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All reviews san cristobal entrance fee self guided tour beautiful fort national park lots of history history buff great history breathtaking views take your time free trolley great place to visit wear comfortable shoes cruise ship walk around old city dungeon
San Cristobal is a very nice castle to visit, the view to the Atlantic ocean is awesome. Make sure you go into the ammunitions tunnel and dungeon. (kind of cool) They also hava a nice gift shop with all king of nice souveniers and books...More
Although not as large as El Morro still a great place to visit and spend an hour or two at the fort. Let your imagination travel to the 16th, 17th and 18th century and see how San Juan locals defended their island from those wanting...More
Ordered to be built by a King,Charles the Third of Spain, Castillo San Cristóbal lies at the Eastern part of the old gate and Devils Alley. It is considered to be the first point to go when you visit San Juan.
A guided tour, a...More
The entry to this place is combined with Castillo San Felipe El Morro. Both are beautiful with a rich history and well preserved. Castillo de San Cristobal has a different look and feel from El Morro so you need to see it to get the...More
If you're a history buff, this is a must to stop at & visit. The views were spectacular & it is just amazing how it has been preserved. It was really windy & make sure you have on sneakers..it was quite the hike around &...More
Response from brittanyb303 | Reviewed this property |
Taxis are sooo easy to find there. All the white cars are taxis and they have a flat rate based on distance so every taxi will charge the same. Our hotel had some sitting out front all the time just waiting for people
Response from JoshtheTravelG | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry, I am not currently in Puerto Rico at the moment. I know power has returned to a few places within Old San Juan - so that's a start. Sorry I couldn't be more help. I'm not sure when the National Parks will open. If... More
I'm sorry, I am not currently in Puerto Rico at the moment. I know power has returned to a few places within Old San Juan - so that's a start. Sorry I couldn't be more help. I'm not sure when the National Parks will open. If you are going and want to walk boardwalk next to the walls of the fort, you may be able to go to San Juan gate over by Del Morro (the other fort in Old San Juan) and follow the path there.
If you are looking for some visual representations, you can always check my YouTube page at Josh the Travel Guy. I have a host of videos on Old San Juan and beyond. These were all pre-Maria though.