Use the free shuttles to see all of San Juan.
Visited: May 15, 2017
Walk off ship directly into town for shopping.
Visited: Jun 11, 2017
I love to just shop in San Juan. We get off the ship and walk through the streets. Love it!
Visited: Aug 03, 2017
Old San Juan is beautiful. Our biggest regret was not being able to spend more time there.
Visited: Aug 04, 2018
The trolley is free and visits the highlights of downtown
Visited: Oct 28, 2018
We walked OSJ and had a leisure afternoon. Found a descent lunch spot and had an original Pina Colada from the original bar (Barrachina) it started in.
Visited: Apr 21, 2018
BEAUTIFUL city. We just self-toured old San Juan on foot with limited time in port. We were impressed by all the architecture and the friendliness of the people. This is a place we will come back to for a longer visit.
San Juan is both a great port of call and a wonderful embarkation port. If you’re leaving from San Juan, I recommend arriving a few days early to enjoy the island. Plenty of good hotels in Old San Juan where you can enjoy the city life, culture, history, and cuisine before boarding. I stayed at Hotel Milano in August, 2018. It wasn’t luxurious, but it was clean and reasonably priced. And in the heart of the city. Walked everywhere! And just a few blocks from the docks. Try Mofongo at a local place while there for a great local treat!
Been here twice now---pre and post hurricane. The stop is too short. The forts are good to visit, as well as the Old and New San Juan city tour. If you're looking for local food, try Raices,..the Mofongo was tasty!
We did the walking tour of the old fortress and it was so much fun. Lots of information with a little insight on how they lived during the days of the pirate raids. I wouldn’t want to be a prisoner at those fortresses. You could still see some of the drawings from the prisoners. We also got to walk past some of the government buildings. After the tour was over they lead us to the shopping center and we ate some local food. This tour was great on the history and proved how strong they are as a community for coming together after the hurricane in 2017.
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