San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Approximately 2½ Hours
Meals not included
Puerto Rico, the Shining Star of the Caribbean, welcomes you with lovely panoramic views of the old and new city of San Juan.
Board air-conditioned transportation and enjoy a narrated drive through the Old Town. You'll see some of the historic landmarks built by the Spaniards between 1539 and 1771.
Take photos and walk along the grounds of the oldest Spanish fort in the New World -- Fort San Felipe del Morro -- built in 1539 to guard the entrance and defend the harbor of San Juan Bay. This impressive result of Spanish engineering is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is managed by the United States National Park Service.
Reboard your transportation for a second photo stop. San Cristobal Fort is the largest fortification built by the Spaniards in the New World.
Leaving the colonial city, you'll continue to New San Juan -- the modern city -- for a brief stop at a beautiful beach. Enjoy a short stroll at the beach to add a few more memorable pictures of the island to your collection.
Snap some more photos at the Puerto Rico Convention Center -- the largest convention center in the Caribbean and a technological leader in Puerto Rico and Latin America.
Tour does not operate on holidays.