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Puerto Rico Travel: Most Popular Articles

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Why You Should Visit Puerto Rico on Three Kings...
January 6 is Three Kings Day in Puerto Rico. Learn more about why this is such a special day on the calendar, and an integral part of Puerto Rican culture and folklore.
Traveling to Puerto Rico? 8 Things You Should...
Want to make the most out of your vacation? Here is information on when to go, what to pack, and what you need to know before you travel to Puerto Rico.
The Best of the Best: Top Five Attractions in...
There is so much to see and do in Puerto Rico. Here are some of the best sights on the island, including an ancient fortress, a bioluminescent bay and more.
Celebrate a Puerto Rican Christmas
If you’re visiting the island during the Christmas season (and it’s one of the best, most festive times to be here), you'll be in for a few surprises. Local traditions add a unique spirit to the holiday. Here's what you need to know to celebrate a Puerto Rican Christmas.
5 Dishes You Must Try in Puerto Rico
These classic meals show the full range of the island's local cuisine that makes these five foods unique to Puerto Rico and a must-try for visitors.
The Food of Christmas in Puerto Rico
As with any major holiday, Puerto Ricans have a particular menu for Christmas. Not surprisingly, a certain roast suckling pig everyone knows and loves makes an appearance, but so do pasteles and tembleque and the 'Rican version of egg nog.
Why Puerto Rico Is Part of the U.S. But Isn't a...
A description of the relationship between Puerto Rico and the U.S., including citizenship, taxes, local views on statehood, and political affiliation.
The Top 10 Things to Do in Old San Juan
For a small corner of a major capital, Old San Juan has plenty to offer. Here are the best can't-miss experiences in the old walled city.
New Year's Eve in Puerto Rico: Where to Go to...
New Year's Eve in Puerto Rico is always a time to party until 2014 is well under way. Check out the biggest bashes and balls in Puerto Rico this New Year's Eve.
10 Things You Probably Didn't Know about Puerto...
A list of ten interesting and quirky facts about Puerto Rico to help you learn more about one of the most unique destinations in the Caribbean.
Only Have a Week in Puerto Rico? Try This Great...
Day 1 of the itinerary consists of arriving, checking in, and setting out to explore San Juan.
5 San Juan Restaurants You Must Try
These five San Juan restaurants run the gamut from offerings by award-winning master chefs, creative fusion concepts, and one local favorite.
Why El Morro Is Puerto Rico's Most Popular...
What you need to know to visit Old San Juan's ancient fortress, one of the island's cultural treasures and the most popular historic site in Puerto Rico.
How Safe Is Puerto Rico for Tourists?
A list of frequently asked questions about safety in Puerto Rico, including details on crime, health, and emergency numbers.
9 Biggest Parties and Events in Puerto Rico...
There is always a party somewhere in Puerto Rico, but here is a listing of the island's major events, holidays, and festivals throughout the year.
Five Reasons to Spend Christmas in Puerto Rico
If you want to spice up your holiday season with a bit of exotic Caribbean flare, I can't think of a better destination than Puerto Rico. In fact, I'll give you five reasons why Christmas in Puerto Rico is a memorable and unique celebration.
December Calendar of Events in Puerto Rico
A listing of festivals, holidays and events in Puerto Rico throughout December. It's Christmastime, New Year's Eve, and there are parties, concerts, culinary fests and more to look forward to.
10 Cool Things You Can Do While Vacationing in...
A list of the best places in Puerto Rico for a variety of activities, including best place to spot a whale, the best place to pop the question, and more.
Liven Up Your Nightlife with the 3 Sexiest San...
While many Puerto Ricans tend to gravitate toward smaller venues, the San Juan nightclubs still draw heavy crowds that keep the party going until dawn.
Your Guide to Visiting the Vieques Biobay
Mosquito Bay is one of the most bioluminescent bays in the world. Here is what you need to know to visit the unique and awe-inspiring natural phenomenon.
What Is Mofongo?
Mofongo is the signature dish of Puerto Rico, a mashed mound of plantains into which a combination of seafood, meat, or vegetables is added.
The 8 Best Places to Buy Authentic Souvenirs in...
