Old Tower Fort in Puerto Rico.

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Puerto Rico

Scented by slow-roasted pork and sea breezes, colored by swashbuckling history, this sun-washed medley of Spanish and American influences is a fusion of Caribbean delights.


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Best Things to Do

Take a class, make a friend and forge a deeper connection with the people and culture of Puerto Rico.

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Things to Know

From small, farm-sourced restaurants to Afro-Puerto Rican cultural workshops, Puerto Rico is a sustainable tourism magnet.

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Puerto Rico is a large island without a whole lot of public transportation. So what is the best way to explore?

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Money and Costs

Puerto Rico is one of the top island escapes in the Caribbean, but it's not cheap. Here are some tips to make your money go further.

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Traveling with Kids

Families will have the most fun in Puerto Rico if they plunge into its beloved outdoor charms – playing on sandy beaches or exploring the island's wildlife.

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Best Road Trips

Explore the best of Puerto Rico on an incredibly scenic road trip.

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GUAYNABO, PUERTO RICO - FEBRUARY 4: El Rancho de Apa, Located in Guaynabo. Famous for slow roasting pigs on a spit, with a traditional Puerto Rico twirling technique.

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Food and Drink

Comida criolla, cocktails and coffee: Puerto Rico’s culinary delights

May 1, 2023 • 7 min read


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