Paseo de la Princesa
San Juan, Puerto Rico
El Paseo de la Princesa is an historical promenade and one of the most visited attractions of Puerto Rico. It is located in Old San Juan, footsteps from the wharf where the cruises disembark. During your trip you will see sculptures, blossoming gardens, kiosks of Puerto Rican food and crafts, and the immense colonial walls that in the past protected Old San Juan from pirate invasions. You will be delighted with the beautiful view to the San Juan Bay, Isla de Cabra, Fort San Felipe del Morro and a former Spanish prison, which now is the office of the Tourism Company of Puerto Rico. Set next to the ocean, the Paseo is visited by many families, tourists and couples looking to enjoy the great atmosphere. There are a few parking lots nearby.
Near Places: El Capitolio, Isla de Cabra, La Ocho Beach, Escambrón Beach, Luis Muñoz Rivera Park, Pigeons Park, San Juan Bautista Square, Bahía Urbana Waterfront, Fort San Felipe del Morro, Fort San Cristóbal, Caribe Hilton Hotel, La Princesa Garden, Old San Juan Childrens Museum, Señor Paleta, Caficultura, Cataño Ferry, La Mallorquina Restaurant, Princesa Gastrobar Restaurant, Old San Juan Ciclovía, El Malecón de Cataño, La Princesa Outdoor Gym, Casa Cortes ChocoBar, Ladis Plac e Restaurant
Categories this place belongs: Hiking, Sightseeing, Old San Juan, Historic Places
How to arrive, click here or view on Google Maps 18.46361,-66.11565
- Dir: San Juan, PR
- El Viejo San Juan