Port of Call San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan, Puerto Rico The View from Cristobal Fort over the Governor's Mansion to the Old San Juan Cruise Ship Terminal, San Juan, Puerto Rico
San Juan Shore Excursions

El Morro Fort, San Juan El Morro Fort, San Juan El Morro, an impressive fort dating from 1539, defends San Juan from sea attack. Its walls tower over San Juan Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

La Fortaleza, San Juan La Fortaleza, San Juan La Fortaleza, San Juan's oldest fort, was built in 1540. Its strategic importance diminished when it was superseded by larger forts, and it became the official residence of the governor. Daily guided tours introduce you to its luxurious interior, with gilded banqueting halls, high galleries, and rooms furnished in opulent Spanish colonial style.

Paseo De La Princesa Paseo De La Princesa Paseo De La Princesa, a pretty newly renovated path that follows the coast of Old San Juan.

Escambron Beach Escambron Beach Escambron Beach, a small and scenic beach, just outside Old San Juan, fronting the Atlantic. The beach offers fabulous views along the coast to El Morro.

Spanish Villas Spanish Villas Old San Juan is home to over 300 very picturesque and characterful 16th and 17th century Spanish town houses.

Where do cruise ships dock in San Juan (or tender) @ googlemaps  San Juan Cruise Port    Pan American Pier    Navy Frontier Pier

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