Locals call Puerto Rico la isla del encanto, “the island of enchantment.” The capital, San Juan, is its heart and soul. Established in 1508, San Juan is the second-oldest settlement in the New World and the oldest city under US jurisdiction. Today, it’s a place of contrasts—appealing historical town and a modern metropolis, an intriguing blend of old and new. Towering skyscrapers and 5-star hotels are surrounded by forts, churches, and cobblestoned streets.
Puerto Rico Tourism
Puerto Rico is a treasure trove that few can say they have explored in its entirety. The island combines urban and nature experiences: from world-renowned relaxing beaches to high-adrenaline adventures; from excellent shopping to unique cultural offerings. Pack your bags, get on board, and come visit Puerto Rico.
Kayaking in a bio-bay is a one-of-a-kind experience. The tropical waters light up like fireflies and produce a magical glow that no film or photo can truly capture.
Ponce, Puerto Rico’s second-largest city, beckons with its own historic attractions and lavish architecture.
Stroll and shop in Old San Juan. The Spanish-colonial city’s cobblestoned streets reveal its 500-year history while offering keepsakes like vejigante masks, hand-rolled cigars, and guayabera shirts.