+ Castillo San Felipe del Morro
This 6-level fort is magical both inside and out and is the most popular fort in San Juan. Again, make sure to bring your camera while exploring all levels of the fort. The “El Morro” exterior grounds are some of the most beautiful and beloved attractions in Puerto Rico and home to many cultural events, excellent kite-flying in the trade winds.
+ Castillo San Cristobal
Covering 27 acres, this is the largest Spanish fort in the New World and an architectural masterpiece, allowing you to travel back 500 years, it is a must-see during your visit to Old San Juan. Whether you’re a history buff or not, you’ll want to spend a few hours inside. Make sure to bring your camera for breathtaking photo opportunities. Group tours with friendly park rangers are available, or you may walk on your own.
+ Paseo de la Princesa
La Fortaleza / The Governor’s Mansion
+ La Fortaleza / Palacio Santa Catalina
Cathedral San Juan Bautista
+ Cathedral San Juan Bautista
Cathedral San Juan Bautista – Visit the second oldest cathedral built in the Americas. The San Juan Cathedral was the first school in Puerto Rico and the first under the U.S. Flag. The remains of Juan Ponce de Leon rest inside the church.
The Ballajá Barracks
+ Museo de Las Americas