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San Juan

San Juan, Puerto Rico

General Information

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The Teatro Tapia (Tapia Theater) was built in 1832 (financed by subscriptions and by taxes on bread and imported liquor) and remodeled in 1949 and 1987 is one of the oldest theaters in the Western Hemisphere, was named for Alejandro Tapia y Rivera, the famous Puerto Rican playwright.
Centro de Bellas Artes (Fine Arts Center) opened its doors in 1981. The modern facilities offer concerts, plays, and opera. It is the largest fine arts center in the Caribbean, located on Ponce de León Avenue, Santurce.


The Museum of Art of Puerto Rico (Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, abbreviated as MAPR) is one of the most prestigious art museums in Puerto Rico. It is one of the biggest museums in the Caribbean and a local house for collections from the 17th century. The Puerto Rico Museum of Contemporary Art, often abbreviated to MAC, is a contemporary art museum in Santurce.
And more: the Pablo Casals Museum, the Casa Blanca (White House) was built in 1521 and lived in by Ponce de León descendants for over 250 years and the Museo de Doña Fela (Felisa Rincón de Gautier Museum).


Besides all choices of watersports, Puerto Rico is a golfer’s paradise. Stunning mountain ranges, endless ocean views and colossal cliffs go hand‑in‑hand with the 23 courses designed by golf legends like Robert Trent Jones and Greg Norman.


Plaza Las Américas is a shopping mall in Hato Rey, the largest shopping mall in the Caribbean and the second largest in Latin America.

Gastronomy and Nightlife

Many restaurants offer sea food and a unique blend of Caribbean or Continental ambiance. The quality of the food is second to none. Puerto Rico's nightlife is vibrant. Enjoy the national drink, rum (the two chief brands of rum are the internationally known Bacardi and the locally beloved Don Q Rum) and a roaring bar and nightclub scene.