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Old San Juan Travel Guide

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Best Hotels in Puerto Rico

Book your next stay at one of these hotels—they're the best in Puerto Rico.

Ask T+L: Donating Miles, African Safari Packing List, Old San Juan, Tuscan Wine Country

November 2006 READER'S FIND Reader's Find Paris When I was in Paris recently, I dined at the cozy bistro Chateaubriand [129 Ave. Parmentier; 33-1/43-57-45-95; dinner...

Exploring Puerto Rico's Cuisine

Puerto Rico’s cuisine may be the best way to discover the soul of this island.

World's Most Scenic Walks

Along a windswept shore, atop a medieval wall, across an iconic bridge: here are 10 treks with postcard-perfect views—no hiking boots required.

America's Dirtiest Cities

Litter, smog—even rats plague some of our nation’s cities. But Travel + Leisure readers also found plenty to rave about in these urban meccas.

America's Dirtiest Cities

Litter, smog—even rats plague some of our nation’s cities. But Travel + Leisure readers also found plenty to rave about in these urban meccas.

America's Best Burger Cities 2012

Travel + Leisure readers sank in their teeth to decide which American city does burgers best.

Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways

Can’t bear another staycation? T+L readers offered their two cents on which U.S. cities are the best values for travelers.

Golfing Puerto Rico

You don't even need a passport to play the Caribbean's golfiest island—Puerto Rico

A-List: World's Top Travel Agents 2011

Whether you’re looking to plan the trip of a lifetime, secure a great guide, or snag a hotel upgrade, booking with an expert beats the...
HOTELS

Hotel El Convento

Occupying a preserved 17th-century convent, Old San Juan's most glamorous boutique hotel is filled with Andalusian tiles, mahogany beams, and lavish antiques (like four-poster beds in all 58 guest... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Marmalade

Behind its traditional old-world façade, Marmalade is like a Technicolor fantasy: bright white spaces punctuated by hot pinks, aquamarines, and sunburst oranges; alcoves draped with diaphanous... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Nuyorican Café

Salsa is a national pastime in Puerto Rico; though it didn't originate on the island, it might as well have. For a sultry night of dancing, head to this tiny yet frenetic nightspot, tucked down an... more ›


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