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All reviews cobblestone streets colorful buildings old city beautiful city souvenir shops great shopping free trolley every corner street vendors walk around historic sites el morro great place to visit cruise ship wear comfortable shoes walking tour lots of history
The worst part of my visit to Old San Juan is that it only lasted four hours. We had a very brief stop while on a cruise, and I intend to go back one day and spend a long weekend or more here, as I...More
Spanish architecture, many nice old buildings, loose and wobbly cobble stones and crooked streets and sidewalks - add to the charm, but watch your step! lots of unique shops and bars - come back at night to find music and dancing spilling out to the...More
I have traveled to San Juan many times, and I cannot get enough of it. The historic sites, the food, the people and the shops are always amazing. I have never in my many visits there, encountered a rude person. There was this time last...More
Great restaurants are all around, fun lively places to dance the night away. Grab a Pina Colada served in a hallowed-out pineapple, it makes for a great picture and they are delicious! We only went around a couple of blocks during the day, so we...More
This is a nice historic place. I have been here many times but I have never stayed. So this time I did and it was so worth it. Very close to about anything you want. The blue cobblestone street are super neat. Take a chance,...More
Response from Jeff_da_chef | Reviewed this property |
Stay in Old San Juan you'll have everything you need there. You can rent a car from the Sheraton Hotel to do day trips, or what I have done on a couple of occasions is to plan trips to explore the island with an overnight... More
Stay in Old San Juan you'll have everything you need there. You can rent a car from the Sheraton Hotel to do day trips, or what I have done on a couple of occasions is to plan trips to explore the island with an overnight stay in a hotel. Mayaguez or Ricon make good overnight stops on the west coast and maybe Humacao or Ponce if you want to explore the East or South. The Island is not so big that you cannot explore at least half of it in one day and return to OSJ if you prefer.
Response from W226DGashleyr | Reviewed this property |
Everything is open. Old San Juan itself in an attraction in the Castillo de San Cristobal and El Morro are open year round. You can also go or stay at a hotel in Isla Verde or Condado and enjoy beautiful beaches. El Yunque... More
Everything is open. Old San Juan itself in an attraction in the Castillo de San Cristobal and El Morro are open year round. You can also go or stay at a hotel in Isla Verde or Condado and enjoy beautiful beaches. El Yunque rainforest is a short drive away and our luggage valet on a recent visit said the island of Culebra was s great place. There is always something to do any time of year.