Unlike many small Caribbean cities, the capital, San Juan, has a stunning mixture of culture, history and charming nature. It is a large city that has golden beaches and the most important floating seaport in the Caribbean where cruise ships dock, along with important cultural monuments and a group of historical fortresses, museums and buildings of architecture Colonialism and these aesthetic aspects blend clearly in the old town, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The ancient city of San Juan Viejo opens windows to the past dating back to nearly 500 years of culture, making it the second oldest World Heritage site in the Americas. The city consists of seven natural terraces decorated with colonial buildings, fine restaurants, shops, museums and luxury hotels. Fuerte San Felipe del Moro is one of the most beautiful areas in the city because it has an unparalleled charming view, in addition to Fortaleza, the historic San Juan Cathedral, Fort El Moro and Castillo de San Cristobal.

The Condado area is the first tourist area in San Juan located between the Atlantic Ocean and Laguna Condado where there are charming white beaches that sprinkle around luxury hotels and resorts. It also contains many facilities and various accommodations that suit all budgets, especially in the Ocean Park area that stretches along The east coast contains private beaches and beautiful residential facilities.

Life flies in the city day and night, where shopping lovers can head to the largest shopping arcade in the Caribbean “Plaza Las Americas”, which consists of closed and open shopping places.

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