1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2019
I've been to San Juan a number of times so only walked around old San Juan. City is nice but not a lot to do right in old San Juan but shop, eat or tour the fort
I've been to San Juan a number of times so only walked around old San Juan. City is nice but not a lot to do right in old San Juan but shop, eat or tour the fort Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2019
We stayed in the Condado Plaza. It had some hurricane damage still but hotel was beautiful and it had a million dollar ocean view.
We stayed in the Condado Plaza. It had some hurricane damage still but hotel was beautiful and it had a million dollar ocean view. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
Arrived in time to take just the transfer but had previously visited. If one finds oneself on island, one should not hesitate to visit old town and the citadel.
Arrived in time to take just the transfer but had previously visited. If one finds oneself on island, one should not hesitate to visit old town and the citadel. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
Great port to walk the city.Saw one of the forts and even got in free because we went with a United states fourth grader.Got to see umbrella street,Plus many extras.Shopping for souvenirs was great here.Got to be in port later which was ... Read More
Great port to walk the city.Saw one of the forts and even got in free because we went with a United states fourth grader.Got to see umbrella street,Plus many extras.Shopping for souvenirs was great here.Got to be in port later which was also great. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
San Juan had mostly recovered from hurricane. Cruise getting in at 5pm, we got to El Morro quickly but it closed at 6pm, and 7 min is too short to pay the full entrance fee. Got to eat at our fav. restaurant Cafe Berlin, and saw the ... Read More
San Juan had mostly recovered from hurricane. Cruise getting in at 5pm, we got to El Morro quickly but it closed at 6pm, and 7 min is too short to pay the full entrance fee. Got to eat at our fav. restaurant Cafe Berlin, and saw the street with umbrellas. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
We did get off to see if there were any local vendors. Getting off was easy. The terminal is right there. Large empty building, then a walk up a long colonnade. When we got to the end of the pier, there were quite a few with tables and ... Read More
We did get off to see if there were any local vendors. Getting off was easy. The terminal is right there. Large empty building, then a walk up a long colonnade. When we got to the end of the pier, there were quite a few with tables and such sat up along the sidewalk, no grouped vendors like you see in most ports. A few were aggressive in selling their wares. There were at least 6 panhandlers there too. We looked at a few things then returned to the ship. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
The ship docks in Old San Juan. We ventured out on our own and visited a fort (San Cristobal) for $7 each - it was really big with lots to see, we spent a lot of time there and really enjoyed exploring it. Could have visited El Morro ... Read More
The ship docks in Old San Juan. We ventured out on our own and visited a fort (San Cristobal) for $7 each - it was really big with lots to see, we spent a lot of time there and really enjoyed exploring it. Could have visited El Morro fort also with our tickets. We walked around Old San Juan and did some shopping for souvenirs. Found the "umbrella" street, and stopped in a cafe for drinks and chips/queso. Really enjoyable; easy walking and easy to get around. Read Less

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