Old San Juan is a historic district located at the "northwest triangle" of the islet of San Juan.
Castillo San Cristóbal, also known as Fort San Cristóbal, is a fort in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The Catedral Metropolitana Basílica de San Juan Bautista, or in English, Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Saint John the Baptist, is the…
The charming 19th century esplanade is always full of life. Beautifully restored, with an amazing genius loci.
Old-fashioned Puerto Rican market full of hawkers, tiny stalls and locals. A wonderful, genuine shopping experience!
The world's largest distillery offers a very informative tour with tasting included. A must do!
San José Church, located in Old San Juan within the historic colonial section of the capital of Puerto Rico, is one of the first…
Premier destination for those who like to party! Amazing beaches lined with rowdy clubs, bars and discoes.
Perched up on the shore, this vast cemetery holds the tombs of the most notable people of Puerto Rico.
San Juan City Hall is located in the middle of Old San Juan in the capital city of Puerto Rico.
Beach surrounded by a decent park offers a nice place to dip into the sea, swim a little or sunbathe.
Fortín de San Gerónimo del Boquerón is a small fort located in the mouth of the Condado Lagoon, across from the historic sector of Miramar…
A wonderful example of blend of Colonial and Moorish architecture. The lavish mansion now hosts a great Spanish restaurant.
La Fortaleza is the official residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico. It was built between 1533 and 1540 to defend the harbor of San Juan.
Casa Blanca is a house museum located in Old San Juan within the historic colonial section of the capital of Puerto Rico.
Ballajá Barracks is a military barracks located in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Genuine Puerto Rican cuisine at its best! Cozy place with great service and reasonable prices.
Fortín San Juan de la Cruz, known locally as El Cañuelo, was built on Isla de Cabras, at the western end of the entrance to San Juan Bay,…