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Forest
“The rainforest it was placed number 21 a few years ago when they were renaming the new wonders of the world. You will be able to experience hikes like no where else in the world and enjoy the stunning waterfalls. The water is extremely cold and has been cold for more than 125 years!”
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Sublocality Level 1
“Old San Juan, the old Spanish town, takes you back in time. You have to visit the Forts and walk around its streets. Spend the whole day walking around :)”
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Art Museum
“The Museum of Art of Puerto Rico (MAPR), cultural heritage of the Puerto Rican people, opened its doors in 2000 with the mission of enriching the lives of its diverse audiences by making accessible to all, knowledge, appreciation and enjoyment of the visual arts of Puerto Rico and the World. Since then, MAPR has received over 2 million visitors and has presented over one hundred exhibitions of local and international artists, multiple and varied workshops, courses, seminars, research and education programs, concerts, lectures and symposia that have impacted audiences of all ages and have positively marked the lives of students, teachers, families and community members. MAPR offers artistic and educational programs that enrich the lives of diverse audiences, both local and international, and also serves populations with particular needs for whom the Museum maintains a specially designed program. The Museum serves children, youth, adults and other members of our community through tailored experiences that allow them to learn about and enjoy the various manifestations of art. Each year, the Museum presents new projects that expand the scope of its mission and attract more and more visitors, while writing new chapters in the history of art in Puerto Rico. The Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico has a collection of more than 1,300 works of art in different media and formats, from artists of all generations. The MAPR is an affiliated institution of the Smithsonian Institution and accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). ”
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Shopping Mall
“I’t a beautiful mall with nice stores and places to eat. Stores include Nordstrom, Louis Vuitton, Kate Spade, Zara, Banana Republic and others. ”
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Plaza
“Outdoor plaza with daytime farmer's market & food vendors & a restaurant/music scene at night.”
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Buurt
“Start your day early in the morning at Castillo San Felipe del Morro and then walk around the old town for shops, restaurants, history, arts, culture, and much more!”
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Kasteel
“Beautiful fort with so much history. Lovely green lawn you can have a picnic at or fly a kite. Then stroll the streets of Old San Juan!”
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Café
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“A local favorite! Grab a coffee & quesito or have lunch or dinner at this local bakery / diner. ”
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Travel Agency
“The anvil is well known for its natural beauty, great vegetation, rivers and waterfalls at another level. I love this place I recommend it. ”
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Cocktailbar
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“Mixology Bar featured on "World's 50 Best Bars" list. Also, the video of "Despacito" was recorded here.”
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Housing Development
“Lying on the northwestern-most point of the islet of Old San Juan, Castillo San Felipe del Morro is named in honor of King Philip II of Spain. The fortification, also referred to as el Morro or 'the promontory,' was designed to guard the entrance to the San Juan Bay, and defend the Spanish colonial port city of San Juan from seaborne enemies.[4] In 1983, the citadel was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations in conjunction with the San Juan National Historic Site. Over two million visitors a year explore the castillo, making it one of Puerto Rico's leading tourist attractions. Facing the structure, on the opposite side of the bay, a smaller fortification known as El Cañuelo complemented the castillo's defense of the entrance to the bay.[3][4] ”
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Beach
“This is the most popular beach in Aguadilla. With a wide range of activities to do like swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, and -during the winter- surfing, Crash Boat is a playground for everyone. A few feet away is El Natural, a famous diving spot with a huge reef full of marine activity. ”
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Theme Park
“Get to try the biggest zip-line on the americas with a 2.5km cable (The Monster) and the world's longest single run zip-line (The Beast) with a length of 4.745 feet (1.446 km).”
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Visrestaurant
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“This local favorite serves traditional criollo plates like a whole chillo frito (fried snapper) and delicious conch salad with pana tostones. Delic!”
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Pizzatent
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“Really good rustic-artisanal pizza especially for those who like thin crust pizza. All made on artisanal oven with fresh ingredients. Curiously, this place also have one of the best Mexican tacos in the city. This is definitely a nice stop on your way back home after a day on the beach. Good drinks, not super pricey, and friendly staff!”
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Science Museum
“The observatory of Arecibo it is the perfect spot for the scientist and for the movie experts. As important films have been filmed in this majestic place such as Golden Eye, Contact, etc.”
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Toprestaurants

Visrestaurant
“This local favorite serves traditional criollo plates like a whole chillo frito (fried snapper) and delicious conch salad with pana tostones. Delic!”
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Pizzatent
“Really good rustic-artisanal pizza especially for those who like thin crust pizza. All made on artisanal oven with fresh ingredients. Curiously, this place also have one of the best Mexican tacos in the city. This is definitely a nice stop on your way back home after a day on the beach. Good drinks, not super pricey, and friendly staff!”
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Food Truck
“Lote 23 is a gastronomic park located in the heart of Santurce that highlights the culinary and cultural offer of Puerto Rico. Lote 23, has become the entertainment center of the capital city. Market 23 Events: Every two Saturdays, Lote 23 organizes a market to support local designers and artists. Santurce Yogi Every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. Lote 23 has a free yoga class. One of my favorite dishes in the capital of San Juan is a traditional Puerto Rican bowl called fiambrera. Its name translates to “everything mixed into a big plate.” It can contain meat, chicken, corned beef, ropa vieja, carne asada, chicharron, vegetables, or cod fish. The toppings are typically served on top of rice, beans, and tostones. One of the top Puerto Rican foods you must eat, fiambrera can be found at Alcapurria Quema at the Lote 23 food truck center. This outstanding dish was once considered working-class food and is a total flavor explosion in your mouth. It’s very filling and boasts lots of contrasting textures that keep your palate guessing with each bite!”
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Arepa Restaurant
“food and party!! great restaurants and music and drinks!! very friendly and entertaining scene.”
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Tapas Restaurant
“In our beach vicinity. Great food and perfect place to dine and watch sunsets. ”
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Boerenmarkt
“Historic market and the surrounding area with a lot of restaurants and bars. It is always busy and becomes very crowded on weekend nights.”
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Mexicaans restaurant
“A sign at the front announces what you won’t find here: lettuce, melted cheese, hard taco shells, burritos, or anything close to Tex-Mex. The specialties are made-to-order tacos prepared with soft corn tortillas, made fresh daily. The all-stars are the tacos al pastor, sliced al momento from the doner-style spit in the main dining room. Get there early, though, because they tend to run out quickly. (Pork belly, cochinita pibil, tongue, and barbacoa all come a close second if the al pastor runs out.) Pair your taco with an agua fresca, horchata, michelada, or margarita. Save some room for a slice of the fantastic Key lime pie.”
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Bar
“Great food and atmosphere. Outdoor seating. Outdoor games for kids or while you wait.”
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