Discover Old San Juan with this small group visit to the historic old city, followed by a Puerto Rico rum tour at the Bacardi distillery. Salud!
Start times: 8:30 a.m. or 3:00 p.m.
Duration: 4 hours
Maximum occupancy: 11 people; more can be accommodated upon request
Ages: All ages
Meeting location: Outside Señor Frog’s Restaurant at 102 Calle Marina, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico
Tour type: Public, walking
Experience Island History on our Old San Juan Tour
Discover the history of Old San Juan as you pound its ancient cobblestones on a 4-hour walking tour! Old San Juan is the second oldest city in America, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as a U.S. Historic Zone. You might feel that you’ve been thrown back into the past with over 400 well-preserved buildings in the old city!
Take a comprehensive look at the wealth of colonial landmarks in this former Spanish colony, visiting ‘La Fortaleza’ (Governor’s House), the imposing San Felipe El Morro Fort, 16th-century San Jose Church, the Ballaja Barracks and much more. As you stroll, your expert guide provides additional insight into the design and famous personalities that once inhabited this charming area!
A break to get a refreshment, snack and bathroom break will be provided halfway the tour or upon request.
Points of interest throughout the tour include:
Plaza of San Jose
San Jose Church
Paseo de la Princesa
San Juan Gate
Castillo de San Cristobal
La Fortaleza – Palacio de Santa Catalina
Cathedral of San Juan Bautista
Calle San Sebastian
Museo de Las Americas
Plaza de Armas
Fort El Morro and more!
This tour is conducted in English, but can be conducted in Spanish by request.
Dress comfortably in comfortable walking shoes and remember that Puerto Rico is hot.
We require a minimum of 2 people to operate this tour. The maximum of people per group is 15, we can accommodate bigger private groups upon request. In case the minimum numbers are not reached, a full refund will be granted or you will have the option to reschedule.