Old San Juan has plenty to do, plenty to see, and plenty of places to eat. You can visit the 2 forts San Cristobal and El Morro. You can gamble at the casino, or shop in quaint touristy type shops.
Along the Paseo de la Princesa.
Along this street is where passengers embark on their Caribbean cruises. The inlet must be quite deep to allow such large ships to come into port.
TAKE THE TIME TO WATCH AS MANY SUNRISES AND SUNSETS THAT YOU CAN. LEAVE A WAKEUP CALL WITH THE FRONT DESK. AND POSTPONE DINNER. OR HAVE DINNER AT A BEACH RESTAURANT.
THERE ARE LOTS OF BEACHES IN PUERTO RICO. WE USED TO HOP IN A TAXI WITH SOME BEER AND RIDE AROUND AND LOOK AT SOME OF THEM. WOW !!
The Old City section of San Juan.
There is plenty of spanish-colonial architecture to see as well as old forts, churches and plazas. The Old City is a beatiful area to see.
Old San Juan. Pretty old town, lots of shops, mostly like any other tourist area. Two old forts.
Take a taxi there if your in the condando area $12.00
No parking anywhere after 9AM