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All reviewscobblestone streetscolorful buildingsold citybeautiful citysouvenir shopsgreat shoppingevery cornerfree trolleystreet vendorswalk aroundhistoric sitesel morrogreat place to visitcruise shipwear comfortable shoeswalking tourlots of history
One day here wasn't enough! You are wanting to explore every street,fort and area in this beautiful city. The forts are 16th century architecture and you are easily swept away in the beauty of ALL of it. This is a highly recommended stop.
San Juan is one of those great places were they park the cruise ships literally in the town centre. Indeed the monstrous Oasis of the Seas looked like a new city block when it was parked up!
The old town is literally across the road...More
Great shopping and restaurants. Beautiful architecture and old world charm. Be careful where you park. I suggest a parking garage or riding the ferry from Catano across the bay only fifty cents each way and a quick boat ride.
Walk through this area to get a glimpse of the "OLD San Juan". See, stop in the older hotels and restaurants/ diners. Go ahead, eat a sliced open coconut! SLOWLY as you dine to the music around. The shops? Breath in the difference from rushing...More
I have been traveling to Old San Juan for over 30 years, and to be honest with you, I am still discovery new nooks and crannies each time I visit! Some of the highlights for me are the twin fortresses of El Morro and San...More
We loved Old San Juan. Did a Segway tour and learned a lot about the history behind the city. Loved the old blue stone streets. Shopping was great as well as plenty of places to eat/drink. A lot of old school character found here.
Old San Juan is a beautiful old city. The old and new meet up to give visitors great views, interesting history, and modern amenities. We walked for miles and took a bilion pictures and videos. A day in Old San Juan should start at the...More