Start at calle San Sebastián and walk down to Calle del Cristo and Fortalezza. We found charming artist stores, wonderful cafés, cheap clothes. I loved it all
Start at the top at Calle San Sebastian and enjoy your walk down. Visit El Convento Hotel, have a drink or snack at any of the restaurants along the way. Visit San Juan Cathedral, view La Fortaleza, Capilla del Cristo and end at Parque de las Palomas. Great shopping along the way.
Calle del Cristo in the quiet hours around dawn or late at night reflects to me what Old San Juan has looked like for centuries. Yes, it's a busy shopping street that unfortunately with the currently economy is not as packed as it was 8 years ago, but the bones of this street have hardly changed through the mirror of... More
Calle del Cristo 9English translation: Christ Street) is yet another great street/area of Old San Juan. The streets are cobblestone and provide a great historic feel. There are shops and restaurants. A must stop is Spicy Caribbee, which carries a variety of tasty sauces, spices and teas at reasonable prices. There is also Parque de las Palomas ( Pigeon Park)... More
This used to be a Famous Brand product crowded street, but now it is like abandoned, few people could be seen and a lot of empty stores waiting to be rented, the Old san Juan Government must do something to bring more tourists, Old san Juan is very important to the whole Puerto Rico, and this street used to create... More
Great street to meander around. So many shoppes to visit. I'm not much of a shopper type but I have to admit, it's a great place to walk around and check out. There are many small great stores and boutiques to check out. The store owners and workers are customer friendly. The streets are centuries old and great to travel
Between the Coach outlet store, where there are some real bargains, to some of Old San Juan's better restaurants, this street is always worth a visit. I have gone there each of my last 10 trips to PR and always will in the future
Beautiful street with two of the most important places in Old SJ: Parque de las Palomas ( Pidgeon Park) and Cristo Chapel, an old and historic structure that remains the culture of PR. Review from a local :)
Calle del Cristo, with the chapel right at the end of the street on top of the city walls, is one of the most cobblestoned streets beautiful in the Old City. It is filled with nice shops and restaurants and plenty of historic places, including San Juan Cathedral and El Convento Hotel, to visit.
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