SANTO DOMINGO. Dominican Republic. To appreciate from the distance corners that were imperceptible before the sight of tourists and provincial immigrants, now they become a feat for those determined to explore beyond the terrestrial and oceanic borders.
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The Santo Domingo Cable Car has been the new magnet that has attracted Dominicans living in different provinces of the national territory as well as foreigners. It comprises 215 cabins distributed in four stations, with capacity for 10 passengers, which in round trip transport to 6,000 users, becoming one of the attractions in the eyes of foreigners and provincials. These cabins that connect with the Metro Santo Domingo involve a tour of different areas appreciable by a panoramic, detailed and accurate by sectors few known or perhaps anonymous until now, after the incorporation of these cabins. Riding in their squares is still a majesty, so much that it makes passengers feel very comfortable in their seats, since they can perceive a large part of the municipality of Santo Domingo Este, from its colorful houses to the Ozama River that runs through it. way zigzagging its channel.
The comfort that this unparalleled transportation can provide benefits residents of 17 sectors of Greater Santo Domingo.
Chilean citizen. A Chilean visitor decided to «take the adventure» in the Dominican transportation service system, after considering an impressive way to carry out an «intensive» tourism and not with the sole purpose of visiting the traditional tourist poles of the island, but instead opted for discover the most hidden corners of the capital’s neighborhoods. By means of the windows provided in the cable car you can see different realities that express the diversity of social strata and urban places.
The visitor considered the high cost of this medium in his country, so he decided to «take flight» in order to compare the advantages and benefits of this transport system. The simple fact of arriving as a passer-by to one of the stops arranged in the eastern section of the capital provides the security and confidence that citizens need to travel and know the different places in the region, with the aim of exploring new mobility options from the multiple points of the national territory. From the moment you get to the first line of the cable car, which connects with the Metro by line two at the Eduardo Brito terminal, right at the head of the Francisco del Rosario Sánchez bridge (from the 17th), by means of a tunnel from the station » E1 «in Gualey, you can check» the relief «of the day or night passengers who travel in a matter of minutes different areas, from the opening of the cabins at 6 o’clock in the morning. The truth is that the route is a feat that counteracts the slow traffic in the different streets and avenues, making drivers and drivers take a long time to be on time at work or leisure. The metrocable has four stations: in Gualey, Los Tres Brazos, Sabana Perdida and Charles de Gaulle, connecting three municipalities and benefiting residents of 17 sectors.
Visitor from Boca Chica. César Vargas resides in Boca Chica, 36 minutes from Santo Domingo Este, who wanted to travel to the vicinity of the Charles de Gaulle station, in order to make the tour that includes the remaining three stops in order to get to know a little that part of the country. »
From Los Alcarrizos. Juan and Jefferson Duran preferred to get out of the routine and start the route in the cable car with the preponderant desire to establish and fix sight to the immensity of the city, although they hope that this innovative service is also installed in their sector. As they watched, they began the «photo shoot» with a cell phone capturing the impressive landscapes that can be perceived from the height, encompassed by about 35 connecting towers. On her side a local from Independencia Avenue, she went up on Wednesday to know and since then she has loved it so much that now she makes the route from her work to her house.
Benefits. Erika Fon and Rossy Sabín consider that the benefit is macro, since it allows saving time and money to a large extent.
Both previously invested 185 pesos in tickets, whereas now they do not only take the Metro. «I stayed in the Lope de Vega and a car going down. Now I take the Cable Car and the Metro and only spend 20 pesos, «Fon said
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