Whether it’s touring the historical sites of Old San Juan
, or enjoying steaming empanadillas at the Mercado de Santurce
, you’ll find no shortage of ways to fill up your days in San Juan.
Any visit to San Juan must include at least a day spent in Old San Juan, the city’s historical heart. Here you’ll walk centuries-old blue cobblestone streets, winding past 16th and 17th century architecture on your way to one of the town’s many historical sites. Relax with a coffee at one of the many open-air cafes, or just people-watch from the town’s historic plazas. Art lovers and bargain hunters alike will enjoy at trip to the Haitian Gallery
, which specializes in Haitian carvings and paintings, while history buffs must take a trip to the massive El Morro
, the fort that has stood guard over San Juan harbor since the 16th century.
San Juan’s rainforests have given rise to a great adventure tour industry. Whether you just want to take in the sights on a ...Read More