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Best ways to commute in Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic’s capital city is a pulsating, lively and multi-ethnic city which has some really distinctive neighborhoods and pleasing ambiances. If this is where you have booked your cheap plane fares for, then here’s a rundown n the most important travel tips!

When to Go
The best thing about Santo Domingo is its weather. The climate here is a typical tropical one and you can enjoy almost every season here as usually the temperature averages from 23°C to 31.7°C. By and large, the months of January and February are the coldest months, and August tends to remain as the hottest month of the year.

If you are thinking of booking your cheap tickets to Santo Domingo for anytime during June to November, then be prepared for the hurricanes. Though there is no cause for worry, as the island is well-prepared with its early warning system.

One of the best times to book your flights to Santo Domingo is the winter season. But since a lot of people prefer this time, you can find yourself in a sea of holiday-goers. Those of you who are looking for a low season, when there is smaller number of vacationers as well as reduced rates, then you will have to book ticket airline for the period starting from September and ending in November. Avoid August as it gets really hot and humid here during that time.

Getting Around Santo Domingo
Moving around in Santo Domingo can prove to be something of a challenge for a first time visitor. The city isn’t easy to negotiate with its wrong signage and lack of proper addresses. However, most places of interest as well as restaurants can be found at a close range to each other in the Distrito Nacional, so you won’t really have to travel around much.

Walking along the major streets in Santo Domingo can prove to be quite challenging. The major reason for this being lack of respect for pedestrians by a huge percent of drivers. Hence if you have to be on foot, be extra cautious while crossing streets. The best areas to walk at are colonial Zone and Malecon.

If you are looking for hiring the services of taxi, then try not to, as firstly there are very few taxis there, so they are tough to find, and secondly even if you do, they charge an exorbitant rate. You can think about renting a car here, as it is easily available.

Besides this, there are various other modes of local transport available to you, though you are not exactly spoiled for choice. The bus services in the capital city have not really proved to be too user-friendly, and though easy on the pocket, they are too complicated for a tourist. You can consider opting for carro publico or collective taxis but though they are very inexpensive, there isn’t much that can be said for the comfort level they provide!

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