Now it is easier to enjoy San Juan with an accessible and guided tour of the New and Old City. We will first stop at Paseo de los Presidentes (President’s Ward), where you’ll learn more about the U.S. Presidents that visited the island during their respective terms. Snap a picture of the statues and just across the street is the south wing of the Capitol Building, perfect for a photo op. Continue into the Old City and see Santa Maria Magdalena de Pazziz Cementery and San Felipe del Morro fortress, one of the island's most famous landmarks. Visit Paseo La Princesa, a 19th-century esplanade just outside the city walls. Then, we’re headed for what is known as New San Juan where you will get to enjoy a ride through the Isla Verde strip, a most popular beach vacation destination in the metro area, luring both leisure and business travelers and voted as best city and urban beach in the US, where you will also see few of the most luxurious and elegant hotels in the island. Keep enjoying the Condado District and stop at La Ventana del Mar, a plaza next to the beach with beautiful views of the north shore, one of PR fashionable places in San Juan, with sophisticated bistros and restaurants around, draw lively crowds at night that also visit the high end hotels and casinos. See Stella Maris Church built in 1965 and In route back to the pier, you will also have the chance to take photos of the marvelous San Cristobal Fort, the oldest Spanish fort in the New World built in 1539 and recently designated as a National Historic Site by the United Nations.