• Castillo San Felipe del Morro Old San Juan


San Juan Puerto Rico

History comes alive in bright colours

Old cobbled streets and bright-coloured buildings, history comes alive in Old San Juan. This walled city has preserved its colonial architecture so visitors can still appreciate it today. Take an amazing trip into the past, where Spanish and American influences are fantastically fused together and colonial Spanish fortresses, such as the Castillo San Felipe del Morro and Castillo San Cristobal are only a stone’s throw away from towering skyscrapers and shopping outlets. With so many sights and museums to visit during the day, the city really comes to life when the sun goes down. Puerto Rico is passionate about its gastronomy and the choice of restaurants can be overwhelming. Many restaurants participate in a dine-around programme so you can sample the wide variety available to you and truly come to appreciate Puerto Rican cuisine. Finish the night off by visiting a salsa club, Puerto Ricans love a night of dancing and even if you don’t know the steps a local will be more than happy to teach you, so you can salsa dance all night.