One of the oldest streets in Santo Domingo and still among the city's most popular commercial centers, this quaint pedestrian street extends from the Parque Colón to the Parque Independencia. It hosts a diverse variety of stores that include apparel and textile shops, shoe stores, restaurants and cafés, a hotel, gift shops and jewelry stores. Over time, this street has received several names, including Clavijo, Real and Separación. Its current name honors the Conde (Count) of Peñalba who defeated the English in the 17th century.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
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