San Juan, Puerto Rico travel tips

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Flavors of San Juan Food and Culture Tours allow you to sample tasty cuisine from some of the best places away from the tourist areas.

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Museo de arte is a high end art gallery and is the most significant in the country.

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To avoid being mugged, do not walk alone on the streets at night.

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Avoid the beaches at night as the crime rate is very high.

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Be cautious when riding your bicycle as the streets are often crowded and some are not paved.

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For a luxurious stay and a view of the Atlantic, your number one choice The Gallery Inn. It has a museum and art gallery as well.

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For an affordable stay book a stay at Alasol hotel.

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For live music and good food visit Parrot Club is ideal. Sunday brunches are great there too.

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Al Dente is the oldest restaurant and still one of the best in Puerto Rico.

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If you want to go jogging or get involved in a sporting activity, central Park is the perfect spot.

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While Spanish is the main language, they communicate well in English too.

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The buses are very affordable but you'll need to stock up on coins as they only accept those. unpredictable arrival times however.

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It is not easy to see the faded road markings so try your best to stay in your lane.

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It is easy to get around by cars and the signs, though in Spanish are similar to those in America.

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It is very rainy during April through November with several thunderstorms.

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