Pedro R. said,"...Hello Katie: 1) Castillo San Felipe del Morro- To go inside is a cheap cost but even just being around it is impressive, the fields around are beautiful and the view amazing. We like kite flying there. 2) Walking around Old San Juan- the..."See More
Eric L. said,"...swim in the bay. It's an amazing experience. I'd suggest you visit Bacardi Distillery Entry which is really neat to see. Castillo San Felipe del Morro is really interesting too. A lot of history there. Barrachina in old san juan is worth a visit, they..."See More
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Jacey & Scott M. said,"...to get there. The Old San Juan, is full of colorful buildings, great restaurants and San Juan National Historic Site , Castillo San Felipe del Morro and Castillo de San Cristóbalare fun to walk around and take in the history. You could spend some of..."See More
Melissa J. said,"...You should visit the forts in Old San Juan... Castillo San Felipe del Morro and Castillo de San Cristóbal, you'll be walking on 200 year old streets with the buildings kept in shape, they still hold their original designs.. plenty of bars, clubs, sight seeing,..."See More
Eric L. said,"...rums of course. Barrachina restaurant is the originator of the Pina colada, so that is a fun quick hit too. And Castillo San Felipe del Morro is right there in san juan, its a great historic building...."See More