Top Things To Do In Old San Juan

Old Sj Must do

Old San Juan is a unique destination that offers world famous views and beauty. If you are an adventure junkie, a foodie or a more laid back traveler, San Juan has all you need. If you are traveling on a budget you will find lots of options that are cheap but still offer great taste and quality. If you are more into leisure travel, there are also plenty of options. Here are the top things you need to do in San Juan to truly enjoy its magic. Travel like a local and feel part of the “Boricua” culture with this list:

  • El Morro
  • Try puertorrican moonshine in Casa Melaza
  • Dance “Despacito” all night at The Factoria bar

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  • Sip a Piña Colada at the place where it all started: Barrachina
  • Have a historic walk through the top spots with a local insider

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  • Try Rum Ice cream at Rare Candy creations
  • Take instagram worthy pictures under the umbrellas at Calle Fortaleza
  • Eat a lote 23 food truck park
  • Eat, dance and party like a local at La Placita de Santurce
  • Feel like you are in Foodie heaven in Calle Loiza with more than 27 local restaurants
  • Enjoy the beach life at Isla Verde named one of the worlds “Best Urban Beaches”

Top things you must do if you are visiting Puerto Rico

  • Enjoy a coffee tour
  • Discover the Window cave
  • Walk in history through Old San Juan must see spots with a local
  • Dance all night at La Factoria
  • Eat and party at La Placita
  • Zip line in the mountains of Toro Verde
  • Discover a hidden paradise in Culebra
  • Enjoy real Caribbean culture in the town of Loiza with a bomba class and afro Boricua heritage trip
  • Locals go on Chinchorreo roadtrips every weekend and you should too
  • Bio bay experience
  • Eat your heart out at Lote 23 food truck park
  • Eat your soul out at Calle Loiza with more than 27 local restaurants
  • Surf at Rincon and all the west side of Puerto Rico
  • Enjoy our beaches Mar Chiquita, Playa Flamenco, Playa Santa, Boqueron Beach, Crash boat beach and Caracas beach
  • Roadtrip to the mountains for a true Boricua adventure

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