TOP 10 MUST SEE OF SAN JUAN

Top 10 Must See of San Juan

Starting At:

$59.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$49.99
/ Child (ages 4 - 12)
Infants less than 4 years don’t require tickets

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port: San Juan

Duration: 4 Hours

Activity Level: Moderate

Moderate

May involve varying amounts of activity (long walks, rough terrain, basic water play. May not be recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes recommended.

No Minimum Age

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EXCURSION DETAILS

Experience the best of San Juan on this combination sightseeing tour. You’ll drive and walk as you see the top 10 best views and locations in the island’s capital.

Starting At:

$59.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$49.99
/ Child (ages 4 - 12)
Infants less than 4 years don’t require tickets

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port:San Juan

Duration:4 Hours

Activity Level: Moderate

Moderate

May involve varying amounts of activity (long walks, rough terrain, basic water play. May not be recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes recommended.

No Minimum Age

You’ll begin your excursion with a guided drive through the Old San Juan area. Your first stop will be at the President’s Square and Capitol Building, where you’ll learn about the island’s relationship with the U.S. continuing through New San Juan, you’ll pass the Isla Verde strip with its luxurious hotels, exclusive boutiques stores and pristine beaches, then stop at Loíza village, Piñones, Educational Center COPI, for a taste of a typical Puerto Rican Afro-Caribbean heritage. Afterwards, continue to “Boca Cangrejo” Skyline monument. This is a great picture moment as you take in the breathtaking views. Continue on into the Condado District to the fourth stop at La Ventana del Mar (Window to the Sea). This is a modern district, next to the beach and full of stores and restaurants, that features a beautiful fountain and walkway to the ocean. You’ll then return to the Old San Juan area, where you’ll pass the San Cristóbal Fort, the Fifth Centenary Square, Santa María de Pazzis Cemetery, the Totem, Ballajá Cuartels and the famous Morro Castle. At this point, you’ll depart from your motor coach and begin the walking portion of the tour. You’ll walk down Christ Street, where you will see the San José Church—the second oldest church in the Americas, built in 1532. Moving on, you’ll see the Juan Ponce de León Statue, made from the remains of iron cannon balls used in different wars during the colonial times. Continue down the street and you’ll pass the San Juan Cathedral, the Christ Chapel and the oldest governor’s mansion in continuous use, “La Fortaleza.” You’ll stop by Pigeon’s Park with its beautiful views, then you’ll continue down Fortaleza Street to the Plaza Colón, where your guide will give you the option to go back the ship, or stay and explore on your own then walk back to the ship, only two (2) blocks away.
Excursion Reviews

Excursion Reviews

You’ll begin your excursion with a guided drive through the Old San Juan area. Your first stop will be at the President’s Square and Capitol Building, where you’ll learn about the island’s relationship with the U.S. continuing through New San Juan, you’ll pass the Isla Verde strip with its luxurious hotels, exclusive boutiques stores and pristine beaches, then stop at Loíza village, Piñones, Educational Center COPI, for a taste of a typical Puerto Rican Afro-Caribbean heritage. Afterwards, continue to “Boca Cangrejo” Skyline monument. This is a great picture moment as you take in the breathtaking views. Continue on into the Condado District to the fourth stop at La Ventana del Mar (Window to the Sea). This is a modern district, next to the beach and full of stores and restaurants, that features a beautiful fountain and walkway to the ocean. You’ll then return to the Old San Juan area, where you’ll pass the San Cristóbal Fort, the Fifth Centenary Square, Santa María de Pazzis Cemetery, the Totem, Ballajá Cuartels and the famous Morro Castle. At this point, you’ll depart from your motor coach and begin the walking portion of the tour. You’ll walk down Christ Street, where you will see the San José Church—the second oldest church in the Americas, built in 1532. Moving on, you’ll see the Juan Ponce de León Statue, made from the remains of iron cannon balls used in different wars during the colonial times. Continue down the street and you’ll pass the San Juan Cathedral, the Christ Chapel and the oldest governor’s mansion in continuous use, “La Fortaleza.” You’ll stop by Pigeon’s Park with its beautiful views, then you’ll continue down Fortaleza Street to the Plaza Colón, where your guide will give you the option to go back the ship, or stay and explore on your own then walk back to the ship, only two (2) blocks away.