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We almost didn’t make the last city tour that departs from the Parque de Bombas on the city’s trolleys. We called ahead to let them know we were on our way from Orocovis and we made it 10 mins before closing time. The staff was...More
It’s an absolutely beautiful building and it clearly stands out. There are a few food vendors around as well as a couple restaurants. It is very close to a shopping street where you can pick up local Porter Rican items. It’s a lot of fun...More
An 1882 building with a unique appearance....black and red. This is one of the iconic photo opps in Ponce. Peek inside (it's open) and you'll find some antique fire fighting apparatus and a hook and ladder truck from days gone by.
My family and I were thrill with this historical fire house. There is so much history and they have kept it very well. The people were friendly and took their time to show us all around, let us take pictures and gave us so much...More
As part of our tour of Ponce we stopped at Parque de Bombas. This is the town's first fire station built in 1883. The fire station is free to visit and quite popular with the tourists. The entire firehouse will take less than a half...More
It didn't take long to go through the inside, worth stopping for 15 minutes - especially since it's free. The man staffing the building though was wonderfully helpful - he answered all of our questions about Ponce, explained the significance of the Lions to the...More
They have a trolley running withing certain hours of the day. But service is very limited, so you should relly on your feets to walk around the center, and your car to go to the different atractions out of the center.