Visite la isla caribeña de Puerto Rico, y explore su capital, San Juan, en este recorrido de 2,5 horas. Dé un paseo por las calles adoquinadas, y vea los brillantes colores que salpican la zona. Encuentre lugares de interés famosos como la Catedral de San Juan Bautista, la Casa Blanca, y la iglesia de San José. Hágase una idea de cómo se vivía durante la época colonial española mientras camina a través de la Puerta de San Juan, uno de las pocas puertas que quedan en una de las ciudades más antiguas del mundo.
Paseo a pie de 2,5 horas por San Juan, Puerto Rico
Admira la arquitectura de la catedral de San Juan Bautista, que abrió sus puertas en 1540
Vea la Iglesia de San José, una de las obras de arquitectura más famosas de toda la isla.
Pasa por la entrada roja y blanca conocida como Puerta de San Juan, la única puerta que queda del área colonial española
Pase el cuartel de Ballaja, Casa Blanca, Plaza del Quinto Centenario y el Museo de las Américas.
La aventura comenzará con la recogida en su hotel en Río Grande o el área metropolitana, o bien puede desplazarse por sus propios medios hasta el punto de partida en el corazón del Viejo San Juan. La excursión comienza a las 10.00 h, y pasará aproximadamente 2,5 horas caminando por San Juan. La ciudad fue fundada en 1521 d.C., por lo que hay un montón de historia por descubrir. Viaje desde el Paseo de la Princesa hasta La Fortaleza, visitando lugares de interés y escuchando las historias de su guía. Pase por el cuartel de Ballajá, el cuartel militar construido en 1864 para las tropas españolas y sus familias, y admire lugares conocidos como la Catedral de San Juan Bautista, el hotel El Convento, Iglesia de San José, y el Castillo de San Felipe del Morro. Camine a través de la Puerta de San Juan, construida en 1635 para vigilar la entrada a la ciudad, es la única de las seis creada que aún se mantiene en la ciudad. Vea otros lugares de interés, como la Casa Blanca, la Plaza del Quinto Centenario, y el museo Felisa Rincón de Gautier antes de finalizar la visita; le dejarán de vuelta en el hotel en el que le recogieron.
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Opiniones del viajero en Viator
, jun 2018
Great tour with Norma!!!! She was very knowledgeable and a pleasure to spend the day with. Norma also gave us some great suggestions on places to shop and eat in San Juan. My husband and I noticed how accommodating she was to the other people in the group that had special requests. Thanks for the great history lesson
This was the highlight of our vacation. Jaime is more than just a tour guide, his generous hospitality and love of Old San Juan made our visit unforgettable. His stories and intimate knowledge of this amazing historical city transported us in time and brought it all to life.
I would recommend it for anyone who is mobile enough to walk. 3 hours was long enough and the weather was quite warm, so when it was over we were tired. We ended the tour with a amazing lunch at the Hotel El Convento. Jaime was delightful and very knowledgeable, this tour was definitely worth doing. Thank you Jaime for a wonderful time. It was great meeting you and seeing your city through your eyes.
I found this tour to be very disappointing. Leo is a friendly gentlemen, but nearly everything that could go wrong, did. I received a call the night before our tour that it had been pushed back to 10:45am originally 10am, which was no big deal. The woman who called me couldn't give me any information about how to find Leo when we arrived at the meeting spot. Any descriptor would have been helpful i.e, wearing a red hat, etc. Instead, we wandered around asking anyone in the vicinity if their name was Leo.
Once the tour started, we were frustrated that they tried to group Spanish and English speaking people together. Leo was fluent in both languages, but it seemed like he was providing much more detail in Spanish than in English. Also, when we would ask questions, he appeared to make up answers which were easily checked as wrong with a quick Google search on our phones. Finally, we spent about 80 of the tour walking around the wall that surrounds the city. I would have much preferred that we spent on our time on the more interesting things to do.
I've been on 15-20 walking tours all over the world, and this was the only one I felt compelled to review negatively. If you're able to find a different tour, I would recommend it. There's just so much of this beautiful city to experience!
The tour was great and Leo was a wonderful guide. He took time to answer all questions and gave great explanations regarding the history of Puerto Rico and the current government issues. After the tour we asked for a referral to a restaurant with local food and he personally escorted us to one and it was as good as promised. Walking through Old San Juan involves going up and down many hills so it isn't for people with physical issues.
The one negative factor was that I received a phone call at 7:30 on the morning of the tour telling me that the guide would meet us at 9:00. I reminded the caller that our tour was scheduled for 10:00 and we were staying in the town of Dorado, which is an hour drive to San Juan. There was absolutely no way we could make it by 9. She said she would look into it and call back. She did call about 15 minutes later saying the guide would meet us around 9:30. I held my ground, saying we would do our best but no promise. I believe it was unreasonable to reschedule us at the last moment - the company should provide a 24 hour notice of any change.