This is San Juan Puerto Rico travel guide we explore the area known as Old San Juan as well as the new town. We start out at the hotel resort in Isla Verde beach then head down into the old town. We also make a stop at the famous home of the original Pina Colada and then go to Fortaleza. We also check out the original Spanish Fort that over looks the bay.
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Stateside Americans probably did not know that Puerto Rico is part of the United States and Puerto Ricans are natural born citizens. The island is beautiful and the government should somehow promote tourism.
So beautiful 😮 We have the similar fort here in the Philippines. I hope I can visit someday in PR
Saludos desde filipinas
Greetings from PH..
Who's the Dominican?!..Gm
Why is it super unsafe? What is going on to make it that way?
How do u spell relief, Puerto Rico
My son is vacay there now. The pics he sent me are GORGEOUS
“Check out La Perla” hahahah lol there’s a reason he can’t film there people…. Proceed with caution in La Perla
Is San Juan a good place to live? If my Puerto Rican people can please help me? And if yes were?
Beautiful San Juan, awesome video, thank you for sharing.
I am Domincan and I visited Puerto Rico for the first time, and got shocked how beautiful it is; specially the colonial site they have preserved it very well.
Don’t go to la perla stupid move.
Can’t wait to visit PR one day. It will be my first time. Looks so beautiful and breathtaking..
Stay in the US or tour in the US. Leave us alone.
Just came back from my vacation in PR. After talking to several locals i learnt that Barrachina was NOT in fact the place where Pinacolada was invented, neither is correct the year 1963 as stated on the marble plaque. The famous drink was invented 9 years earlier in Hotel Caribe Hilton by Ramon "Monchito" Marrero. There are even few articles on the internet about the great pinacolada war.
WAO!,,,, what an amazing place! Thank you for this. Blown away by this place.
thank you for do. yay yay!
It's San Juan. You saying it's actually 'St. John of the cross' is a bit obnoxious. Translated….yes. But not 'actually'. That's like saying Los Angeles is actually "the angels". Respect where you are.
me gusta que los carros no usan placas en la parte de adelante, una ciudad muy bonita me recuerda a Cartagena ojala se me de la oportunidad de irlos a visitar
Ok I have a question I love movies I also love movies from other countries. My question is does anyone have list of Puerto Rican film directors? I would like to know their work.
I miss my favorite ISLAND Puerto Rico where I born 70 years ago in SanLorenzo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I wish the U.S. would sell Puerto Rico to another country and let the island and the people become their problem! Being a commonwealth of the U.S. for the past 100 years have really not done anything to benefit America! Too bad we did not lose the Spanish-American war,then they would have been Spain s problem! Unfortunately they are the U.S. problem and we probably could not even give it away!
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looks like miami
I hope i can visit one day, greetings from Greece!
This reminds me of Assassins Creed Black Flag. When you are in both Havana and Nassau.
Playa verde means green beach
Get it right.
Esa isl es hermosa. No esperen nada de los políticos. Salgan ustedes mismo adelante. Sigan asi, esforzandose por su país. Olvidense de politicos . viva Puerto Rico
So want to visit here someday!
Soy boricua y soy blood bender alfonsito de carolina puerto rico
Que bonito esta!! Saludos desde Springdale Arkansas