San Juan

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One of the biggest museums in the Caribbean, this beautiful neoclassical building was once the San Juan Municipal Hospital. — Fodor's
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The breathtaking setting makes it the city's most popular attraction, so things can get crowded. — Concierge
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Castillo de San Cristóbal in old San Juan: Don't miss the opportunity to visit a piece of history standing over 500 years. Walk, marvel, inhale, and continue... Repeat... — Afar Magazine
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Explore the first military structure built on the island and one of the oldest monuments in San Juan. — Afar Magazine
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Tours of the building's first floor, including the chapel, dungeon, and the gardens, are given on a daily basis. — Travel + Leisure
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Worth a stop to see examples of the trove of Taíno artifacts unearthed by university scholars in recent digs. — Lonely Planet
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A lush tropical garden... the orchid garden is exceptional. — Frommer's
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Today it is a museum honoring the memory of this legendary Puerto Rican figure, and it also serves as a venue for concerts and experimental theater. — Lonely Planet
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This Georgian-style structure, once a public school, displays a dynamic range of works by established and up-and-coming Latin American artists. — Fodor's
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Today it’s a landmark in the old city and one of its best-known historical monuments. The chapel’s gold and silver altar can be seen through its glass doors. — Frommer's
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The spiritual and architectural centerpiece of Old San Juan began construction in 1540 as a replacement for a thatch-roofed chapel that was blown apart by a hurricane in 1529. — Frommer's
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Houses four permanent exhibits: Folk Arts, African Heritage, the Indian in America, and Conquest and Colonization. — Fodor's
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Hemmed in by hotel towers and punctuated by rocky outcrops, Condado’s narrow beaches are busier than Ocean Park’s, but less exclusive than Isla Verde’s. — Lonely Planet
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Set within the Casa del Contrefueras, this museum documents the African contribution to the sociology of Puerto Rico. — Frommer's
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The City Hall, with its double arcade flanked by two towers resembling Madrid's City Hall. — Frommer's
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This museum is as quirky as the woman it honors. — Frommer's
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Dedicated to the artistry of the printed word, this museum counts among its holdings approximately 400 books printed before the 15th century. — Fodor's
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This 27-acre (11-hectare) park, frequently confused with Luis Muñoz Marín Park (see above), is a green rectangle in the middle of Puerta de Tierra. — Frommer's
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On the point called La Puntilla, this low fortress is a former Spanish naval station, and the last place to house Spanish forces after the US victory in the Spanish-American War. — Lonely Planet
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