If you want to see Puerto Rico, chances are you’re going to start in San Juan–specifically, Old San Juan.
Old San Juan is only seven blocks from the port, and every week, 28,000 visitors come off the cruise ships to see the restored 465-year-old neighborhood that was considered one of the crown jewels of the Spanish empire. But you need to get beyond Old San Juan, beyond the brochures, and beyond the guide books to really see it how it was meant to be seen.
Founded in 1521 by Juan Ponce de Leon, San Juan is the read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com