Puerto Rico

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Puerto Rico — Puerto Rico offers skyscrapers and surf, museums and nightclubs, rain forest and desert, all packed into a chunk of Caribbean territory just 111 miles by 36 miles. A UNESCO World Heritage Site and the oldest city in the U.S. and its territories, San Juan offers five centuries of Spanish-influenced history, a colorful arts scene, and vibrant dining and nightlife. Yet many cruise passengers give the city – the Caribbean’s busiest embarkation point – and the island itself only a cursory look before climbing aboard their floating hotel, destined to more escapist fantasies. Stick around and you’ll discover one of the region’s liveliest destinations.

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For superlative beaches, culture, history, art, food, and parties, not to mention easy connections to U.S. cities.

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“If you plan to utilize public transportation, look into purchasing an unlimited pass that is valid for the length of your stay.”

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