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This street ends in La Fortaleza, house of governors, currently Ricardo Roselló. Many clothing stores, restaurants and bars. It crosses El Cristo Street where there is El Cristo Chapel and The Doves Park. El Cristo chapel was built after an alleged miracle performed many years...More
Shops: Sell the same stuff made in China.
Restaurants: Staff are on the street asking you to come inside or sit outside. Have to tell different people that we were just walking.
Shows: We saw a man playing an instrument and another one with an...More
lovely area, the shopping is great and the locals are very pleasant and friendly. the weather was hot but i like that. bought some handmade lavender anise soap and local coffee. Must see is the forts,! el Morro was amazing site to see and the...More
We stayed in Old San Juan prior to our cruise on Dec. 1st and we enjoyed Fortaleza Street so much with the beautiful & colorful umbrellas above the street. It made for such a wonderful photo looking down towards the palace. There are also wonderful...More
The street is very festive and fun. They have an umbrella exhibit that is really pretty to see and it's easy to walk there from the cruise port. It's near or attached to the mayor's house near the fort. Worth a look.