The charming 19th century esplanade is always full of life. Beautifully restored, with an amazing genius loci.
The only gate out of former six that still remained standing. It is named after Saint John the Baptist and together with the fortification…
Premier destination for those who like to party! Amazing beaches lined with rowdy clubs, bars and discoes.
Castillo San Felipe del Morro, also known as El Morro, is a citadel built between 16th and 18th centuries in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Old San Juan is a historic district located at the "northwest triangle" of the islet of San Juan.
Castillo San Cristóbal is a fortress in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It was built by the Spanish to protect against land-based attacks on the city…
Old-fashioned Puerto Rican market full of hawkers, tiny stalls and locals. A wonderful, genuine shopping experience!
Beach surrounded by a decent park offers a nice place to dip into the sea, swim a little or sunbathe.
Fortín de San Gerónimo de Boquerón is a small fort located at the mouth of the Condado Lagoon, across from the historic sector of Miramar…
The largest shopping mall in Puerto Rico has over 300 shops and vast food court featuring all the world cuisines.
The Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot is the biggest indoor arena in Puerto Rico dedicated to entertainment.
The General Norzagaray Bridge is a brick and masonry barrel vault bridge built in 1855 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico is a private university in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The Dr. Pedro Rosselló González Puerto Rico Convention Center or simply, Puerto Rico Convention Center is a convention center located in…
Roberto Clemente Coliseum is a sports and concert arena located in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Hiram Bithorn Stadium is a baseball park in San Juan, Puerto Rico, built in 1962 and designed by Puerto Rican architect Pedro Miranda.