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Popular Attractions in Puerto Rico

If you're a first time visitor to Puerto Rico, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in Puerto Rico.

What are some good attractions in Puerto Rico?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions in Puerto Rico.

El Yunque National Forest
PR-191, Rio Grande, 00745, Puerto Rico Río Grande, Río Grande

(787) 888-5646
Bacardi Distillery Entry
Cataño, Cataño
Castillo San Felipe del Morro
Calle Norzagaray San Juan, San Juan

(787) 729-6960
Arecibo Observatory
PR-625 Esperanza, Arecibo

(787) 878-2612
Bioluminescent Bay
Puerto Rico
El Conquistador Resort Golf Club
Cabezas, Fajardo

(787) 863-6784
Media Luna
Vieques, Puerto Rico
Plaza Las Américas
525 Avenida Franklin Delano Roosevelt San Juan, San Juan

(787) 767-5202
Balneario Sun Bay
Vieques, Puerto Rico

(787) 741-8198
Castillo de San Cristóbal
San Juan, San Juan
Flamenco Beach
Flamenco, Culebra
Cueva Ventana
Hato Viejo, Arecibo
Seven Seas Beach
Cabezas, Fajardo
Parque Nacional Cavernas del Rio Camuy
Km 18.9 Puerto Rico 129 Bayaney, Hatillo

(787) 898-3136
Museo de Arte de Ponce
2325 Ave Las Americas Ponce, Ponce

(787) 840-1510


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"A list of to do: Old San Juan, Bioluminescent Bay in Fajardo & Culebra), Cueva del Indio, Cueva Ventana, Cuevas De Camuy, Arecibo Observatory, Tanamá, Bacardi Distillery Entry, Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park, El Yunque National Forest among a lot other attractions."  See More

"Beachwise, I've always enjoyed Seven Seas Beach, and also Luquillo Beach Puerto Rico Top 10 Beach is pretty nice."  See More

"San Juan is good for the city, and some of the east coast things like the Bacardi Distillery Entry, Fajardo, and maybe Museo de Arte de Ponce (the highway to there from san juan isn't terrible)."  See More

"Balneario Sun Bay is much calmer and so is Media Luna, which is very shallow and calm."  See More

"You can shop at the Plaza Las Américas which is close to the port."  See More

"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."  See More

"There are 5 kiosks at the campground at Flamenco Beach where you can get good veg pizza, good rice and beans and chicken with Gladys, Good coconut at the kiosk at the very back, and good coconut bread in the morning with Maria and Stephanie."  See More

"Other unique things to do that I enjoy there are the Arecibo Observatory and the Parque Nacional Cavernas del Rio Camuy but both of those are further west so you'd either need a rental car, or find a tour bus to take you there."  See More

Where can I find out more about Puerto Rico?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Puerto Rico.

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