Let San Juan Enchant You

Puerto Rico is welcoming visitors and is more than ready for travellers to experience all the island has to offer from adventurous, historic and relaxing vacation options.

Since Hurricane Maria the resilience of the Puerto Rican people can be seen in how locals have pulled together to repair the island’s infrastructure. Puerto Rico is open for tourism and ready to enchant you.

San Juan, Puerto Rico was named one of Lonely Planet’s 2018 Top 10 Cities for “Best in Travel.” With the island’s beaches as stunning as ever and over 184 tourist attractions open. Here’s a quick guide on Puerto Rico, for those who want to visit.

Where to stay

Live the buena vida at La Concha, a beachside resort in San Juan. Spend your day by the ocean with a Pina Colada in hand or take it slow by relaxing under the palm trees. Refuel and enjoy the cuisine at one of the resort’s seven restaurants, bars and cafes. Party into the night at the resort’s bar and lounge scene in the heart of the entertainment district, Condado.

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What to do

Discover Old San Juan at a leisurely pace with its cobblestone streets and historic fortress. Once the crown jewel of the Spanish Empire, the walled city still preserves its stunning colonial architecture and World Heritage Sites declared by UNESCO.

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Where to drink

When in the rum capital of the world experience Casa Bacardí, the largest premium rum distiller in the world. On a tour, learn about the history behind how Puerto Rico has been distilling rum for centuries or get creative with a mixology class featuring Bacardi tastings.

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Where to eat

As the ultimate gastronomic destination of the Caribbean, the possibilities are endless. On the rooftop of Hotel Milano in San Juan enjoy authentic Puerto Rican dishes at Punto de Vista. Try a Mofongo, the island’s unofficial national dish, made traditionally with fried green plantains and old fashioned pilon.

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