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This street is a good introduction to some of the city's history. Go with a guide or a local friend, or read a tour book. And stop to read the historical plaques along the way. It will enrich the experience, as you learn about Columbus'...More
We walked up this street from the Alcazar. it was built apparently to give the ladies somewhere to walk in the city. it is now an attractive street for tourists and locals alike to walk round the city.
The oldest paved street in the America's, a fort at one end, a huge plaza at the other, which fronts the 1512 home of Christopher Columbus' nephew, as well as several restaurants. You haven't been to the city's Colonial Zone if you haven't been on...More
This local historic site is just simply stunning. The architecture, cobblestone streets, the people were beautiful to me. Great for picture taking and people watching. The locals are friendly and welcoming.
Grab a drink (or three) at one of the many restaurants on this street! It's always lively with people passing through the Colonial Zone. Be aware that you'll have to turn down vendors and guides who want to offer food or services to you, but...More