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Gazcue (although the correct spelling is Gascue) is the first housing area built outside the Old City. With houses built as early as the beginning of the XX century, this is an area you will enjoy walking around if you like architecture and nostalgic places....More
In my personal opinion this is one of the loveliest neighborhoods in Santo Domingo because it's just so charming , full of character and the old houses are gorgeous. You can just take a stroll here and walk around to see the old homes of...More
Gazcue is just a neighborhood located next to the Colonial Zone. When the city started to grow, people leave the colonical houses and started to develop this part of the city. This is more a cultural / architectural tour where you will find nice houses...More
We wandered through Gazcue a couple of times and I was pleasantly surprised at what a lovely neighborhood it is just west of the Colonial Zone. Initially we walked over to the Palacio Nacional -- a 10 minute walk from Independence Plaza. The neighborhood is...More
Gazcue is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Santo Domingo and it is known for its grand and beautiful mansions. The area's residents are primarily upper middle class and is host to a number of low key Italian and Spanish restaurants. I hope the city...More
Gazcue is a very interesting neighborhood in which you can appreciate Santo Domingo 1950's historical architecture, but safety has been an issue lately. So if around, be careful and don't get too distracted. It doesn't happen every day, but it may happen if you look...More