Puerto Plata’s tourism park and amphitheater is now open
Puerto Plata.- President Danilo Medina on Thursday cut the ribbon on the La Puntilla Tourism and Panoramic Park and Amphitheatre, aimed at strengthening the province’s tourist attractions.
The facility will create 150 jobs and is expected to attract more tourists to Puerto Plata, with the planned cultural shows.
The amphitheater’s nearly 2,000 square-meter area can accommodate 4,000 people, with a 315 square-meter stage.
The facilities that now form part of Puerto Plata’s Historical Center and seaside Malecon will also boost its tourism, relaunched with Carnival Cruises’ port Ambar Cove at Bahia Maimon.
“Residents and tourists will have a new public space, a recreation area and privileged places from where you can see the sea and the city,” the Presidency said on its website.
July 15, 2016
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