San Juan’s busy international airport is only 8 miles from Old San Juan. Plenty of ATMs are located around the entrances and there's a tourist information center near the baggage claim area in Terminal C. There also…
AMA Metrobus operates San Juan's public buses. The buses are clean and air-conditioned; however the system itself is not easy for visitors. Route maps and information are hard to find and few bus stops have any indi…
A useful, if painfully slow, free trolley service links more than two dozen sights in Old San Juan. The three routes are served by buses styled like open-air trolleys, allowing you to hop on and off at the 26 stops.…
Private aircraft, charter services and some flights serving the islands of Culebra and Vieques use San Juan’s Isla Grande Airport, on the Bahía de San Juan in the city’s Miramar district.
Rents a variety of well-maintained bikes, including mountain, road, hybrid and cruisers. All come with helmet, lock, and bar bag. Free delivery and pick-up in metro-San Juan too.
Provides overnight ferry service to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, from San Juan. Trips last between eight to 12 hours, depending on the weather. Private cabins available.
Connects Old San Juan to Cataño by ferry. Boats run every 15 to 30 minutes. The trip across the Bay of San Juan is typically calm and pretty, lasting less than 10 minutes.
Connects Bayamón with downtown San Juan as far as Sagrado Corazón on the southern side of Santurce. Modern trains run every eight to 16 minutes, serving 16 stations.
San Juan's main público terminal is located near the Río Piedras market. Service offered Monday through Saturday. Cash only.
Seaborne offers daily flights to destinations in the Caribbean, including the US Virgin Islands and the Dominican Republic.