San Juan, Puerto Rico
Craft Cocktails, Authentic Bites & San Juan History: In Partnership with Food & Wine Magazine
Local Sightseeing, All
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Approximately 3¼ Hours
One of the oldest New World settlements in the Americas, Old San Juan is full of history and delicious flavors both new and traditional. Taste your way through the colorful neighborhood of San Juan's Old Town for a profound understanding of the origin of Puerto Rican food and the events that helped shape it. Come hungry -- you'll visit some charming local restaurants to sample traditional Puerto Rican dishes and cocktails.
Next, take part in a hands-on workshop and learn how to make píque -- Puerto Rico's savory hot sauce. The ultimate souvenir is a bottle of hot sauce, which you prepared yourself.
One of "the World's 50 Best Bars" awaits you, where you will handcraft a signature cocktail here with guidance from an expert mixologist. Listen to the stories behind some of the island's most iconic drinks as you learn how to muddle, stir and shake the Puerto Rican way.
Your guide tells you about the history and culture of this age-old city, established in 1509, and you'll revel in its colonial architecture. Glimpse the spectacular governor's mansion, view a 17th-century chapel built on the site of a miracle, and see the striking fortified walls of the city.
This curated, boutique tour is capped at just ten guests to ensure a highly-personalized experience.
Wear comfortable walking shoes.