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Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Dominican Republic are Budget, Alamo, Thrifty, Europcar and Payless.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Dominican Republic are July and June.
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Hire a car in the Dominican Republic
More than a one trick destination, the Dominican Republic is filled with an array of surprises.
As the most visited island in the Caribbean, most tourists flock to its aquamarine waters to catch the sun and enjoy the swaying palm trees. But from the beach, much of the Dominican’s passionate spirit is missed. The island’s bachata rhythms and vibrant festivities are an amazing showcase of colour.
Wander away from the beach and you will also find the island’s diverse geography – the most varied in the Caribbean. Search for your car hire with easyCar and discover the Dominican’s exquisite mountains, deserts and waterfalls.
Sights to see
Blessed with magnificent beaches with vast expanses of white sand and sparkling blue waters you could be forgiven for thinking that magnificent resorts and unspoilt beaches was all there was to the Dominican Republic. But this country, steeped in history and culture has proved that it is much more than just sun, sea and sand – and well worth exploring.
Things to do in the Dominican Republic
For historical sites, museums and colonial architecture a visit to the capital city of Santa Domingo is a must. See the magnificent Columbus' Palace, or the Alcazar museum, full of fascinating religious and colonial art objects. Santa Domingo also boasts the Cathedral of Santa Maria, pronounced as the first cathedral in the world by Pope Paul III in 1542. You could also visit some of the 10 museums, displaying everything from semi-precious gemstones, to prehistoric art or antique coins. There are art galleries, numerous craft markets and a national theatre with a spectacular modern sound system to showcasing the best in drama, music and dance.
The Dominican Republic: Discover more
If you have any energy left after a visit to Santa Domingo and are keen to explore some wildlife you could visit one of the 16 national parks, or Los Haitises, a coastal region endowed with mangrove, caves and strange rock formations. Alternatively, you could just return to that vast expanse of white sand!