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Vacaciones e información: LA ROMANA

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Aeropuertos cercanos a LA ROMANA a una distancia máxima de 250 Km del centro de LA ROMANA
LRM - La Romana 4.92 Km del centro de LA ROMANA - Aeropuerto internacional
PUJ - Punta Cana 64.06 Km del centro de LA ROMANA - Aeropuerto internacional
SDQ - Las Americas 75.84 Km del centro de LA ROMANA - Aeropuerto internacional
JBQ - Dr Joaquin Balaguer - La Isabela International Airport 108.99 Km del centro de LA ROMANA - Aeropuerto internacional
AZS - El Catey 122.70 Km del centro de LA ROMANA - Aeropuerto internacional
MAZ - Eugenio María de Hostos 191.80 Km del centro de LA ROMANA - Aeropuerto Regional
BQN - Rafael Hern 192.25 Km del centro de LA ROMANA - Aeropuerto internacional
STI - Santiago 203.61 Km del centro de LA ROMANA - Aeropuerto internacional
SDI - Cibao International Airport 203.67 Km del centro de LA ROMANA - Aeropuerto internacional

Información general sobre LA ROMANA
La Romana is the third-largest city in the Dominican Republic with a population estimated in 2010 at 130,426 within the city limits (metropolitan population: 214,109), of whom 127,623 are urban and 2,803 are rural. The city is capital of the southeastern province of La Romana, opposite Catalina Island. The name Romana comes from a balance that was used to weigh merchandise for export. Santa Rosa de Lima is the patron saint of La Romana.

The modern La Romana International Airport was opened in 1999. The city is near several other cities, such as San Pedro de Macorís and the national capital, Santo Domingo de Guzmán. The city is a hub for a growing tourist industry with several nearby local resort spots, such as the beachfront Bayahibe, Dominicus, Casa de Campo, and the growing number of golf resorts that surround the area.
Fuente: wikipedia
Turismo
From the airport you go out to find your travel rep or your arranged transportation from several companies, or You can book your airport transfers in advance from the comfort of your home with:
Dominican Airport Transfers one of the Dominican Republic's leaders in airport transfers servicing all airports and tourist destinations. You can actually get an instant quote and book online on their automated site. Dominican Airport Transfers office is located in Santo Domingo City.
A very popular way of getting around the town is through riding motor bikes as well as gua guas. Gua Guas is another name for buses. The motor bikes are easily accessible due to the fact that the people who ride them are always out like taxis. The catch here is that the bikers will demand a high price at first for the distances you are going. Different people ask different prices. You have to be smart and not always accept the first price these people give you. Bargain with them and try to make the prices go lower. Chances are that they wouldn't want you to go to someone else. Be patient and you will pay the price that is appropriate for the distance you are going. Another thing, when you come upon a bike, make sure to eye the rider. Sometimes these people aren't experienced enough to drive around especially when they drive up to four people at a time. There is no such thing as accident insurance when riding these bikes. If you are involved in an accident, it's on you to pay for hospital bills or whatever bills you would have to pay for. It's pretty much riding at your own risk. Remember these riders are locals trying to make extra cash by giving people rides. The railroad system is pretty much out the question. They are mostly used to carry goods across the Dominican Republic. The buses are the cheapest way to go! Moto conchos aka bikes prices depend on the person and are less safe. Depending on your taste and needs, make sure you are ready to take one of these rides.

A must see is Altos de Chavon. This "village" was done replicating the 15th century colonial architectural style. Has many restaurants, a museum with Taino artifacts, breath-taking view of the Chavon River. This is a charming replica of the Italian village that was built by a man as a gift for his daughter. Also, artists ranging from Sinatra to Cocoband have performed at its large amphitheatre. Traveling to a place like La Romana should not be something of a gut wrencher. Depending on where youre staying will make your experience that much easier and more entertaining. Staying at one of the larger resorts would gve you the benefit of already having everything you need, from food, to games, to activities. This does not include however other activities outside the resort. For those of you who are looking for places to stay, they have local hotels where the people are very friendly, and open to make friends. Compared to the resorts staying in local hotels is much cheaper. Yeah, hotels have food included and fun activities, but the prices are off the roof. Staying out local, gives you the opportunity of going grocery shopping at the street markets and the local supermarket.

La Romana offers a convenient list of excursions available for vacationers staying in this southeastern region of Dominican Republic.

Bored? La Romana has plenty to offer. If you're a night person, you will be amazed by how many different things you can do in such a place. For starters, on certain nights, resorts and locals host parties, activities, and games on the beaches. Everyone is welcome because they consider that having more people makes everything that much fun. When you're done at the beach, head over into town if already not living there, and enjoy a night of festivities. The locals always have fun events going on depending the time of the year so make sure you research before planning your trip. These activities still not enough for you? In such a case head over to Big Sur, a very popular club. Big Sur is located in the Bayahibe area. You can enjoy yourself by dancing to some merengue, and if you're the shy type you can always sit at their bars which is sure to serve you the right tastes. Hungry? Big Sur offers a great variety of foods in which anyone would die for. So no matter what you do, make sure to really explore the nightlife. Not a night person? No problem. The list of things you can possibly do is endless. This list includes snorkeling, diving, golfing, swimming, shopping, site seeing, spa, and much more. Whether you're a smoker or not, the Roman Cigar factory may be something of interest. Finally, if you have the money and time, you may want to visit the capital of the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo.
Fuente: wikitravel
Gastronomia
La mezcla de culturas que ostentan muchos países caribeños no ha hecho una excepción con la República Dominicana, ni mucho menos con la de la zona de La Romana. Además de la gastronomía típica del país, plagada de coloridos platos en los que destaca la presencia de estupendas verduras y frutas, tanto en La Romana como en Bayahibe o Altos del Chavón (y qué decir de la Casa de Campo) pueden encontrarse muchos restaurantes de todo tipo en los que disfrutar de cocina internacional. Pero cuando se viaja a algún lugar, la mejor forma de integrarse en sus costumbres y descubrir sus secretos es sin duda sumergiéndose en su cultura; y qué mejor que degustar la gastronomía típica para conocer el alma de un pueblo...

