San 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.
It has a very historical sense of protection, the overall color is darker, and it faces the sea very beautifully.
There are many places worthy of nostalgia and discovery in the long old San Juan. The cobblestone trail extends between many old Spanish-style buildings. The fort built by the Spaniards supported him against many attacks by the British and French fleets, making it the first immigrant gathering place in the United States. Nowadays, the old city walls of the military base can still understand some of the bullet holes and pits, as if people have returned to the era of the intersection of ice and fire.
La Fortaleza-Palacio de Santa Catalina is a building near the walls of San Juan’s old city. The main color is white, which is very small and fresh.
An ancient fortress with a long history. There are many small European-style buildings around, worth watching
I enjoyed the beautiful architecture of this stunning old building. However, as a result of the protests, this site is not currently open to the public. It is gated off, and it has a police barricade....
Dominating one end of Fortaleza street, the governor’s mansion is stunning. A must-see when strolling Fortaleza.
Was working in Puerto Rico for a couple of weeks. Was able to go to Old San Juan and walk around. Went by La Fortaleza and loved the architecture and all of the flowers. Very beautiful.
It is very important to visit El Morro which is filled with history. This place is beautiful and a must see. The views from the top of the fort are beautiful.
The governors place is interesting. If you like history and spanish designs. The tour is very informative.