This list will help you shop for authentic Puerto Rican souvenirs, from vejigante masks to cigars to thousand-dollar panama hats, when you're in San Juan.
Take a Walking Tour of Old San Juan with 7...
An easy-to-follow walking tour of Old San Juan that covers the major historic and cultural highlights, including El Morro, La Rogativa, and more.
A Visual Tour of the Beaches of Puerto Rico
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches.
In Puerto Rico for the Weekend? A 3-Day...
This three-day itinerary lets you enjoy a few different sides of Puerto Rico, including a Old San Juan walking tour, El Yunque, and a day on the water.
Top 5 Kid-Friendly Hotels in Puerto Rico
These hotels in Puerto Rico go out of their way to take care of the whole family, offering kids-only facilities, children's programs, and family specials.
The 4 Best Places for Shopaholics in San Juan
A guide to San Juan's main shopping areas, including where to go for high fashion, souvenirs, jewelry, bargains, and art, among other items.
Lechón
Lechón, or roast suckling pig, is the popular choice for any large gathering. It's a time consuming process, but when done right, delivers a smoky, delicious feast.
The Inside Scoop on the Bacardi Distillery Tour...
An overview of the free Bacardi's massive distillery tour in Cataño, which presents an interesting family history, an island tradition, and free samples!
Visit El Yunque National Rainforest in Puerto...
The only tropical rainforest in the U.S. Forest Service, El Yunque is an integral part of Puerto Rico and one of the island's most popular attractions.
Rustic Retreats and Island Luxury: The Top Five...
The hotels in Vieques encompass everything from budget guesthouse to architectural wonder; here's a list of the five best inns and hotels.
Placing Bets at Top Casino Hotels in San Juan
Did you know that in Puerto Rico all the casinos are in hotels? Here are the best casino hotels in San Juan, including Isla Verde, Condado and Old San Juan.
San Juan Neighborhoods: Guide to Isla Verde
A complete guide to Isla Verde, the fancy resort strip of San Juan, including hotels, restaurants, attractions, historical monuments, and more.
La Casita Blanca: Home Cooking at One of the...
In the heart of Santurce, La Casita Blanca is a Puerto Rican institution where locals and discerning tourists come for authentic down-home cooking. It's worth going out of your way.
Condado, San Juan: A Trendy Vacation Spot You...
A complete guide to Condado, one of San Juan's most exclusive districts thanks to its fashionable shopping, beautiful beach, and excellent dining.
Recipe for Puerto Rican Lechon, Roast Suckling...
A recipe for Lechón, Puerto Rico's beloved roast suckling pig. This dish typifies local cuisine and is practically a Sunday ritual among Puerto Rican families.
Five Ways to Have Fun in Puerto Rico on a Rainy...
Whether it's hurricane season or just a spate of bad weather, here are a list of things to see and do on a rainy day in Puerto Rico, from jumping in the water to visiting priceless works of art.
Where to Eat Puerto Rican Food in San Juan
Where in San Juan can you find true island cooking, including mofongo, asopao, and lechón? The restaurants on this list have you covered.
Myths, Legends, and Superstitions: The Folklore...
A taste of the rich mythology and folklore of Puerto Rico, including Indian legends, forbidden romance, blood-sucking monsters and religious miracles.
The Story Behind the Vejigante Mask of Puerto...
The Vejigante Mask is one of Puerto Rico's most colorful arts and crafts. Learn the story behind these vibrant creations.
Updated Marriage Requirements for Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico revised its marriage requirements in 2012 that make it easier than ever to get married on the island. Here's what you need to know.
A Guide to Budget Travel to Puerto Rico
A comprehensive resource for the budget-minded traveler, from cheap hotels around the island, to great bargain restaurants, to free activities.
The Best Breakfast Restaurants in San Juan
If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, you need to know where to eat when you're in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Start with these restaurants.
Puerto Rico's Biobays
An overview of Puerto Rico's three biolomuniscent bays, and the unforgettable (but varying) glow-in-the-dark experiences they offer.
Calendar of Events in Puerto Rico
A comprehensive calendar of events throughout Puerto Rico, broken down by month, with links to the island's biggest parties and festivals.
