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Best things to do in Puerto Rico

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Forest
“Unique like our villa!!! It is the only tropical rainforest park in the United States. Long walks surrounding by magnificied nature. Must be visited!!! My daughter love it.”
250 locals recommend
Castle
“Visit this Historical Landmark was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations in 1983. Was built in the 16th century to protect the city.”
90 locals recommend
Art Museum
“This relatively new museum is beautiful and has a small collection of some of the best contemporary Puerto Rican artists. The pond with the Koi fish is also pretty.”
88 locals recommend
Sublocality Level 1
“Old San Juan, the old Spanish town, takes you back in time. You have to visit the Forts and walk around its streets. Spend the whole day walking around :)”
169 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Smaller than Plaza Las Americas. Recent construction, very beautiful, with high-end stores like Gucci and Salvatore Ferragamo among others”
81 locals recommend
Plaza
“Everything you need for a great night out either dancing or dinning, you can get it here. Check it out during the daytime as well for some local produce shopping. ”
127 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“Speakeasy type bar with lots of cocktail drinks made with local products. ”
99 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“If time allows a trip to the El Yunque National Forest, please give it a visit! Several hiking trails that can take you to a waterfall to swim in. Several drive by waterfall features that require a simple walk to view. Follow instructions and pick up a map at visitors center. Rangers give talks in English and Spanish, consult website for times. ”
87 locals recommend
Café
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“Walking distance from the bungalow. Great place for breakfast/brunch. They have a regular menu just ask them for it and let them know you want to dine there. Their pastries are so good. Try a quesito. (It’s a local thing.) Obama ate here when he visited Puerto Rico. ”
83 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“a historical place a recommend this place. bring water and comfortable clothes. ”
97 locals recommend
Beach
“Usually calm to small seas. Good for families, swimmers, SUP, snorkeling and hanging out. Can get very crowded on holidays. One side has paid parking, $3.90- no amenities. The other side has free parking, food vendors. Some people fish off the piers. Fun to jump off and swim in! Be a good swimmer for the jumps! With big swells, you will see surfers and bodyboarders. To the extreme west side is the surf break Gas Chambers. Use caution when waves are large. ”
61 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“You will arguably find the best Puerto Rican food in this spot. They have various locations so feel free to locate the closest one to you. Their "sister company", Cayo Caribe essentially​ serves the same menu. Feel free to locate whichever is closest to you. ”
71 locals recommend
Housing Development
“Don’t leave with out checking this place out. There’s a small fee to go in but it’s worth it. Bring your walking shoes. Lots of opportunities for great pictures. It’s a short Uber ride from the the bungalow. Parking sometimes is difficult but you can park on the garage near El Morro. ”
72 locals recommend
Theme Park
“Great place for zip lining in Orocovis, PR. Longest zip line in the Americas!!! Driving time from Dorado is about 1 hour 15 minutes.”
77 locals recommend
Grocery Store
“Rivals any major supermarket in the States! All you need for groceries, fresh vegetables, fruits and meat and alcohol! Very convenient, just down 115 from us.”
30 locals recommend
Science Museum
“Radio Telescope operated bu the University of Central Florida. 1 hour drive”
67 locals recommend