Los platos que se elaboran en la República Dominicana suelen llevar ingredientes como el arroz, las habichuelas, frutas como el plátano verde o el coco y especias como el sabroso orégano dominicano. En la comida del mediodía es habitual degustar un plato que es considerado por muchos un emblema de la República Dominicana: la bandera. Elaborado con arroz blanco, habichuelas y carne de pollo o de vacuno (por lo general estofada), suele ir acompañado de plátano verde frito o cocido, y a veces de ensalada verde. Es una receta deliciosa que invita a repetir. El plátano verde es un ingrediente omnipresente en la gastronomía dominicana; es el ingrediente con el que se preparan los populares tostones que suelen acompañar a las carnes. Se trata simplemente de finas rodajas de plátano verde, fritas y con un toque de sal (y en ocasiones, vinagre y ajo). Son crujientes y constituyen un aperitivo excelente. Otra forma de consumir el plátano verde es en forma de mangú, un puré elaborado con la fruta hervida que se degusta acompañando a embutidos o huevos.

El sancocho es también célebre y popular en las mesas dominicanas. Aunque a primera vista parece un cocido tradicional español, si nos detenemos a considerar los ingredientes con los que se prepara (plátano, ñame, yuca, yautía...) nos daremos cuenta de que no tiene nada que ver. Se suele elaborar para las grandes ocasiones y entre sus ingredientes, la carne de vacuno tiene un protagonismo de excepción. La carne de ave, muy particularmente el pollo, es muy apreciada en el país, siendo el pica pollo el plato más representativo. En realidad se trata simplemente de trozos de pollo rebozados, crujientes y en su punto, a los que el orégano dominicano les aporta un toque inconfundible. El pollo es también un ingrediente fundamental del asopao, aunque esta particular caldereta también se puede preparar con mariscos. Hablando de frutos de mar, en La Romana se pueden degustar excelentes pescados y mariscos directamente extraídos de las aguas caribeñas. Los platos más tradicionales son el locrio (un arroz marinero parecido a la paella) y el moro, un tipo de arroz con habichuelas que, aunque normalmente se elabora con carne, también se suele hacer con bacalao.

La repostería dominicana es dulce y deliciosa, y muchas veces las especialidades se elaboran con las magníficas frutas tropicales de la región. El postre emblemático en el país es el majarete, elaborado con maíz, leche de coco, azúcar y vainilla, aunque también merece la pena probar exquisiteces como los dulces de leche, de batata y de coco. En cuanto a la bebida, la más tradicional es sin duda el ron de caña, probablemente uno de los mejores del mundo. Los que saben del tema lo confirman...
Fuente: logitravel
On land or in the water, the La Romana climate is in general; constantly perfect. No more than five degrees ever separates the La Romana air temperature from the La Romana temperature of the ocean, creating a perfect climate for every activity.

Average temperatures in La Romana average between 29°C and 33°C but can be a lot warmer. It’s always a good idea to check the current forecast of La Romana before you plan your La Romana holiday!
The weather conditions in La Romana are naturally tropical, like all of the Dominican Republic subjective heavily by the strong, constant trade winds from the north east. The rainy season lasts between May and November, peaking in October with daily heavy rain in late afternoons. Complete with impressive thunderstorms!

Visitors to the region should always watch out for hurricanes between June and November, but they are very rare. The hurricane tracks are far off the La Romana region but unexpected winds are known to drag them towards the island. Because the locals have become more familiar and more aware of the Hurricanes impact and places of substantial elevation, the town is now better adapted to dealing with the effects of the torrential storms.

The climate on the southern part of the country varies greatly to that on the north. The town experiences warm weather at night, anywhere between 19°C to 23°C on average. It is wettest from May to October, although it is always hot no matter how wet it gets. Average sea temperatures infrequently drop below 19°C and can soar to highs of 23°C; creating a serene holiday. This is the Caribbean so rain should be expected every day. The rain here is known as “exotic”, so visitors will actually find themselves enjoying the effects.

The winter weather in La Romana is drier and tourists tend to enjoy much less rain between December and March. At the same time it is much less humid and although the region still gets clouds and occasional showers, they mainly fall in the hills above the coast.

Given La Romana’s outstanding climate, there are stacks of entertaining water and beach-based outdoor leisure’s to take part in. There are also miles and miles of gorgeous beaches, each of which have a little Caribbean paradise. An average of eight hours of sunshine every day, all year round, makes this a tropical paradise whatever the season.
Fuente: holiday-weather


 

 

4 lugares para visitar y dónde ir en: LA ROMANA y dentro de 25 Km
Iglesia San Estanislao
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Parque Central Duarte
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Parque Central Duarte
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La Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Ultimos Dias
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5 Restaurantes dónde comer en: LA ROMANA y dentro de 15 Km
Ristorante La Casita
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Trigo de Oro
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Domino's Pizza
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Shish Kabab
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5 lugares para beber, divertirse, bailar en: LA ROMANA y dentro de 15 Km
Bar El Timbal
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Bar Majao Majao
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Cervecentro Los Colonos
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Polo Bar
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5 Servicios de apoyo al turismo en: LA ROMANA y dentro de 15 Km
Avis
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Honda Rent Car
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Santa Rosa Taxi
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Budget Car and Truck Rental
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1 Clubs y Campos de Golf en: LA ROMANA y dentro de 50 Km
Altos de Chavón Golf Course
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