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Puerto Plata : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Water Park
“This interactive aquarium and marina lets visitors swim with dolphins, pet stingrays, and play with sealions. There are even tigers! Aside from dolphins, children and adults can enjoy a multitude of marine experiences, from shows with sea lions and nurse sharks to an exotic bird area, and snorkeling in an artificial coral reef aquarium. ”
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Cable Car
“Teleférico–the only complete cable car ride you’ll find in the whole Caribbean region, operating continuously since 1975. A breathtaking 10-minute ride takes you soaring in one of two cable cars 800 meters (2,625 feet) above Puerto Plata’s magical landscape–from the sea on your north to the lush, verdant plains that eventually lead you to the other end of the cable, at Mount Isabel de Torres”
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Sublocality Level 1
“AMAZING VIEWS from the top after going on the first "teleferico" in the Caribbean! 10 minutes from our house”
9 habitants locaux recommandent
Grand magasin
“There you find from souvenirs, stuff for home, to almost every type of food. There are banks, Western Union, Jewelry, Domino's Pizza, and a big cafeteria.”
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Centre commercial
“Offers some touristy shopping and a small movie theatre. Best for a rainy day!”
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History Museum
“Dominican amber is among the best in the world and the Museo del Ambar exhibits stunning fossils of insects, leaves, lizards, and even birds preserved within its effervescent grip! Some of the DR’s stunning amber stones are displayed here. View closeups of stones containing a near 43-centimeter (17-inch) lizard, a scorpion, a centipede, wasp’s nests, and two beetles mating, all of which date back to 15 to 20 million years ”
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General Travel
“Built in 1564 to defend against pirates, San Felipe is one of the oldest European forts in the Americas. One of the most important colonial military structures in the Caribbean turned museum, built by Spaniards in the 16th century to defend the DR’s north coast from pirates. Touring the fort reveals the original canons facing the Atlantic, ancient weapons, and numerous hidden chambers. ”
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Natural Feature
“Dine on fresh seafood right on the beach! Open air, feet in the sand, the way seafood should be!”
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Restaurant
“They have 2 restaurants, one in the city of Puerto Plata and the other just next to the residence at the Playa Dorada Mall. They serve Italian food and they also have delivery to your room.”
9 habitants locaux recommandent
Boulangerie
“Good variety, some typical food and breakfast, good pizza and very good desserts.”
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Scenic Lookout
“The famous Malecon that runs along the ocean in Puerto Plata. Walk the entire length (it's LONG!!!) or pop in one of the many "casitas" along the way for a drink and/or food. We recommend Big Lee's! He's a great guy!”
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Parc
“A centrally located park in downtown Puerto Plata, beside a historic cathedral, where many tourists and locals gather. They occasionally offer live music and events in the park!”
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Restaurant
“Amazing food prepared by Austrian chef. Beautiful, quiet atmosphere. Friendly staff!”
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Golf Course
“There is a public beach but feel free to research the resorts in the area. Playa Dorada is known for having soft waves.”
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Restaurant
“Enjoy a quaint atmosphere while savoring the brick oven pizzas. This Italian restaurant also offers a wide variety of pastas and meat dishes done on the grill.”
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