I have been in Altos de Chavon many times (when there was no admission fee). I can say that it is a nice destination for an early morning or late afternoon walk, as the heat and the sun are very unconfortable during the middle of the day. There is not much you can do in Altos de Chavon but walk, look at "replicas" of medieval time buildings, and eat pasta at overpriced restaurants. Casa de Campo, the exclusive resort tha operates Altos de Chavon, is trying to sell admissions to Altos de Chavon as a tourist attraction when in fact this is really like a shopping center with overpriced restaurants an souveniers shops. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY. STAY AWAY FROM ALTOS DE CHAVON!!!!
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