Poised against the outside wall of the city is La Princesa which now houses an art gallery with welcome air-conditioning and frequently...
Paseo de la Princesa
Emanating a distinctly European flavor, the Paseo de la Princesa is a 19th-century esplanade situated just outside the city walls. Lined...
Casa de Ramón Power y Giralt
Once the residence of a political reformer and Puerto Rico’s first representative to the Spanish court, this restored 18th-century house...
Old Harbor Brewery
Yes beer fans, life does exist beyond Medalla. The only microbrewery on the island, Old Harbor concocts a handful of excellent...
Organic salads, artisan yogurts, wraps, granola, oatmeal and the don’t-leave-without-tasting-one smoothies are just a few of the healthy...
Lonely Planet review
On the point of land called La Puntilla is a low, gray fortress with a Romanesque proscenium entrance. This is El Arsenal, a former Spanish naval station that was the last place to house Spanish military forces after the US victory in the Spanish-American War. Today the arsenal is home to the fine- and decorative-arts divisions of the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, and hosts periodic exhibitions in three galleries.