10 Outstanding Outdoor Activities in Puerto Rico
10 wonderful ways to spend a day outdoors in Puerto Rico, whether you like to dive into the water, take to the air, spend a day in the forest, or even glow in the dark.
Safety Tips for Travelers to Puerto Rico
While Puerto Rico is relatively safe, crime does exist, so tourists must exercise some caution. Here is a list of tips and suggestions for staying safe.
Which of Puerto Rico's Beaches Should You...
A handy guide to Puerto Rico's beaches, including some of the best places to sail, surf, snorkel, dive, and swim in Puerto Rico.
Getting the Best Bling for Your Buck
A listing of the best bets for jewelry shopping in San Juan, including specialty stores that focus on a particular style or type of jewelry.
Enjoy Your Dream Vacation at the Top 10 Hotels...
A list of the best hotels in Puerto Rico, ranging from boutique properties in Old San Juan to a stylish resort on Vieques Island.
Common Phrases and Sayings to Help You Speak...
From pickup lines to insults, knowing a few of these sayings will help you communicate with, understand, and maybe even surprise local Puerto Ricans.
10 Ways Vieques is different from Culebra
Vieques and Culebra are Puerto Rico's island jewels. But although both are amazing destinations, they are also quite unlike each other. Here are ten differences between the islands.
Piñones Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 23.
6 Reasons to Visit Puerto Rico in Hurricane...
Hurricane season isn't usually the best time to visit the Caribbean, but take a closer look at why Puerto Rico might be an excellent off-season destination.
Don't Miss the 7 Best Bars in San Juan
Bars in San Juan are diverse and plentiful, from hole-in-the-wall pubs to multi-level, multi-environment establishments. Here are some of the best.
10 Terrific Tours to Take in Puerto Rico
Here are ten tours that bring you the best of Puerto Rico's cultural, natural, culinary and adventurous attractions.
Child's Play: Fun Activities for Kids in Puerto...
A list of kid-friendly or kid-specific activites in Puerto Rico, including museums, water parks, water sports, and other ideas for the whole family.
Arroz Con Gandules
Arroz con Gandules is Puerto Rico's national dish, a simple combination of rice, sofrito, ham, and pigeon peas.
The Best Free Activities in Puerto Rico
Sure, you can spend lavishly and fulfill your heart's desire on this island, but it's nice to know that you have your choice of free activities in Puerto Rico to enjoy. Here are a few diverse ways to spend absolutely nothing and have a good time on the island.
5 Things Not To Do in Old San Juan
Old San Juan offers no end of activities, sightseeing and entertainment options for travelers. But here are five things not to do in the walled city.
Cheap Day Trips From San Juan
A list of day trips from San Juan that won't break the bank, including two forests, many beaches and a few long bus rides into the interior.
Where (and What) to Eat on Christmas in San Juan
Everything you need to know about Christmas dining in Puerto Rico, from the classic recipes to which San Juan restaurants are open and serving the rich, hearty, and delicious food that fuels the season.
January Calendar of Events in Puerto Rico
A listing of festivals, holidays and events in Puerto Rico throughout January. It's still Christmastime on the island, and the Three Kings are on their way. But it's also the month for patron saints, especially in Old San Juan.
Health and Safety Risks in Puerto Rico
A list of health safety risks for travelers who are visiting Puerto Rico.
5 Super Romantic Things to Do in Puerto Rico
There is no shortage of romantic things to do in Puerto Rico; even a walk on the beach at sunset has its rewards. Here are a few ideas to spur your romantic island escape, including horseback riding on the beach, swimming in a bioluminescent bay, dancing salsa and catching a show.
All About Puerto Rican Rum
A history of rum, Puerto Rico's most famous drink and its chief export. From the 1600s, this island has been producing the world's finest rum, following a tradition that continues to this day.
Five Things To Do in Isabela, Puerto Rico's...
Located on the northwest coast of Puerto Rico, Isabela, is known for its local cheese, Paso Fino horses, and plenty of cultural and natural attractions.
Carolina Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 22.
Piñones Offers a Sunny, Sandy, and...
