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Things to do in Puerto Rico

  • García Beach

    Head to García Beach for a quiet escape with a palm tree–dotted island just a short swim away. More
  • Guánica Dry Forest

    Explore the 10,000 acres of the Guánica Dry Forest. The desert-like ecosystem harbors such curiosities as the crested toad, the purple land crab, a... More
  • Isla Verde Beach

    What to Expect: Not one but two deep, curved pale-pink-sand beaches, each a mile-and-a-half long, make up Isla Verde. Both have gentle waves and ar... More
  • Kama

    The motorcycle aesthetic inspired the black-and-red interiors of this trendy locale. A 1964 Triumph Thunderbird hangs above the bottles behind the ... More
  • La Fortaleza

    Puerto Rican governors have resided in this structure (originally a fort) since 1543, though it wasn't named the governor's official residence unti... More
  • Lisa Cappalli

    The daughter of famous Puerto Rican designer Mili Arango, Lisa Cappalli graduated from the prestigious Parsons School of Design. After living in Pa... More
  • Maritza's Car Rental

    Maritza’s Car Rental, located on Vieques Island in Puerto Rico, opened in 1995. The agency offers Jeep, Dodge, and Suzuki vehicles for flat daily r... More
  • Martineau Car Rental

    Located in Vieques across from the Martineau Bay Resort, Martineau Car Rental has a variety of cars for rent at reasonable prices. Available models... More
  • Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico

    Housed in a Neoclassical former hospital in San Juan's Santurce neighborhood, this 130,000-square-foot space became the Caribbean's most extensive ... More
  • Navío

    Navío is known as the island’s finest, and that means it is also the most packed; the path to the sand is lined with haphazardly parked Jeeps and s... More
  • Nono Maldonado

    Puerto Rico's preeminent designer sells his clean-lined, precisely cut women's and men's fashions at his namesake boutique on Ashford Avenue in Con... More
  • 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... More
  • Piñones kiosks

    Deep-fried heaven—if you find alcapurrias being made fresh. More
  • Ponce History Museum

    Housed inside two of the city’s historic homes, the Salazar and Zapater houses, as well as an adjacent lot, Ponce History Museum has exhibits on Pu... More
  • Puerto Rican Art & Crafts

    Take your pick of the best santos—wooden folk carvings of Catholic saints. More
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