Old San Juan City: Your walking tour guide will meet you at the pier and start your walking tour of Old San Juan, a city over 500 years old, teeming with history and culture. You'll stroll along tree lined Paseo la Princesa, and enjoy views of the San Juan Bay, La Fortaleza (the governor's mansion), and the San Juan Cathedral.
San Juan Gate: Plaza La Rogativa is the most scenic plaza in San Juan with 180-degree views of San Juan Bay, El Yunque rainforest, in the distance, and its historic walkways along the sea wall. The Procession sculpture represents the legend of a Catholic Bishop that led a procession of chanting women and children with torches and crosses in hand. This stopped an attack by the British Army on the old city in the 16th century proving “faith does move mountains.”
Cathedral of San Juan Bautista: Located in the heart of Old San Juan and built in 1521, this is the second oldest church building in the Americas. There, at Calle del Cristo, you will also be able to see the beautiful El Convento Hotel and learn the famous legend of the Chapel of Christ.
Plaza de Armas: Here, you will have time to have a refreshment and self-explore the city or choose to be escorted back to the ship.
What to Bring: Cash or credit/debit card for purchases. Sunscreen and sun hat is recommended.