network of AECID Cultural Centers. Founded in 1990, this institution is committed to the cultural development of the region, hosting exhibitions, concerts, plays and children's events.
Located in the colonial zone, Hard Rock Cafe faces the famous Catedral Primada de América. Another landmark to find it is the Columbus' statue that is located right across from the cafe. Boasting of one of the best locales and stylish interiors, the cafe lives up to its international fame. A spacious place with plush interiors, it also serves some really delectable American varieties and beverages. A shop where Rock Memorabilia can be bought is also open throughout the cafe hours. All in all, it's a true experience of 'rocking senses' as the cafe promises.
This nonprofit intitution was founded in 1974 by a group of younger actors. Little by little was transforming on an icon of a local Culture. Account among other things with a small store, two exhibition halls, and one café bar.
This is a nice place to hang out with friends while enjoying the greatest concerts. It has a capacity for 160 people, and it is also an ideal place for a drink.
The Sports Palace has built in 1974 for the XII Central American and Caribbean Games. There is capacity 9,800 spectators. Also named "La Media Naranja" (The Half Orange) by its outward form and color.
Built in 1956, the Palacio de Bellas Artes is 13,000 square meters (139,931 square feet) devoted to performing arts. Among the venues housed in this complex are the National School of Dance, the National Folk Ballet, and the National Theater. See their website for a list of upcoming events.
Each year, international editors, renowned literary personalities, and the public converge on the Plaza del Conservatorio. Although the Book Fair has been celebrated since 1973, it did not become an international event until 1998. Currently, it is one of the major events of its kind in the Caribbean. Events take place on The Plaza del Conservatorio's extensive and pleasant green lawn. Besides the book exhibition and sale, diverse cultural events take place, including theatrical, dance and folkloric presentations.
This pair of auditoriums, built in 1973, features the Sala Principal, the larger of the two, which has a capacity of 1,600 persons, and the smaller auditorium, Sala Ravelo, which holds up to 175 persons. Sala Ravelo is mainly used for conferences and small speeches, but the larger auditorium features Santo Domingo's top dance, music, and dramatic performers. The high fidelity acoustics make any performance a thrilling event.
The Estadio Olimpico Felix Sanchez was opened to host the XII Central American and Caribbean Games in 1974. Since then, it has hosted the Pan-American Games and the Festival President of Latin Music. The stadium has a capacity ranging from 27,000 to 35,000 people.
Opened in 1996, this modern bowling alley with its total of 48 lanes distributed along two floors, is located in the Plaza Bolera Shopping Center. It is considered to be one of the most complete in the world; it hosts several international bowling competitions every year. There is also a billiard room, a cafeteria, arcade machines and children´s area on the premises, making the place ideal for a family outing.
This stadium has a maximum capacity of 16,500 and is home to two teams, "Tigres del Licey" and "Leones del Escogido." It is also frequently used for large events and concerts.
Teatro Nacional Eduardo Brito opened in August of 1973. It is a multi-purpose theater with 3 rooms for different functions.