Interesting history, island views, and top sights from San Juan Cathedral to Castillo de San Cristobal—discover it all in Old San Juan.
Historical Buildings, Islands and Tropical
Enter San Juan through the last remaining gateway from the city’s walls and discover the military history of its atmospheric Old Town.
Discover the curious relics and gorgeous stained-glass windows of Old San Juan’s religious treasure, a 16th-century cathedral with a colorful history.
The official residence of the governor of Puerto Rico is a vast mansion and fortress that is open to the public on guided tours.
Marvel at a Spanish fortification on the edge of Old San Juan, a place full of haunting myths, fascinating history and stunning photography spots.
This walled fortress was once used to protect Puerto Rico from invading colonies, and today offers visitors a dramatic reminder of that history.
San Juan’s hub of civic life is also one of the most popular social destinations, where locals come to drink coffee and trade stories.
Join our Night Kayaking Adventure and experience Bioluminescence! Paddle through the mystical Mangrove Forest Nature Reserve on your way to the unique Laguna Grande in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Our experienced and knowledgeable local tour guides will host you all the way.
Come visit El Yunque Rainforest, the only tropical rain forest in the United States National Forest System and a must-stop for all visitors of Puerto Rico! The Forest covers over 28,000 contiguous acres, with peaks, escarpments, myriad steams and waterfalls, and lush green vegetation housing various forest types.
Become a foodie insider on a tour to 5 locally loved haunts in Old San Juan. With a local leading the way, stroll between mom-and-pop shops to sample some of Puerto Rico's most mouthwatering food and drinks such as artisan coffee, fresh ceviche, fried plantains, and iconic rum punch.
Take time to escape to heaven on Earth in this half day tour and let the natural beauty of El Yunque Rainforest captivate you with its lush green vegetation, amazing flora, huge boulders, cascading rivers and scenic views.
An awe-inspiring array of sea creatures await beneath the turquoise water of the Caribbean Sea. Sail to a secluded island for an unforgettable beach day. Bask in the sun, collect seashells, snorkel in the warm water, and savor a scrumptious lunch before sailing back to San Juan.
Itinerary Workshop Percussion Duration: 2 hours Location: San Juan National Historic Site, Norzagaray St Old San Juan, San Juan 00901 Puerto Rico
Walk down picturesque cobbled streets lined with centuries old buildings and some of the most popular historical attractions in Puerto Rico.
This cosmopolitan area of San Juan is a great place to experience the relaxed, contemporary culture of Puerto Rico.
While you're in Río Piedras, take in top sights like Jardin Botanico or Luis Munoz Marin Foundation, and hop on the metro to see more the city at Rio Piedras Station or Universidad Station.
While visiting Marina, you might make a stop by sights like La Fortaleza - Palacio de Santa Catalina and Port of San Juan.
Though San Mateo might not have many top sights, you can venture to the surrounding area to see attractions like Jose Miguel Agrelot Coliseum and Condado Beach.
While visiting Vilomar, you might make a stop by sights like Luquillo Beach and Azul Beach.