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Cafe La Plage

Located about 10 miles from San Juan and known for serving up authentic Spanish paella beachside, La Plage in Carolina, Puerto Rico is a must-dine while visiting San Jaun.

4851 Isla Verde Ave
Carolina 00979, Puerto Rico

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Castillo San Felipe del Morro

El Morro aka Fuerte San Felipe del Morro is another popular tourist attraction in San Juan. It is one of two forts inside the San Juan National Historic Site. This trail allows tourists to walk around the 6-story fortress built between 1539 and 1589.

501 Calle Norzagary
San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico

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El Convento Hotel

El Convento, an old convent constructed in 1650, was transformed into one of the best luxury hotels in Old San Juan. The hotel is located within walking distance of world-class museums, historic landmarks and the city’s vibrant nightlife.

100 Cristo St
Old San Juan, Puerto Rico 00901

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Fort San Cristobal

The fort, the largest Spanish fort in the Western hemisphere, was built in 1783 to protect the city against land attacks and is a must-see tourist attraction when in San Juan.

501 Norzagaray St
San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico

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La Concha Resort

Originally built in 1958, the resort recently underwent a $100-million facelift. By day, it's all about the beach and the multilevel infinity pools; by night there are 5 restaurants and bars to fit your every mood.

1077 Ave Doctor Ashford
San Juan, 00907, Puerto Rico

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Luis Munoz Marin International Airport

Located in Carolina, just about 3 miles southeast from downtown San Juan, Luis Munoz Marin International is a joint civil-military international airport.

Carolina, 00979, Puerto Rico

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Restaurant Raices

Stop in at Raices for their famous Chuleta Kan-Kan, an enormous deep-fried pork chop in a crispy pork rind.

315 Calle Recinto Sur
San Juan, PR 00901