Capital Coach Line operates in 3 terminals. At 102 Route Frere, Petion Ville, at Tabarre Blvd on 15 October next the U.S. Embassy and on the Boulevard 27 de Febrero # 455 in Santo Domingo.
Cap-Haïtien is a port city on the north coast of Haiti. It’s known for its French colonial architecture. Facing the Place de la Cathédrale is the landmark early-20th-century Notre-Dame Cathedral. Northwest of the city, beaches include sandy Cormier. South, Laferrière Citadel is a hilltop fortress built by revolutionary leader Henri Christophe. The ruins of his 1813 Sans-Souci Palace are in the nearby town of Milot.
Jacmel is a port town on the south coast of Haiti. The city center has many colonial-style buildings, including the 19th-century Maison Cadet, with its conical red roof. The interior walls of the Salubria Gallery, in an old house, are hung with Haitian art. West of town, the Bassin-Bleu are blue pools fed by waterfalls, surrounded by lush vegetation. To the east, Sandy Raymond Les Bains is a popular beach.
Our station is located in Santo Domingo # 455 Boulevard 27 de Febrero, in the El Million sector. Easily accessible, this strategic location allows you to quickly move around the city. 30 minutes from Las Americas Airport, 10 minutes from the airport Isabella and 15 minutes from the Colonial Zone. Capital Coach Line offers two daily departures to Port-au-Prince, the first one at 8:00 that ends its trip in Tabarre and a second departure at 10:00, which ends its journey in Petion Ville.