Get to know the first European city in America. Here was the first Cathedral built, the first Bishop sanctified, resided the first Governor and the first hospital opened. The lively city with its three million people has a lot of cultural attributes of interest, in particular architectural sites, like nowhere else offered in the Hispaniola. You start at the historic colonial city, from UNESCO recognized World Heritage Site. During the stroll you will visit the Palace of Diego Columbus, the historic museum “Casas Reales”, the Palace of the 1st Governor, the Cathedral (closed on Sundays), and the “Colon Park”. You’ll walk through the “Calle de las Damas” (the Lady’s street) and down the pedestrian “El Conde” where you’ll see many shops, street vendors, bars and restaurants.