Paseo de la Princesa
Capilla del Cristo
Over the centuries, tens of thousands of penitents have come to pray for miracles at the Capilla del Cristo, the tiny outdoor sanctuary...
Parque de las Palomas
On the southern end of Calle del Cristo, Parque de las Palomas is in a tree-shaded cobblestone courtyard on the top of the city wall, ...
Casa del Libro
Bibliophiles will be in awe of this tiny but worthwhile collection of more than 5000 manuscripts and texts that date back 2000 years....
Hidden in plain sight amidst the tourist masses, this little gem of a restaurant is lauded for its vegetarian and seafood fare. Take a...
Paseo de la Princesa information
Evoking a distinctly European feeling, the Paseo de la Princesa is a 19th-century esplanade just outside the city walls. Lined with antique streetlamps, trees, statues, benches, fruit vendors’ carts and street entertainers, this romantic walkway ends at the magnificent Raíces Fountain , a stunning sculpture and water feature that depicts the island’s eclectic Taíno, African and Spanish heritage.