You don't have to go far out of San Juan to experience Puerto Rico at its greasiest, crispiest best. Just get in a car or taxi, head out to Pinones, and pick your favorite seaside shacks, stall, or small restaurant
Planning Your Puerto Rico Vacation
Tips, suggestions, and ideas to help you plan your puerto rico vacation, including where to visit, where to stay, what to eat, what to see, and what you need to know before you travel.
Christmas in Old San Juan - 2013
Christmas in Old San Juan is magical, colorful and full of joy. Discover where to go and what to see in the old city during the holidays.
All About Coffee in Puerto Rico
A summary of coffee in Puerto Rico, including how coffee is served, where to visit coffee plantations, and the history of the coffee industry on the island.
Isla Verde Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 24.
Night Tales in San Juan: A Refreshing Nighttime...
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Cheap Eats: Great Bargain Restaurants in San Juan
A list of bargain restuarants in San Juan, including cheap but tasty eateries in Old San Juan, Ocean Park, Isla Verde and Santurce.
El San Juan Hotel & Casino: A Storied Tradition...
Review of the El San Juan Hotel & Casino, including restaurants, shopping, casino and nightlife.
Pictures of Christmas in Puerto Rico
A visual guide to the lights and decorations of a festive Christmas in Puerto Rico. These photos, taken in Old San Juan, show the city in one of its most lovely and festive seasons.
Where to Play Golf in Puerto Rico
Combining the visual cornucopia of its environment with courses designed by some of the biggest names in the business, here are the island's best courses.
The Arecibo Observatory: A Marvel of Science...
A description of the Arecibo Observatory, the world’s largest single-dish radio telescope, including how to get there and tour companies offering tours to the site.
5 Ways to Celebrate Christmas in Puerto Rico
Christmas is a long and festive season in Puerto Rico, beginning after Thanksgiving and stretching beyond Three Kings Day on January 6. Here are five unique ways to celebrate if you're spending the holidays in Puerto Rico.
Castillo de San Cristóbal: The Largest...
After visiting El Morro, most visitors head to The Castillo de San Cristóbal, El Morro's partner in the defense of the city during the 18th and 19th Centuries.
Review of Brava Nightclub in San Juan
Review of Club Brava, one of San Juan's best clubs, at the El San Juan Hotel in Isla Verde. If you like to dance, flirt, and mingle with a young and hip crowd, this is the place to be.
Black Sand Beach - Vieques
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 21.
Not Just a Backpacker Special: Cheap (But Good)...
Whether you're a student counting every dollar or simply a budget traveler, these lodging options are some of the most wallet-friendly beds in Puerto Rico.
How to Get Around in Puerto Rico
Need help getting around Puerto Rico? Here are your transportation options on the ground, including ferries taxis, and airlines that service the island.
Alcohol Alchemists:
A listing of Puerto Rico's best cocktails drinks, found in some of the island's hottest hotels, bars and lounges. These rum-based libations are a hit with locals and tourists alike. From the original Piña Colada to the drink that won the Bacardi Grand Prix in 2006, these signature mixed drinks will tease the taste buds and mellow the senses.
Visiting the Catedral de San Juan in Old San Juan
What to see when you visit the Catedral de San Juan in Old San Juan
Bahía Salinas - Salt Flats and White Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 16.
Visiting the Home of Ponce de León at La...
A museum in Old San Juan that was once the home of Ponce de Leon's family, La Casa Blanca is one of the oldest residences in Puerto Rico and the first fort of the old city.
Punta Tuna
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 17.
Luquillo Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 9.
Flamenco Show and Dinner Tour in Old San Juan
A speical tour from Flavors of San Juan combines an authhentic Spanish dinner and flamenco show in Old San Juan.
Asopao
Asopao is a kind of stew that is considered the most traditional Puerto Rican dish. Usually made with chicken or seafood, asopao is like meatloaf, in that there are many varieties and “special recipe” versions of the dish.
Taxi, Bus, or Rental: Getting Around San Juan
Should you rent a car, take taxis, or wait for the bus while you're in San Juan? Here's a breakdown of your transportation options in the capital city.
