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All reviews old san juan colorful umbrellas lots of shops marmalade arts and crafts great shopping pina colada colorful buildings nice walk puerto rico old city jewelry barrachina stroll mansion governor cruise
Lots of shops, lots of local vendors & an enjoyable day while San Juan was one of our ports of call. Got a great deal on a wedding band, anniversary present for my husband. Shopped in several souvenir shops, a stop in Gold Elements for...More
Calle de Forteleza (Forteleza Street) is a main street in old San Juan City. There are many shops, resturants, bars, and hotels along Forteleza. Among my favorites are Barachina (home of the Pina Coloda), Casa Blanca Hotel, Sofias Resturant, and Don Tacos. The atmosphere and...More
This is my first solo trip in San juan Puerto Rico and I am filled with happiness. It is full of Culture, lots of differnt types of shops and restaurants....The umbrellas by the governor's home is a must I love it!
You cannot miss this popular spot due to the many colorful umbrellas suspended above the cobblestone street. This was the first road to be constructed in Puerto Rico and leads directly to the wrought iron gates at La Fortaleza, the governor’s mansion (see separate review)....More
Calle Fortaleza was the first road ever constructed in Puerto Rico and it leads you to the Governor’s mansion. The beautiful cobblestone street has a fun vibe with lots of people taking selfies. There are also many colorful umbrellas floating above the historic buildings—a part...More
Lovely little street in old town with colorful umbrellas. Adds charm to this historic location. We went in the night which was good but seems like the umbrellas would look nicer in the daytime under the sun