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Spain vs Dominican Republic – Which Country Offers Better Conditions for Foreign Investors? Episode: Economy
If you are thinking of buying a property in a sunny destination, the economic situation of the countries on your candidate list should be one of the factors considered as part of the overall analysis. At the end of the day, it's all about the safety of your invested capital and the possibility of its growth, so the location where you invest your money plays a significant role in the success of the project.

This and subsequent investment posts will take a look at two Spanish-speaking countries, one of which has already made a name for itself as a mecca among foreign property buyers, while the other is slowly heating up in the investment arena – we're talking about Spain and the Dominican Republic.
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And in the evenings we danced merengue…
While merengue might bring to mind carefree evenings, this vibrant music and dance have a rich and complex history. Let's move back to the early 19th century, to small Dominican towns – it was there that the first sounds of merengue resounded, which soon spread throughout the country. Today, merengue is danced not only by Dominicans, but also by people from other Latin American countries, blending elements of their native cultures into the rhythm. If you have been lucky enough to visit the Dominican Republic, you have certainly experienced the spontaneous dancing that takes place at street bars, in stores or on beaches. Merengue is one of the symbols of the Dominican Republic and a vibrant expression of Dominican joy and passion. In the history of the country, merengue not only played an integral part in the events held in Dominican pueblos but also had its moments on the political stage.
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Safe Caribbean Real Estate Purchases: Avoid These Traps!
Have you decided to buy a property in the Caribbean? Fantastic! You are probably aware that investing in this asset class opens up a range of possibilities that are not available with other forms of capital investment. However, this step involves a whole new area, related to choosing the right property, the partners who will accompany you on the purchase path, as well as a number of other nuances, the omission of which may lead to the wrong decision. The situation becomes even more complicated when you decide to buy a property in an exotic country with a different culture, language, legal regulations or social customs.
In this article we present a list of the most common mistakes made when buying a property in sunny Dominican Republic, as well as ways to avoid them, so that you can fulfill your dream of owning your own piece of paradise without unpleasant surprises.
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What Would You Do For Easter in the Dominican Republic?
Easter in the Dominican Republic plays a significant role and is celebrated more solemnly than Christmas. Semana Santa, known as Holy Week, which begins with Palm Sunday, is one of the highlights of the Dominican calendar, for which the people prepare in advance. What foods do Dominicans prepare to celebrate Easter? How do they spend their free time during festivities? You'll read about it in today's post, where we've prepared a handful of interesting facts about Easter in Caribbean style!
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Meet the Real Pirate of the Caribbean. Who Was Roberto Cofresí?
To this day, Roberto Cofresí continues to inspire contemporary artists, appearing in their books or movies. He is one of the most famous Caribbean pirates who reigned over exotic seas and oceans in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Our hotel owes its name to Cofresí Bay, which in turn – as you may have guessed – was named after the very pirate Cofresí. In today's post, we invite you to learn more about the turbulent history of one of the Caribbean's most famous pirates!
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Sometimes Sun, Sometimes Rain – the Magic of Rainy Days in the Dominican Republic
The combination of the words "rainy season" and "Dominican Republic" is not a preferred set for those preparing for Caribbean journeys. While the Dominican Republic is considered to be the land of eternal sun, we need to remember that rains are part of its charm. It is the rain that makes the Dominican landscape so lush and green. Thanks to the rainy seasons, the boiling Dominican Republic teems with life, showcasing vibrant plants and flowers, which make the island so picturesque.
If you visit the Caribbean gem during a period when rainfall might be expected, and you are pondering how to adjust your activities to the weather conditions, you have come to the right place!
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Carnival in the Dominican Republic
How about making your dreams come true and celebrating Carnival in the Dominican Republic? Colorful parades, concerts, and Caribbean-style fun are already waiting for you!
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