San Juan Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in San Juan - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Parque de las Palomas

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The small, shaded park bordering Old San Juan's Capilla del Cristo has a large stone wall with pigeonholes cut into it. Hundreds of ...

Paseo de la Princesa

  • Plaza/Square/Piazza

Built in the mid-19th century to honor the Spanish princess of Asturias, this street has a broad pedestrian walkway and is spruced up...

Playa de Ocean Park

  • Beach–Sight

The residential neighborhood east of Condado and west of Isla Verde is home to this 1-mi-long (1½-km-long) stretch of golden sand. The...

Playa del Condado

  • Beach–Sight

East of Old San Juan and west of Ocean Park, this long, wide beach is overshadowed by an unbroken string of hotels and apartment buildings.

Plaza de Armas

  • Plaza/Square/Piazza

The Old City's original main square was once used as military drilling grounds. Bordered by Calles San Francisco, Rafael Cordero, San...

Plaza de Colón

  • Plaza/Square/Piazza

The Americas' tallest statue of Christopher Columbus stands atop a soaring column and fountain in this bustling Old San Juan square,...

Plazuela de la Rogativa

  • Plaza/Square/Piazza

According to legend, the British, while laying siege to the city in 1797, mistook the flaming torches of a rogativa —religious procession—for...

Puerta de San Juan

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Dating back to 1520, this was one of the five original entrances to the city and is the only one still in its original state. The massive...

The Ritz-Carlton Spa, San Juan

  • Spa–Sight

Popular treatments at this posh spa include stone therapy, the balancing lomilomi massage, based on a Hawaiian ritual mimicking waves,...

Zen Spa

  • Spa–Sight

This family-run spa focuses on wellness, with staff trained in Western, Chinese, and Ayurvedic techniques, but all kinds of treatments...

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