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Things To Do in San Juan

San Juan National Historic Site
4.6/5
29 Reviews
事事随缘The ruins of Puerto Rico’s National Historical Memorial Castle, also known as the Morro Fortress (castle), was built in 1539 when pirates were rampant. The Spanish merchant fleet used this as a base. The fortress has experienced many wars and has undergone several restorations. , Selected into the World Cultural Heritage List in 1983. This is one of the must-see attractions to visit. It is a Spanish-style fortress in San Juan. It is built by the sea. The plot has a history of about 500 years. It is mainly used to resist sea and ground attacks. This is also Spain The largest defensive facility built by people here. The castle successfully resisted the invasion of the British and Dutch. The scenery is beautiful. It overlooks the entire Old San Juan city and the coastline from a height. It is refreshing and refreshing. Looking at the distance, the blue sea level of the sky and the earth seems to be heard again. The rumble of cannons, and the faint pirate fleet. You can spend a day in the castle, or spend a day of stay, blowing the sea breeze. This is the best place to take pictures. The years have left countless mottled marks on the walls, rusty cannons, and narrowly wrapped in the distance. The blue water of the huge waves makes it easy for people to enter the misty time and space tunnel. See the world freely
Museo de Las Americas
4.3/5
12 Reviews
Museum
乐天的静This three-story building is a military camp built by the Spanish army on three acres of land in 1854. It can accommodate more than 1,000 soldiers and their families. It is the largest and most impressive building built by the Spanish royal family in the Americas One of the things. Its inner courtyard is large (not to be missed!) This is one of the best examples of 19th-century Spanish architecture, surrounded by some nice cafes and shops. On the second floor is the Las Americas Museum. There are three permanent collections, focusing on African heritage, American Indians and American popular art. In addition, the museum also hosts an annual temporary art exhibition.
La Fortaleza - Palacio de Santa Catalina
4.6/5
8 Reviews
Castle
Sarah HsSan Juan was once a territory of Spain. Later, because of its important economic and strategic position as the throat of the Caribbean, Puerto Rico was bought by the United States. The two forts have now become popular tourist attractions.
Condado Beach
4.4/5
11 Reviews
Beach
88topSan Juan, the capital of the Puerto Rico State, the economic and cultural center. It is located on the northeast coast of Puerto Rico Island, in San Juan Bay, and is the largest port on the island. The port is wide and narrow, and is an important maritime transportation hub between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean. The city was founded in 1508, and the original inhabitants Indians called it Polycon. In 1521, it was occupied by the Spanish colonizer J. Ponce de Leon and built a city on the island at the entrance of the bay. It was called Puerto Rico, which means "port of wealth" in Spanish. At that time, the entire Puerto Rico island was called San Juan Island. The Spaniards used this site as a stronghold to resist the struggle between British and Dutch colonists. Later, the names of the island and the port will be interchanged, the port will be called San Juan, and the island will be called Puerto Rico. San Juan was occupied by the American army since 1898.
Ocean Park
4.5/5
4 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Eddies888Coconut trees are along the shore of the beach, and the quiet oceanpark is a good place for strolling and relaxing. The surrounding environment is very comfortable, and you can experience the cool sea breeze and the sunshine is very pleasant.
Santa Maria Magdalena De Pazzis Cemetery
4.4/5
6 Reviews
Sarah HsThis memorial church is located next to the historical fortress, facing the Caribbean Sea, a large lawn with blue seas and blue sky, and the entire coastline is full of colorful houses and buildings. The pictures taken are postcard-like scenery.

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San Juan National Historic Site
San Juan National Historic SiteSan Juan,Puerto Rico

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Museo de Las Americas
Museo de Las AmericasSan Juan,Puerto Rico

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La Fortaleza - Palacio de Santa Catalina
La Fortaleza - Palacio de Santa CatalinaSan Juan,Puerto Rico

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Condado Beach
Condado BeachSan Juan,Puerto Rico

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Ocean Park
Ocean ParkSan Juan,Puerto Rico

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Santa Maria Magdalena De Pazzis Cemetery
Santa Maria Magdalena De Pazzis CemeterySan Juan,Puerto Rico

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San Juan Weather

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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for San Juan
Nov 27, 2020 San Juan Weather:Partly Sunny, Northerly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:73%, Sunrise/Sunset:06:38/17:46
San Juan Running:Suitable
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