Colonial City: Lots of people and few sales


Santo Domingo, DR Despite the gray panorama of clouds caused by the trough that affects the Dominican territory, this Saturday, the historic Colonial City was visited by a representative number of people like any other weekend. However, according to what was verified during a tour carried out by journalists from Listín Diario, businesses report economic losses. Before the Covid-19 pandemic, the Colonial City received hundreds of people of all ages and nationalities every weekend. Entire families walked through its old streets, tourists enjoyed its charms and museums, while friends and couples took advantage of restaurants and bars to share special occasions. All with the same goal: to have a good time away from home. The number of visitors has decreased since the measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus […]

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