La Intendencia is a striking, historic 19th century building that has been rebuilt and is now home to the Puerto Rico State ... More
La Intendencia is a striking, historic 19th century building that has been rebuilt and is now home to the Puerto Rico State Department. Tours are offered free of charge in English and Spanish. The building once housed part of the Spanish colonial government, which ran the island's affairs in the past centuries. La Intendencia faces the central Plaza de Armas in Old San Juan.
Between the 15th and 19th centuries, a series of defensive structures was built at this strategic point in the Caribbean
Sea to protect the city and the Bay of San Juan. They represent a fine display of European military ...
Located in the southern tip of Old San Juan, this stylish promenade hosted a former Spanish prison, which now houses
the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. It offers breathtaking views of the San Juan Bay and is bordered by a ...
Come admire current works by the Puerto Rican contemporary art community here. Browse the historic exhibition area where you'll view
old photographs and artifacts. The Museum showcases works of the top rated local artists that are available to the ...