Lots to see and walk around and interact with the locals and other tourists. The water is beautiful. We enjoyed our ice cream and took in the sites.
The fort El Morro is a sight to see! Take the time to tour the fort and watch the short movie there ...it explains the importance of the fort and how it came to be. Beautiful location for picture taking of the town and the sea. The free open air shuttle will take you up the long sidewalk right to... More
Many winding staircases and incredible views! I would definitely go back. It's a great piece of history that has existed for centuries and it's breathtaking!
The Skinny- Parking: none at the Fort, public lots avail but it is a WALK 1/4 mile Fee: yes but it was free on President's day Bathrooms: decent facilities Gift Shop: yes, same stuff as other Fort Wear: Sturdy shoes for walking, slipper when wet, steep inclines Time: 1.5 hours It was gorgeous out when we toured this Historical site.... More
San Juan has many excellent attractions, but be prepared to walk around a ton and climb many stairs. The forts have a lot of area to cover if you want to see everything. I would definitely recommend this if you've never seen it before.
We enjoyed visiting yet another fortress. It is interesting to compare the differencies between Spanish and English fortifications. This one also had nice program, in the form of a cannon firing...... :)
The fort was really beautifully maintained - what was left of it anyway. It only took us about 10 minutes to go through the whole thing and see what information they had there, well worth the $5 it cost to go in. The real beauty of the fort is seeing it juxtaposed with the sea and you can take some... More
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