Castillo San Felipe del Morro
Named in honor of King Phillip II of Spain, this fort was once used to guard the entrance to San Juan Bay. In 1983, the site was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations. It has since become one of Puerto Rico’s leading tourist attractions and one of the best places to experience views of the San Juan Bay.
Colorful san Juan
The colors in San Juan are endless...literally! Everywhere you turn in the city, you will experience vibrant hues. Stroll down the cobblestone streets while taking in the astonishing views. From some streets, you can even see straight out to the water!
Puerto Rico is known for crafting some of the most delicious coffee in the world. San Juan is home to dozens of the best little coffee shops this island has to offer. Experience the enchanting aromas of fresh, farm grown coffee, from coffee plantations that have been in Puerto Rican families for hundreds of years.