Old San Juan, the historic core of the Puerto Rican Capital, is a fascinating destination. 

With its 500+ years of history and laid-back charm, Old San Juan offers stunning sights, and great food and drink

The best thing to do in Old San Juan is simply to walk the cobblestone streets, to take in the colorful Colonial architecture and the lively vibe. 

El Morro is one of two forts in Old San Juan you can explore. The forts are part of the San Juan National Historic Site. 

Castillo San Cristobal is the second fort. Both forts are great examples of military architecture from times past. They also offer fabulous views!

Paseo de la Princesa is a pleasant stroll, with views of the old city wall, and the famous Raices sculpture. 

San Juan Cathedral is the second-oldest church in the New World. It has a lovely facade and a serene interior. 

Enjoy Puerto Rican cuisine in Old San Juan. And sip a piña colada in the place it was invented!

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