Escape into the city of Old San Juan and discover its colorful architecture and rich history. A stop at San Cristóbal Fortress offers sweeping views of the city and a journey back to the colonizing days, before a shopping in the Historic District of Old San Juan.
The cobblestone streets of Old San Juan set the stage for a tour exploring the heritage of Puerto Rico and San Juan, a charming city with architecture dating back to the 1600s and filled with art galleries, boutiques, and cozy cafés. Your guide shares interesting stories of the people that have put their mark on the second oldest city in the New World, before taking you to San Cristóbal Fortress—a national historic site.
San Cristóbal Fortress is a world-renowned landmark and known as the largest fortification built by the Spanish in the New World. Lead by your guide, walk through its extensive tunnel system, view old military uniforms and stand next to 200-pound (90-kg) original mortar shells.
Enjoy sightseeing along the cosmopolitan San Juan before enjoying some time on your own in Old San Juan to shop and explore.