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If you want to hang with the locals in the street, this is the place to be. El Mercado de Santurce turns into an all-out street fest at night on the weekends. Bars
4 of 5 stars
I spent the last two summers in Puerto Rico in the San Juan area. El Batey has a whole in the wall feeling with warm beer, which is fine, your in Puerto Rico. If you go
Al's Mar Azul is definitely one of my favorite places to have a drink in Vieques. It's perched on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea, with unbroken views of the ocean
Rumba is mostly locals. It's a relatively tiny bar with a small dance floor. A jukebox plays salsa, and dancing is impromptu and fun. Many dancers are quite good, but if
Of the shops in Old San Juan, I’d say that The Butterfly People was the most original and certainly the most enjoyable.
If you’ve never taken the time to admire the art