A gateway to the Caribbean, Puerto Rico is known for its world-class cuisine, the best golf in the region, sizzling nightlife, and top-notch shopping. A truly unique vacation destination.
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Local Tip When dining at La Parrilla Restaurant always ask your server about the soup of the day which is freshly prepared and delicious.
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Tucked away in the southwestern region of Puerto Rico, a little over two hours from San Juan, lies the unpretentious beach town of Guanica. Quite...more »
With the summer season heating up, we were reminded of the scores of couples who choose our island for their destination weddings. For this reason, we drafted a Puerto Rico wedding guide: a...more »
Craving a city break by the sea, and a change from San Juan? Ponce, located in the Porta Caribe (South Region) of Puerto Rico is the answer. From...more »
Celebrate Christmas 2014 with a Traditional Christmas Dance at the El San Juan Hotel & Casino in Isla Verde, Puerto Rico. This event in Puerto Rico will also celebrate Don Quique Lucca the patriarch of the famed Salsa Band "La Sonora Ponceña. Don Quique celebrated his 102nd birthday in 2014 and is still going strong. Musical artist: Papo... more »
The Paseo de las Artes in the Porta Antillas (East Region) city of Caguas, Puerto Rico comes alive every last Friday of the month with a great musical and culinary event. Come prepared to dance or just relax and enjoy the good music and fantastic food provided by some of the areas best chefs. Admission is free, coolers are not... more »
A local organic farmers market located at the courtyard of the San Juan Museum in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Mercado Agrícola Natural was formed by friends with a passion for introducing healthy and environmentally sustainable products produced by organic farmers and small entrepreneurs. The market is open every Saturday morning from 8:00 AM... more »
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