Gay and Lesbian Hangouts in San Juan
Puerto Rico has long been considered one of the most gay-friendly islands in the Caribbean. Here are five of the best hotspots in the capital.
Palomonitos Island
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 3.
Sun Bay Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 10.
Condado Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 8.
San Juan Neighborhoods: Guide to Old San Juan
Explore over 400 years of history in Old San Juan, the historic and cultural center of Puerto Rico and the main attraction for most tourists.
Best Honeymoon Destinations in Puerto Rico
A list of the best honeymoon destinations in Puerto Rico, whether you crave the romance of an old colonial city, the azure waters of a world-class beach, or the lush seclusion of the rainforest.
Green Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 20.
Flamenco Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 4.
Travel Time to Puerto Rico from Major U.S. Cities
Planning a trip to Puerto Rico? Here's a list of flight times to San Juan from L.A., New York, Chicago and several other major U.S. cities.
Everything You Need to Know About The Ponce...
There are few events in Puerto Rico to match the Ponce Carnival. This annual event transforms the normally quiet city of Ponce into an explosion of color, culture, music, and revelry. Here are the highlights.
West Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 6.
Pools Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 18.
Bahía Sucia - The Not-So-Dirty Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 15.
The Five Most Romantic Restaurants in San Juan
Where should you take your loved one for that special evening out? Where do you want to dine to cap off a romantic island escape or, even more important, to pop the question? In San Juan, good restaurants are easy to find. These five, however, offer the ambience, intimacy, superior cuisine and top-class service that you're looking for when nothing less than the best will do.
Seven Sexy San Juan Lounges
When the sun goes down, San Juan revs up, and San Juan lounges open their doors. Your choices of nightlife vary according to taste, passion, and ability to stay awake. If you're looking for a mellow night out nestled in the cool confines of a comfy couch while sampling a tropical cocktail, check out one of these seven sexy San Juan lounges.
Playa Boquerón
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 7.
The Early History of Puerto Rico
A brief history of Puerto Rico's discovery by Columbus and founding as a colony by Juan Ponce de Leon.
Review of La Plaza del Mercado in Santurce, San...
A review of La Plaza del Mercado, also known as La Placita, a traditional marketplace that morphs into an open-air party from Thursday to Sunday nights.
Discovering Guavate, Puerto Rico's Ruta del...
Guavate has gained international fame for its Ruta del Lechón, a winding road that takes you to what many feel is the best Roast Suckling Pig in the world.
How to Celebrate a Puerto Rican Thanksgiving`
A description of a typical Puerto Rican Thanskgiving, focusing on the most important element: the feast. Puerto Ricans put their own culinary touch on the menu ... and then they do what everyone in the U.S. does ... take it easy with their families.
Puerto Rican Pasteles
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Sightseeing Tours in San Juan
From free trolleys to guided excursions that take you in and out of the capital's monuments, boutiques and restaurants, these tours offer a fun and creative way to explore San Juan.
Reinventing 'Rican Seafood: Aguaviva Makes a...
Aguaviva leads the vanguard of creative fusion cooking in San Juan. From its funky aquarium-cool decor to its delicious seafood creations, it's one of the freshest places in town.
Mar Chiquita
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 12.
5 Reasons to Visit Rincón and Puerto...
Rincón has long been known as the surfing capital of the Caribbean. But there is more to this west coast town than its gnarly waves.
Sports in Puerto Rico: Where to Play, What to...
A listing of sports in Puerto Rico, including what to see, where to go, and the island's biggest events in baseball, sailing, surfing, golf, and more.
Sandy Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 19.
Review of El Conquistador Resort Hotel in...
A review of the sprawling and full-of-amenities El Conquistador Resort, which offers guests a complete vacation experience unlike any other hotel in Puerto Rico.
Red Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 2.
Top Natural Attractions in Puerto Rico
A description of the best natural attractions around the island. From a one-of-akind rainforest to a 22-mile undersea wall, Puerto Rico has its share of beautiful, unique, and breathtaking natural wonders.
El Escambrón Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 11.
Domes Beach - The Surfer's Paradise
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 14.
