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    501 Calle Norzagaray

    With a history that dates back 500 years, this stone structure truly deserves its place of honor in the National Historic Register. The English and the Dutch attacked El Morro or Castillo San Felipe ...

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    Paseo de la Princesa

    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 ...

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    525 F.D. Roosevelt Avenue

    Plaza Las Americas is the largest mall in the Caribbean, and is located in the Hato Rey district. Anchor stores include JC Penney, Macy's and Sears. More than 300 ...

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    Norzagaray Street

    Located on the northeast corner of Old San Juan, Fort Cristobal is one of the largest fortresses ever built in the Americas. Construction commenced in 1634 and the fort ...

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    San Juan Bay

    The San Juan Bay is the busiest ocean port in the Caribbean bringing a good percentage of the region's trade and over one million visitors a year on cruise ships. The bayside ...

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    Calle Cristo

    Make it a point to stroll through the Cristo, and while you are at it, don't forget to bring your camera. The panoramic views are breathtaking, especially the intersection of Calle Cristo and Calle de San ...

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    Ashford Avenue

    On Ashford Avenue , Condado Beach affords its visitors white sand beaches and its beautiful Laguna ( Parque Laguna del Condado (Condado Lagoon) ). You will find this small beach near the Condado Beach Resort to ...

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    Calle de la Fortaleza

    La Fortaleza is the Governor's mansion. It is located in the western part of the city at the end of the street, facing the bay. The mansion was built as a fortress in 1540 and ...

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    150 Calle Cristo

    On Calle Cristo , this Old San Juan boutique is an excellent place to find the best Coach products. It's a factory outlet and has bargains, discontinued or slightly imperfect ...

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    Paseo de la Princesa

    Near the Paseo de la Princesa , families can take their kids to a fun place where they can interact with the local pigeons. Young children especially love this opportunity. The pigeons ...