Start your exploration with stop at one of the most popular landmark El Paseo de La Princesa, the most beloved promenade in Puerto Rico, dating back to 1853. Continue to 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 visit the south wing of the Capitol Building, perfect for a photo op. Will continue into the Old City and stop by Santa Maria Magdalena de Pazziz Cemetery and Fort San Felipe del Morro fortress, one of the island’s most iconic places. By entering the Condado District we will stop by La Ventana del Mar (window of the sea), a park across the ocean with shops and restaurants, on our way you will see the Condado Vanderbilt, one of the oldest hotels, opened in 1919. Next you will be able to admire beautiful architecture of Stella Maris Church built in 1965. Head to Alambique Beach at Isla Verde is one of the top urban beaches in the world. You will have exclusive access to the nearby boutique hotel with their beautiful rooftop restaurant & terrace to enjoy the amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean. Also, you will have souvenir shops and pharmacies walking distance from the beach At the beach, you’ll have an assigned area with beach chairs and umbrellas, and be served a complimentary rum punch. You will have about 2 hours to enjoy the beach to the fullest. Afterwards, you’ll head back to the pier. Along the way, take photos of the marvelous San Cristobal Fort — the oldest Spanish fort in the New World, built in 1539. You can then choose to go directly to the ship, or you can take advantage of the optional drop-off at Plaza Colón in Old San Juan. Tour will run in reverse for afternoon arrivals in port.