The San Felipe del Morro Fort is a beacon of Puerto Rican history. Every year, thousands of people come from all corners of the globe to admire this 16th century citadel. Around El Morro, there are many things to do. So many, you might need a day or two to cover them. But no worries. Here's a list of the ones you should not miss. Once you set foot in Old San Juan, just grab a piragua (frozen, fruity drink) from any of the street vendors, this will help you start fresh with your colonial adventure. Salud!
Near Caleta de las Monjas
Calle Cristo, across from the Hotel El Convento and el Museo del Nino
Grand old spanish architecture looking across the quaintest corner of Old San Juan... read more
Parque de las Palomas
Calles Muñoz Rivera & O'Donnell
Cruise Ship Docks, Pier 1
Old San Juan