Fashion Shopping in San Juan: 10 Unique Boutiques
Ten fashion boutiques worth a browse when you go shopping in San Juan.
Ocean Park Beach
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 5.
Playa Combate - The Longest Beach in Puerto Rico
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turquoise waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 miles of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches. Page 13.
Spending A Weekend on Vieques Island
On your first day in Vieques, you'll want to get to your hotel, rent a car or jeep, and then get out to enjoy the island's pristine beaches. Page 2.
Review of the W Retreat & Spa, Vieques'...
A review of the W Retreat & Spa, a chic, unique, and sleek luxury hotel on Vieques Island.
A Review of the Camuy Caves in Puerto Rico
Among Puerto Rico's many natural wonders, the Camuy Caves are among its most unique, ancient, and wondrous.
Chuletas Can Can
A musical-sounding name for a local classic: Puerto Rican-style pork chops.
Your Friendly Neighborhood Puerto Rico Tourism...
A listing of Puerto Rico Tourism Company Offices in North America, where you can pick up brochures and ask questions about traveling to Puerto Rico.
Playa Tortuga
Ah, the beaches of Puerto Rico. Soft, white sands, turqoiuse waters, and near-perfect weather nearly all the time. The island's most marketable asset doesn't disappoint, and there are over 230 mileso of them for you to explore. Let this guide be your visual introduction to some of Puerto Rico's most beautiful beaches.
Spend a Day in Fajardo
Have only one day left and want to do something different (and special)? Have a car? Then head out early and spend a day in Fajardo, located on the beautiful eastern corner of Puerto Rico. Natural wonders, excellent local food, and an unforgettable nighttime experience await you.
Condado After Dark - San Juan's Nightlife Hotspot
The chic Condado neighborhood after dark is one of San Juan's best bets, thanks to its cool lounges, bars, and hotspots.
Zipline Adventures in Puerto Rico
A list of tour companies that offer zipline, rappelling, and other adrenaline-pumping excursions into Puerto Rico's interior.
Pavochón
Pavochón is a Turkey cooked in the manner of a lechón, or roast pork. It's a uniquely 'Rican take on a Thanksgiving classic.
Puerto Rico Hotels - Best Hotels to Party in...
There are all kinds of hotels in Puerto Rico, but these ones are on the top of my list to visit when I'm looking for a party, a place to hang out at night, or a special event bash.
February Calendar of Events in Puerto Rico
February is a busy month in Puerto Rico. Enjoy events and special occasions including Valentine's Day, the Ponce Carnival and the Casals Festival.
Recipe for Puerto Rican Sofrito
A recipe for sofrito, the mix of herbs and vegetables that forms the base of most Puerto Rican cooking.
Mallorcas
The Puerto Rican Danish, this breakfast food is a buttery bread grilled and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Mallorcas can be eaten with any combination of ham, egg, and cheese.
Some of Puerto Rico's Best Beaches Are on This...
On this small island, you have ample choice of beaches. Some people love to beach-hop, others prefer to find that one sun-kissed spot that will hold them for the day. Here's a guide to 10 of my favorites.
Dining at the Luquillo Kiosks
A review of the rustic, authentic, diverse and delicious row of around 60 roadside kiosks along Route 3 in the town of Luquillo, PR.
Great Restaurants in San Juan for Lunch
My list of the best restaurants to grab lunch in San Juan, whether you're on the go and want a quick bite or prefer to take a lengthy break and enjoy a lively, vibrant spot.
Best Spa Hotels in Puerto Rico
A review of the best spa resorts in Puerto Rico, featuring flagship properties like the Ritz-Carlton, the W, St. Regis, Waldorf Astoria and Wyndham.
5 Aerial Adventures to Try in Puerto Rico
Skydiving, Parasailing, Hang gliding, Ziplining and Helicopter rides. Try any of these aerial sports the next time you visit Puerto Rico.
Five Unique Places to Get Married in Puerto Rico
A list of five unforgettable tropical venues where you can have your wedding. If you want to get married in Puerto Rico, these locations will make your Caribbean destination dreams come true.
Spring Break in Puerto Rico
A few reasons why Puerto Rico is a destination worth looking into for Spring Break
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