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What to Do in Puerto Rico

Whether you're spending a weekend in Puerto Rico or a week, find a complete guide to things to do in Puerto Rico including attractions, restaurants, and events. Puerto Rico is a great place to explore, the possibilities are endless.

Puerto Rico offers an amazing variety of experiences. Tourist attractions to suit many tastes, from beautiful beaches to natural rain forests. But there is also a richness of history and culture to be found nowhere else. Puerto Rico is packed with enough unique attractions and fascinating sights to keep you occupied for weeks.

Ask yourself: "How much can I do today?", instead of: "What can I do today?", I assure you that with all the options Puerto Rico offers, you will be busy for weeks.


The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort
The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort

Where to Stay?

Puerto Rico offers a huge variety of accommodations that will appeal to a multiplicity of personalities and pocketbooks.


Where to Eat?

Regardless of your preference or budget, you will find a wide range of delightful places to dine and drink in Puerto Rico. In addition you will be able to locate dozens of different specialty kitchens representing a world of international cuisines. Buen provecho!



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Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico

The Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico upholds a rich artistic tradition spanning nearly 500 years, encompassing painting, sculpture, graphics, ceramics, folk art, photography, and various contemporary media. As a non-profit institution, the museum actively supports this dynamic tradition through the collection, exhibition, and interpretation of art.


Michelle M. Irrizarry

Michelle M. Irrizarry's gallery showcases original pieces in watercolor and oil, portraying an energetic, colorful, and vivid world. Her favorite themes include flowers and scenes from Puerto Rico and Europe. This gallery is truly captivating, awe-inspiring, and remarkable!


La Casa del Libro

La Casa del Libro, originally an 18th-century house, has been transformed into a book museum housing a rare collection of early manuscripts and books, with some dating back to the 15th century. Its collection boasts over 6000 volumes. The museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday, excluding holidays, from 11:00 am to 4:30 pm. For additional information, call (787) 723-0354.


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Known as La Isla Nena, it stands out as one of the remaining Caribbean islands reminiscent of a tranquil, lush, and uncrowded past. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty that surrounds you, with clear waters resembling a masterpiece painted by a skilled artist, showcasing harmonious shades of blue, turquoise, and light greens.

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Did You Know?

In 1509, Juan Garrido, a conquistador in Juan Ponce de León's entourage, became the first African to set foot on the island.