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When you have only limited times to spend in San Juan, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places:
It belongs to a tropical rain forest climate with sufficient rainfall. The average temperature in January is 24 ℃ and that in July is 27 ℃. All seasons are suitable for tourism.
San Juan Battista Festival: July 24 every year
San Juan Battista is the patron saint of San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico. Now, this festival has become the most important folk festival in San Juan. During the festival, citizens have to go to the beach, where barbecue, singing and dancing. At midnight, people go into the sea and immerse themselves in the water nine times in a row. It is said that all the evils in the body can be removed.
From the day after Thanksgiving to the three kings' day on January 6. Christmas in San Juan is more than 12 days. During the six week Festival, visitors can enjoy the Christmas decorations that appear in families, businesses, and the whole street. In Puerto Rico, you should also see its famous festival tradition - a group of Carols called Parrandas.
Old San Juan
The first impression of San Juan's old city is the bright and colorful Spanish style houses and the blue brick road which has experienced the vicissitudes of history, as well as the lovely and cute kittens on the street.
Castillo de San Cristóbal
San Juan has been occupied by Spaniards for the past 500 years. In history, France, the Netherlands, Britain, and other countries have tried to capture this important and strategic town. It has an indelible strategic significance for controlling the Caribbean Sea area, and it has become a place for strategists to fight for.
Castillo San Felipe del Morro
The castle is surrounded by beautiful scenery, overlooking the entire Old San Juan city and the coastline. Outside the castle is a wide and flat lawn, and inside the castle is a big square. There is a Spanish weapon exhibition, and on the third Sunday of each month, there is an ancient ammunition exercise.
Museo de arte de Puerto Rico
The museum is full of works by local artists in Puerto Rico. The exhibits are well arranged, and the exhibition hall is simple and atmospheric. The museum courtyard environment is beautiful. Moreover, the exhibits cover the works of art of various periods in Puerto Rico, and some modern and contemporary works are very exciting. For example, there are three-dimensional reproductions of classic works.
Address: 299 de Diego Ave., Santurce, San Juan, 00909, Puerto Rico.
Business hours: Sunday: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Thursday Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
San Juan Gate
Walking through this door, you can see the blue sea at a glance. The sunlight just shines on the sea, reflecting the wave light. There are towering old trees planted on the paths on both sides of the door.
Address: La Fortaleza, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Business hours: 12:00 a.m. - 11:59 p.m;
Airports: (1) Luis Munoz Marin International Airport: it is the hub port of American Airlines and American Eagle Airlines. (2) Isla Grande airport, Isla Grande Airport.
Harbor: San Juan Port harbor is the commercial port of the capital of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean islands.
Public Transportation: San Juan's public transport is the light rail, bus, and minibus, all of which can be found on the local public transport website.
The below-listed location may not be the exact nightlife spots, but great places to visit if you like drink wines and love cigars.
The Cigar House
Recommendations: tobacco and wine; various grades of cigars are available, from Cuba to Puerto Rico, local handmade cigars, and European machine-made cigars.
Bacardi Distillery Entry
Visit the factory to learn about the history of the winery, the production of wine products, tasting of drinks, purchasing souvenirs, and drinks.
Old San Juan
Old San Juan, an old town in San Juan, is a small town with a lot of amorous feelings. It is a typical small island town. The paths paved with green bricks rise and fall, and the Caribbean style buildings on both sides are bright and pleasant. It seems that you have come to a fairy tale town. There are many interesting handcraft shops on both sides of the street. The price is reasonable. There are three free tourist buses in the old city. However, the old city is not big either. You may as well walk and take photos on your own to appreciate the colorful colors of the Caribbean.
Cafe Berlin: Don't be fooled by the name. It's actually a Caribbean restaurant.
Address: 407 Calle San Francisco, San Juan 00901
Business hours: 8:00-22:00
The local relatively high-end Caribbean cuisine restaurant, the signature dessert is Purple Cloud, sweet and not greasy. The interior decoration is designed by the boss himself. When ordering, the waiter will hold a blackboard to introduce the special dishes of the day.
Address: 107 Calle Tetuan, San Juan, San Juan 00901, Puerto Rico
Business hours: 12:00-15:00; 18:00-22:00
CVS: there are CVS stores on the island and almost all the common drugs can be found.
One day tour: take a day to experience the charm of San Juan.
The first stop: San Juan old city tour.
The second stop: Castillo de San Cristobal (the specific address of the parking lot is 315 Calle Recintosur, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico) is near umbrella street, located in Calle Fortaleza, and at the end of the street is the official residence of the governor of Puerto Rico.
The third stop: Morro castle.
The fourth stop: Casa Bacardi, taste the wine.
Final stop: Cueva Del Indio beach.