Have Fun in Old San Juan
San Juan is known as La Ciudad Amurallada (the walled city) and is one of the biggest and best natural harbors in the Caribbean and is the second oldest European-founded city in the Americas (after Santo Domingo, which was officially founded on August 5, 1498.)
The metropolitan area known as San Juan has 3 distinct areas: Old San Juan, the Beach & Resort area, and other outlying communities, the most important: Río Piedras, Hato Rey, Puerta de Tierra, and Santurce. Río Piedras was founded in 1714 but became incorporated into San Juan in 1951.
Old San Juan is a main spot for local and internal tourism and attracts many tourists, who also enjoy the gambling casinos, fine beaches, and tropical climate. A leisurely foot tour is advisable for those who really want to experience this bit of the Old World, especially given the narrow, steep streets and frequently heavy traffic. To really do justice to these wonderful old sites, you'll need two mornings or a full day. Old San Juan provides a free trolley service to get you around the city. The trolley runs every day Monday through Friday from 7am until 6pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 9am until 7pm every 15 minutes. Most of the trolleys are accessible for wheelchairs and mobility devices and identified with the blue International Symbol of Accessibility.
Starting at $400*/person
(Subject to seasonality, price based on two people or more)
Roundtrip from most major US cities
Hotel or vacation home will include Cable T.V., WiFi, air-condition, ceiling fan
pool, jacuzzi, fire pit, tennis court, outdoor bbq grill
In-house chef to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner from arrival until departure
Licensed tour guide & drivers:
All transportation to and from the airport, including transportation to towns, national parks and other attractions
Cars, SUV's, Vans, & Buses available (depending on group size)