Find Cheap Flights from Santo Domingo (SDQ) to Newark (EWR)

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Santo Domingo to Newark Route Information

Travel Distance:1,562 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:United Airlines, JetBlue Airways
Weekly Flights:106
Avg. Flight Duration:4.1 Hours

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Airports in Santo Domingo

Las Americas International Airport serves the city of Santo Domingo in Dominican Republic. It is an international airport situated in Punta Caucedo. This is the second busiest airport in the country. It is owned by the Government and operated by Vinci Airports. The airport serves as a hub for Dominican Wings and PAWA Dominican. It offers both passenger & cargo services to domestic as well as international destinations. These destinations include New York, Panama City, Newark, San Juan, Orlando, Havana, Frankfurt, Paris, Mexico City, and more. The airport is well connected with the surrounding region through airport shuttles, taxi cabs, buses, private SUV & Sedan, shared van rides, and more.

Explore Newark

From the largest collection of cherry blossoms in the nation, to one of the country’s highest grossing arenas, from Shaquille O’Neals supersized cinema to the largest collection of Tibetan Art outside of southeast Asia - pro sports, fine arts, urban retail and outdoor adventure, there are always things to do in Newark. Take in a concert, live entertainment or see our Newark attractions. Sports fans can get in the game as action-packed matches, showdowns and expositions keep spectators on their feet. Looking for family fun things to do in Newark or activities by the waterfront? Look no further, Newark’s got it going on. Check out our events calendar for the latest happenings or dive deep into all there is to do around town. Sounds of Summer is here and includes a list of live music events all summer long! Bargain hunting? Check out our Fabulously Free and Inexpensive Guide to Newark and find free things to do and free events around town.

Things to Do in Newark

New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC)

The Stars Shine at New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC)! One of the largest and most glamorous performing arts centers in the nation, NJPAC hosts world-class dance, theater, music, poetry and comedic performances. Enjoy the innovative stylings of the Grammy Award-winning New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO), proud to call NJPAC it home. Get in the groove with NJPACs free summertime concert series, Horizon Sounds of the City, don’t miss a beat at Dorthaans Place a Jazz brunch series, be amazed by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (May), mix it up at the TD Democracy of Jazz Festival (November) or the Dodge Poetry Festival (October - biennial). NJPAC is a happening place, there is always something going on. Prudential Hall: 2,800-seat hall arranged in four horseshoes- shaped tiers, with boxes and the orchestra seating. Victoria Theatre: 514-seat smaller theater. The Chase Room: Home to centers cabaret performance series, bi-annual hip hop festival, and spoken word series. Horizon Theater: 88-seat black box theater. Fun Fact: NJPAC was the location for BETs Black Girls Rock 2013, Americas Got Talent series 7, and has even played host to his holiness the Dalai Lama.

Military Park Carousel

It is an amusement park. Visitors to Military Park can saddle up on one of 16 horses to pay homage to Newark’s 350 years history. Carousel horses include: Blueskin Horse - George Washington’s horse Black Knights Cavalry Horse - 5th Regiment Civil War Black Knights Cavalry Horse Bayard and Moscow - General Phillip Kearnys horses from the Spanish-American War Plow Horse - helped plow the fields of Newark Race Horse - Weequahic Park Race Horse Stagecoach Horse - Newark stagecoach horses transported people to and from the city Newark Streetcar Horse - Newark streetcar horses transported Newarkers around the city Fire Horse - Newark Fire House Engine Company No. 18 Hospital Horse - Newark City Hospital ambulance horse Police Horse - Newarks police horse Tow Horse - Tow Horse on the Morris Canal Garbage and Recycling Pickup Horse - Horses helped recycle and transport garbage Mail Horse - Newarks mail delivery horse Milk Horse - Newark Bordens milk delivery horse Goodwill Horse - Goodwill Rescue Mission cart for picking up wood and clothes Lausanne Horse - General Rosalie Jones and Elizabeth Freemans horse from their hike from Newark to Washington.

Military Park

Military Park is home to some of New Jerseys most famous monuments and historical points of interest. The triangular, six-acre city park was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, who also planned Central Park. It served as a training ground for soldiers and became an encampment during George Washingtons retreat from British forces across New Jersey in 1667. It was also the location of Thomas Edisons first us of electric lights in a public space. Today Military park is an urban playground, recently revitalized, it now plays host to great concerts, farmers markets, a place for yoga and tai chi, you will find a reading library, childrens storytelling, ping pong, chess, outdoor movies and great eats. Explore Military Parks most impressive structure, “Wars of America” a monument that attracts visitors from near and far. Created by Gutzon Borglum, the sculptor of Mount Rushmore, the monument forms the base of a large concrete sword built into the ground. From the ground, the sword resembles a dry fountain, yet from the air its shape is easily distinguished. The sword is about 80 yards long from the end of the statue to its tip; the blade measures more than 10 feet across its base. Other Military Park sights include a bust of John F. Kennedy, an old drinking fountain with the phrase “My cup runnethover” carved around its base, and statues of Frederick Frelinghuysen, Monsignor George Doane and Philip Kearny.

Best Time to Fly to Newark

The months from June-August and September-November are the best to visit the city of Newark, New Jersey. The months from June-August is also the peak season in the city. Apart from this, one can plan a trip to the city in between March-May.