San Juan is the capital city of Puerto Rico and it is the second oldest European-established city in the Americas. The Old San Juan district is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasting charming cobblestone streets, colorful colonial buildings, and historic forts.
Hacienda San Pedro
Visit Hacienda San Pedro in the mountain town of Jayuya and try their amazing coffee! This family-owned coffee plantation offers coffee beans with notes of chocolate and spices (yes, please!) and you can also take a tour to learn about coffee production.
Dreamcatcher by DW
San Juan’s only vegetarian boutique hotel is a place to stay if you are looking for a relaxing spot with beautiful and unique rooms & suites in addition to fresh and healthy vegan/vegetarian meals. Some suites even have an outdoor shower, private terrace and hammocks. Grab a yoga mat and enjoy yoga on the beach or under the stars - the beach is just a block away!
After eating all the delicious local foods and having a cocktail (or two, no judgement!), take a walk on a beach. San Juan offers some beautiful beaches, such as Condado Beach or Playa Ocean Park.
wayre it here like @moricetemua.
Mannibell’s wayre pick:
Seville Dress in Rose Water