Picturesque Old San Juan Walking Tour for Couples
Take a romantic stroll through the historic city of San Juan and immerse yourselves in its rich culture and history. Explore the beauty of Castillo San Cristobal, a fortification built in the 16th century to protect the city from attacks. Admire the grandiose Plaza Colon and walk hand in hand on Calle de la Fortaleza, a street lined with charming colonial buildings. Marvel at the historic beauty of the Plaza de Armas, home to several historic landmarks. Discover the iconic San Juan Gate and the city wall, which served as the city’s main defense system. Admire the stunning La Fortaleza, a palace that served as the governor’s residence for centuries. Visit the beautiful Cathedral of San Juan Bautista, a religious landmark that showcases the city’s rich heritage. Finally, take a glimpse of the impressive Cuartel de Ballajá and the majestic El Castillo San Felipe del Morro from outside, two of the city’s most iconic fortifications.
- Professional local tour guide
Route & Duration
Castillo San Cristóbal (Fort San Cristobal)
Castillo San Cristóbal is a formidable fortification built by Spanish conquistadors to protect San Juan from attack.
Plaza Colon (Columbus Square)
PlazaColón is a bustling public square in the heart of Old San Juan, named after the famous explorer Christopher Columbus. It is a popular gathering place for locals and tourists alike.
Calle de la Fortaleza (Fortaleza Street)
Calle de la Fortaleza is a charming street that runs through the heart of Old San Juan, lined with colorful colonial-style buildings and historical landmarks.
Plaza de Armas (Arms Square)
Plaza de Armas is a historic square in Old San Juan that served as a mustering ground for soldiers in the Spanish colonial era. Today, it is a popular gathering place surrounded by beautiful colonial-style buildings.
San Juan Gate and City Wall
The San Juan Gate and City Wall are historic fortifications that once protected the city from invaders. Today, they serve as a symbol of San Juan's rich history and a popular attraction for tourists.
La Fortaleza (The Fortress)
La Fortaleza is the oldest governor's mansion in continuous use in the Western Hemisphere, serving as the residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico since the 16th century.
Cathedral of San Juan Bautista
The Cathedral of San Juan Bautista is a beautiful church that dates back to the 16th century, featuring stunning colonial-style architecture and a rich history.
Cuartel de Ballajá
Cuartel de Ballajá is a former military barracks that now serves as a museum, showcasing the rich history of the Puerto Rican military.
El Castillo San Felipe del Morro (from outside)
El Castillo San Felipe del Morro is a historic fortification that dates back to the 16th century, offering stunning views of the surrounding waters and the city of San Juan.
In front of Castillo San Cristóbal (Fort San Cristobal)
(501 C. Norzagaray, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.