Old City Walks
Old City Walks
The city was founded in 1521, so there's a lot of history to uncover. Travel from Paseo de la Princesa all the way to La Fortaleza, seeing sights and hearing stories from your guide.
Walk through the Puerta De San Juan, built in 1635 as a guarded entrance to the city, the only one out of the six created that still remains in the city. See other sites such as Ballaja Barracks, the military barracks built in 1864 for the Spanish troops and their families, and admire well-known places such as the Cathedral of San Juan Bautista, El Convento Hotel, San Jose Church, Castillo San Felipe del Morro, La Casa Blanca, Plaza del Quinto Centenario, and monument La Rogativa.
$65.00 per person + tax
Minimum two (5) persons
Maximum twelve (12) persons
Professional bilingual tour guide
Hotel transportation available cost $15.00 per person
Tour is not wheelchair accessible
4-hours walking tour through San Juan, Puerto Rico
Admire the architecture of Cathedral of San Juan Bautista, which opened in 1540
See San Jose Church, one of the most famous works of architecture on the whole in the world.
Stop by the red-and-white entryway known as Puerta De San Juan, the only gate remaining from the Spanish colonial area
Walk throught Ballaja Barracks, Casa Blanca, Plaza del Quinto Centenario, and the Museo de Las Americas
Hotel pickup and drop-off included
Departure Point from Paseo de Princesa Raices Fountain.
Departure Time 3:00pm
Returns to original departure point 7:00pm