San Juan, located halfway between the Bahamas and the northeast coast of South America, is a major port and tourist resort. A majority of cruise liners have chosen San Juan as the embarkation point for Southern Caribbean trips. It is the largest processing center on the island producing sugar, cement, pharmaceuticals, metal products, and tobacco.
Make your way to Old San Juan, a 465 year old neighborhood used as a military stronghold. The city also includes several hundred 16th and 17th century Spanish colonial buildings.
If you want to catch a baseball game, head out to San Juan's Hiram Bithorn Stadium and watch them play baseball Puerto Rican Style.
For you shoppers, The Plaza las Americas is where to go. There you will see small boutique stores which sell unique gifts and souvenirs.
Paseo Concepcion de Gracia
Old San Juan Pier
Pier (Muelle) #4
Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
Traveling from the San Juan International Airport - Take Baldorioty Avenue. Follow Baldorioty Ave. to San Juan (follow the signs). On the right, you will see a sign for Puentes Dos Hermanos (Condado Lagoon); stay in the left-hand lane and you will enter Puerta de Tierra. After three traffic lights, you will see the waterfront. Continue on Concepcion de Garcia Ave. until you reach the port.
Pan American Pier
Pan American Pier East & West Isla Grande, Santurce, Puerto Rico
From Luis Munoz Marin International Airport Exit the airport merging onto A-26 (Expreso Roman Baldorioty De Castro) towards San Juan. At the completion of A-26, the road will split with Yacht Club to the left and the Condado Lagoon to the right. Turn left onto C-1S/Avenida Manuel Fernandez Juncos. Continue to your right past the yacht club where the Avenida Manuel Fernandez Juncos will become Calle Villa Verde. At the light, turn right onto Calle Lindbergh which will take you to the port entrance.
AIRPORT INFORMATION: Luis Munoz Marin International Airport Travel time to Port - approximately 25 minutes